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This Day in Music History

On this Day November 18, 2003

American composer and orchestral arranger Michael Kamen died of a heart attack in London aged 55. Worked with Pink Floyd, Roger Daltrey, Aerosmith, Tom Petty, Eurythmics, Queensryche, Rush, Metallica, Herbie Hancock, The Cranberries, Bryan Adams, Jim Croce, Sting, and Kate Bush. Kamen co-wrote the Bryan Adams’ ballad (Everything I Do), I Do It for You.Continue Reading

On this Day November 18, 2005

A Belgian songwriter won a plagiarism case against over her 1998 hit single Frozen. Salvatore Acquaviva claimed that the song copied one of his recordings, the judge agreed that Madonna’s single used four bars of his song Ma Vie Fout L’camp, which roughly translates as My Life’s Getting Nowhere.Continue Reading

On this Day November 18, 2007

US celebrity publicist Paul Wasserman, died aged 73 of respiratory failure. His clients included Neil Diamond, Tom Petty and James Taylor. His career ended in 2000, when he was jailed for six months for swindling some of his friends by falsely claiming to be selling shares in investment schemes that he said were backed by…Continue Reading