This Week in Music History
March 2, 1900: Composer Kurt Weill was born.
March 6, 1959: "There Goes My Baby" was recorded by The Drifters.
March 7, 1966: Brian Wilson releases his first solo single, "Caroline, No". Two months later, the "Pet Sounds" album would appear with "Caroline, No" on it.
March 8, 1979: Reports indicated at this time that inflation had ballooned the cost of making and promoting a major label LP to between $350,000 and $500,000.
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