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Emerson, Lake & Palmer released their fifth studio album “Works Volume 1” on March 17, 1977. It was a double album divided into four major sections: three highlighting each band member and one for combined works. The album was highly anticipated, as it had been almost three-and-a-half years since the release of ELP’s last studio […]

In 2005, it’s album cover was featured in Pitchfork Media’s list of “The Worst Record Covers of All Time”, and in 2014 its title was featured in NME’s list of “The 50 Worst Album Titles in History.” We are talking about REO Speedwagon’s album “You Can Tune a Piano, but You Can’t Tuna Fish” which […]

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 […]

13th March 1993, Eric Clapton started a three-week run at No.1 on the US album chart with Unplugged. It remains the most successful and best-selling live album ever, winning two Grammy awards at the 35th Annual Grammy Awards in 1993. It is also Clapton’s best-selling album ever, having sold 26 million copies worldwide. More on […]

11th March 1970, Deja Vu, the first album by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, (and the second by the trio configuration of Crosby, Stills, and Nash), was released. It topped the pop album chart for one week and spawned three US Top 40 singles: ‘Teach Your Children’, ‘Our House’, and ‘Woodstock’. Read it here

He played just about every instrument on Boston’s debut album and even recorded most of it in his basement. He’s Tom Scholz and today he is celebrating his 71st birthday. Tom has a Masters degree from MIT and while putting the Boston project together, he work in development at Polaroid. Tom never really enjoyed the […]

Simon & Garfunkel had the new #1 album in the US on March 7, 1970, when their fifth and final studio LP “Bridge Over Troubled Waters” was at the top of the new Billboard Album Chart that came out that day. The record charted in over 11 countries, topping the charts in 10 countries, including […]

7th March 1975, David Bowie released his ninth studio album Young Americans. The album marked a departure from the glam rock style of Bowie’s previous albums, showcasing his interest in soul and R&B music. Young Americans featured the song ‘Fame’ (co-written with Carlos Alomar and John Lennon), which gave Bowie his first US No.1 hit […]

One of the great Rock and Roll records, “Climbing” the debut album by Mountain was released on March 7, 1970. The album featured the ‘classic’ Mountain lineup of Leslie West (guitar, vocals), Felix Pappalardi (bass, piano) and Corky Laing (drums, percussion). Produced by Pappalardi, the album reached number 17 on the American Billboard 200 albums […]

5th March 1956, Frank Sinatra released his tenth studio album Songs for Swingin’ Lovers! (the first album ever to top the UK Albums Chart). Sinatra aficionados often rank it his best album and many music critics consider it one of the greatest albums of its era. The original cover had Sinatra facing away from the […]


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