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Yes released their 5th LP, "Close to the Edge" on Sept. 13, 1972. With the success the band had with "Fragile" they began to produce extended pieces which resulted in a record that was made up of three tracks with the 18-minute title track occupying side one and "And You and I" and "Siberian Khatru" […]

Mott the Hoople released their 5th LP "All The Young Dudes" on Sept. 8, 1972. The single of the same name had been released prior to the LP. The band was ready to call it quits when David Bowie offered them the title songs (David wrote it) and offered to produce the record. The band […]

RUSH released their fifth LP "A Farewell to Kings" on Sept. 1, 1977. The album would become Rush's first US gold-selling album, receiving the certification within two months of its release, and was eventually certified platinum. After the success of this LP, their previous album "2112" took off and ended up selling more copies than […]

On Aug. 31, 1970, Neil Young released his third LP titled "After The Gold Rush". It was one of the four high-profile albums released by each member of folk rock collective Crosby, Stills, Nash && Young in the wake of their chart-topping 1970 album Déjà Vu. Gold Rush consisted mainly of country folk music, along […]

On Aug. 30, 1966, The Mamas && the Papas released their second LP, officially titled The Mamas and The Papas but also known as "Cass, John, Michelle, Dennie". It included the hits "Dancin' in the Street", "I Saw Her Again" and The making of this record was difficult / strange to say the least, Here […]

Led Zeppelin released their eighth studio LP “In Through the Out Door” on Aug. 15, 1979. It was their final album of entirely new material. It was recorded over a three-week period in November and December 1978 at ABBA’s Polar Studios in Stockholm, Sweden. It was the last album released by the band before the […]

‘Ten Years After released their 2nd LP “Undead” on Aug. 10th, 1968. A little over a year later, the band would play Woodstock and their appearance in the film of the festival, would secure them a place in Rock and Roll history. This album, was a live recording of the band that was recorded at […]

The Yardbirds released their LP “Over, Under, Sideways Down” on Aug. 8, 1966. The album had been released as “The Yardbirds” (better know as ‘Roger The Engineer”) in the UK. The original American versions of this album had a completely different album cover and name as the song “Over Under Sideways Down” was already a […]

The Beatles released their LP titled “Revolver” in the US on Aug. 8, 1966. It had been released in the UK 3 days earlier on the 5th. The album’s title, like that of Rubber Soul, was a pun, referring to both a kind of handgun and the “revolving” motion of the record as it is […]

On Aug. 6, 1996, The Ramones recorded their LP “We’re Outta Here!” at The Palace in Los Angeles. It was the bands final concert. It featured several special appearances from former band members, including Dee Dee, as well as from bands who were influenced by the Ramones. The show featured several special guests such as […]


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