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♫Today in Music History-September 19, 1941♫

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Born on this day, Cass Elliott, singer, Mamas and the Papas, who scored the 1966 US No.1 & UK No.3 single 'Monday Monday'. After the breakup of The Mamas & the Papas, Elliot embarked on a solo career and had the 1968 hit 'Dream a Little Dream of Me' from her solo album of the same name. Elliott died from a heart attack on 29th July 1974 while staying at Harry Nilsson's London flat in the UK.


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My best friend's first name was the same as his. He died in the 80's from his depression.


I do have my standards to maintain!! :))


Good on you, Joe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Sorry John, I draw the line at expanding my musical knowledge to include JB!!! :))


Good guess Ellen... but remember I said he was a Canadian... so maybe Dudley Do-Right of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police?

Joe, that quetion was too easy for you. I'd have to think of something a bit more challenging for you... like why does Justin Bieber have a tattoo of a duck pooping on a saltine cracker in the middle of his chest...


How'd you know Ellen????


Donald Duck?


you are absolutely correct Bob. When John Phillips formed The NEW Mamas and Papas, Elaine McFarlane replaced Cass Elliot and John Phillips daughter McKenzie Phillips replaced Michelle Phillips. I don't believe they had any "hits", but they toured extensively. John Phillips managed to stay off heroin, but remained addicted to alcohol, cocaine, and pills, as did his daughter, McKenzie Phillips. This affected the group's performance, and they were occasionally booed off stage. John Phillips was talented, but he was a piece of.... work


His initials are DD!!


Can I answer?? Please?? OOH OOH I know!!!! Call on me!!!!!!!


OK boys and girls, put your books and crack pipes under your desk... it's time for a Papa Quiz (a derivitive of a "pop" quiz). When asked who were the members of The Mamas and Papas, the first guess is usually Cass Elliot. The second and third names mentioned is usually John Phillips and/or Michele Phillips. But who is the forgotten Papa? Who was that overlooked Canadian guy that sang lead on many of the Mamas and Papas hits?

do do do do, do do do, do do do do, Doot, do do do do do...

OK, times up! Lets see a show of hands of everyone that knows the answer...

(This comment brought to you by Joe's School of Music Trivia. If you want to know more useless music facts, send us your best jibberish explaining why you believe the moon is flat along with a blank check payable to

PS - If any of you think Justin Bieber is the answer to the above question, you have earned yourself one free night's lodging at The Bates Motel... and Norman has a surprise for you....


OOPS!! My bad! :))


Joe, I believe she was born in 1941. Hope this is one of your 'good days'. :-D


Yep it's girl's day at Joe's Place today!! :))


Incredible talent!!


Joe, you probably know this but some don't. When Cass Elliott passed on, the rest of the group decided to ask Elaine McFarlane to fill in for her so the group could stay together. You know Elaine. Spanky of Spanky and Our Gang that John and I were just talking about on another puzzle. Very similar sound and tons of talent. Thanks for this one!!

BTW, all girls today and three of them could easily be sisters!


Great harmonic voice!!!


Enjoyed her music, both as a Mama and her solo career. ;-)


Such a marvelous talent - what a voice!
TFP, honoring Cass Elliott, Joe. :-))