This Day in Music History — November 11

1961 : Joan Baez plays her first major headlining concert, opening at New York’s Town Hall in a sold-out, critically acclaimed show.

1965 : Journalist Al Aronowitz gets the garage band The Velvet Underground their first gig — at the Summit High School dance in Summit, NJ.

1969 : Jim Morrison of The Doors is arrested by the FBI for drunk and disorderly behavior and interfering with the flight of an aircraft in Phoenix, AZ, after a flight attendant on his trip from Los Angeles accuses him of attacking and sexually harassing her. He was flying to a Rolling Stones concert. Morrison and his flight companion, American actor Tom Baker, spend the night in local jail but are released the next day on $2,500 bail. The charges are later dropped.

1994 : Billy Vera, Micky Dolenz of The Monkees and Rick Neilsen of Cheap Trick all appear on the TV show Boy Meets World in the episode “Band on the Run.”

1994 : Christie’s auction house in New York City holds their first-ever auction of rock memorabilia, including The Beach Boys’ guitars, a stage outfit worn by Jimi Hendrix, and John Lennon’s famous Army fatigues.

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1969 Live Version of Velvet Underground’s “I’m Waiting for the Man” Unearthed

1969 Live Version of Velvet Underground's “I’m Waiting for the Man” Unearthedfrom Pitchfork

From the 45th anniversary “super deluxe” edition of the Velvet Underground’s 1969 self-titled album

By Jenn Pelly on November 5, 2014 at 12:08 p.m. EST

On November 24, a 45th anniversary “super deluxe” edition of the Velvet Underground‘s 1969 self-titled album will be released. It included 65 tracks across six CDs with a case-bound book.

The fifth and sixth discs include previously unreleased mixes of a performance at San Francisco club the Matrix on November 26 and 27, 1969. Along with a 37-minute version of “Sister Ray”, the set includes this version of the VU classic “I’m Waiting for the Man”, off The Velvet Underground & Nico. Listen below via Stereogum.

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