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    The Beatles recorded Yellow Submarine in one take at Bobby Foursquare’s Clawhammer Studios in Uptown Janesville, when they accidentally toured Wisconsin in 1966. Ringo was sick during the second chorus: if you listen carefully you can hear it splashing over his high hat.

    The Beatles recorded Yellow Submarine in one take at Bobby Foursquare’s Clawhammer Studios in Uptown Janesville, when they accidentally toured Wisconsin in 1966. Ringo was sick during the second chorus: if you listen carefully you can hear it splashing over his high hat.

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    2 12.26.10
    Here’s Janesville one-hit-wonders, Billy and the Leaflet Distributors, who never recaptured the success of their first record, “Love Don’t Know No Ps and Qs”
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The Rolling Stones
1966

    Here’s Janesville one-hit-wonders, Billy and the Leaflet Distributors, who never recaptured the success of their first record, “Love Don’t Know No Ps and Qs”

    20thcenturypix:

    The Rolling Stones

    1966

    Another Wisconsin fave, this is The Sugar Puff Guys, with “Sugar-Puff Fanny-Bum”

    takeadtour:

    this song came up randomly in my head today..

    1 11.06.10
    Janesville Annual Talent Knockout, 1964: local girl Marcella Zeppelin scored 4/5 for the wig, but only 1/5 for the limbo.
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    Janesville Annual Talent Knockout, 1964: local girl Marcella Zeppelin scored 4/5 for the wig, but only 1/5 for the limbo.

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    Thank you so much to my grandson for fixing this record.

    The broken version was atrocious. 

    totallynotkelsey:

    Song of the Day

    The Marvelettes - “Please Mr. Postman”

    13 11.04.10
    Iconic “Red Mouth” design by Wisconsin artist and beautician Sally-Marianna Lynch.
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    Iconic “Red Mouth” design by Wisconsin artist and beautician Sally-Marianna Lynch.

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