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February 12, 1939: Remembering the late Ray Manzarek, keyboardist with The Doors on what would have been his 80th Birthday. The Doors – When The Music’s Over (LIVE IN EUROPE 1968) the doors jim morrison when musics over live in europe 1968 Article reposted from

February 12, 1961: Having gone to #1 on the Billboard R&B chart and #2 on the Hot 100 Pop chart, “Shop Around” by The Miracles becomes Motown Record’s first million-selling single. Smokey Robinson & The Miracles 1960 /Shop Around/スモーキー・ロビンソン ミラクルズは1965年にスモーキー・ロビンソン&ザ・ミラクルズとグループ名を変更、同年のヒット曲「ゴーイング・トゥ・ア・ゴー・ゴー」は後にローリング・ストーンズにカヴァーされた。1967年発表の「ティアーズ・オブ… Article reposted from

February 12, 1981: Rush released their eighth album, “Moving Pictures”. It would go on to become their most commercially successful album in the US. It peaked at #3 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart the following month and sold over four million copies in the US alone. Rush – Limelight (Official Music Video) Watch the […]

February 12, 19966: The Who peaked at #74 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart with “My Generation”; this was their second single to chart in the US. The song reached #2″on the UK Singles Chart the previous November. The Who – My Generation 1967 The Who – My Generation 1967 People try to put […]

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Febrruary 1, 1954: Backed by his Jazz ensemble, Big Joe Turner recorded the original version of "Shake, Rattle and Roll" in New York City for Atlantic Records. Released in April 1954, it reached #1 on the Billboard R&B chart and peaked at #22, nearly at the same time, on the Billboard Pop chart. Some of […]

February 1, 1988: After 12 years, six albums and thirteen Top 40 singles, The Cars announced via a press release that they were splitting up. The Cars – Dangerous Type The Cars – Dangerous Type Article reposted from

February 1, 1950: Happy Birthday to guitarist Mike Campbell of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers! Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers – American Girl The return of the vid from The Old Grey Whistle Test! Article reposted from

February 1, 1969: Tommy James and The Shondells started a two week run at #1 on the US singles chart with “Crimson And Clover.” This would be the group’s second and last single to top the US charts. Tommy James and the Shondells – Crimson and Clover (Ed Sullivan, 1969) Article reposted from

February 1, 1967: Recording at Abbey Road studios in London, The Beatles started work on a new song called "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band". Having already finished "Penny Lane" and "Strawberry Fields Forever" (which were chosen to be the group's next single) this was the first proper session for the album that would become […]

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