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The Day The Music Died

American Pie notwithstanding, for me it was a different day when the music died; and it has returned to life

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I remember Don McLean’s American Pie. It came out in 1971. Even all these years later I can still watch McLean on YouTube and get quite choked up on this song — and then there’s Vincent’s Song, which is another level of choked up.




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