OTD 4 May Co-incidentally, today is all about soundtracks: https://www.tdpri.com/threads/best-film-soundtrack-of-all-time-the-winner-is-clearly.1070629/ 1937 - Dick Dale is born Richard Anthony Monsour in Boston, MA. This particular piece was used in the 'Pulp Fiction' soundtrack. 1959 - The very first Grammy Awards are held in Los Angeles, with Album of the Year going to 'The Music From 'Peter Gunn' (soundtrack to the TV series 'Peter Gunn') by Henry Mancini winning Album of the Year. The 'Peter Gunn Theme' (below) was later used in the movie 'The Blues Brothers'. 1974 - The Sting soundtrack, featuring Marvin Hamlisch's adaptations of Scott Joplin's ragtime piano tunes, hits #1 in America, where it stays for five weeks. 1991 - Cher gets her first solo UK #1 with 'The Shoop Shoop Song' from the film 'Mermaids'. The song had been a hit for Betty Everett on 1964, and gave Cher her first No.1 in the UK since 1965's 'I Got You Babe'.