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On July 15, 1966, The Yardbirds released their 3rd studio LP. It was know by different names. In the UK, the title was officially “Yardbirds”, but is better known as “Roger the Engineer”. In the U.S, France and Germany, it was called “Over, Under, Sideways Down”. The UK album had a drawing by Chris Dreja […]

The Beatles released their LP “Yesterday and Today” on June 15, 1966. (Some sources say the 14th, others say the 20th). The album featured a cover by photographer Robert Whitaker where the group, dressed in butcher smocks, is surrounded by decapitated baby dolls and raw meat. There were some people who weren’t very happy about […]

47 years ago today, on May 15, 1971, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s 3rd album, “4 Way Street” became the #1 album in the country. It would only stay there for one week. The LP was the 3rd LP by Crosby, Stills & Nash, the second by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and their 1st […]

The Steve Miller Band released their ninth LP “Fly Like an Eagle” on May 15, 1976. The album was by Capitol Records in North America and Mercury Records in Europe. The album was a success, spawning three singles: the title track, “Take the Money and Run” and “Rock’n Me”, and eventually receiving quadruple platinum certification […]

On April 15, 1964, The Beatles were filming their first movie, which at the time was titled “Beatlemania!” After a long day of filming, Ringo Starr said to the others that it’s been “a hard day’s night.” We would have loved to have seen the look on John Lennon’s face when he heard Ringo say […]

Kiss released their 4th studio, and 5th overall album “Destroyer” on March 15, 1976 in the US. It was the third successive Kiss album to reach the top 40 in the US. The album marked a departure from the raw sound of the band’s first three albums. Bob Ezrin, who had previously worked with Alice […]

Linda Ronstadt had a very good day on Feb. 15, 1975. When the Billboard Charts came out the day, Linda had the #1 single in the country with “You’re No Good. She also had the #1 album in the counrty (US) with “Heart Like A Wheel”. The single and the LP only stayed at #1 […]

John Fogerty released his third solo LP titled “Centerfield” on Jan. 15, 1985. The record included the hit singles “The Old Man Down the Road”, “Rock and Roll Girls” and the title track “Centerfield”. It was John’s first album in nine years. After Asylum Records rejected his “Hoodoo” album, he decided to take a long […]

On Jan. 15, 1970, one of the best ways to spell Rock and Roll was to use two letters and a number. MC5 It was on this day that they released their first studio album “Back In The USA”. (Their first LP “Kick Out The Jams” was a live album) It was/is pure unadulterated balls […]

Today we are remembering the late Maurice Gibb who passed away 15 years ago today on Jan. 12, 2003. Gibb died unexpectedly at the age of 53, at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, Florida, on 12 January 2003 of a cardiac arrest, while waiting to undergo surgery for a twisted intestine, with his […]


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