Mozart and Monet die, the 21st Amendment repealing prohibition is ratified, the Montgomery Bus Boycott begins, and O.J. Simpson heads to prison, all on this day.
1973: Paul McCartney's band, Wings, releases their third album, "Band on the Run," in the United States. The album, which would become the band's most successful record, was released two days later in the United Kingdom.
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