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On Valentine’s Day in 1972, Neil Young released his fourth LP titled “Harvest”. It featured the London Symphony Orchestra on two tracks and guest vocals by David Crosby, Graham Nash, Linda Ronstadt, Stephen Stills, and James Taylor. The album topped the Billboard 200 album chart for two weeks, and had two hit singles, “Old Man”, […]

On Feb. 13, 1981, Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” LP had been on the Billboard charts for 402 weeks. It was the longest that any rock album had ever been on the charts. By the time it finally left the chart on April. 23, 1988, it had been on for 724 weeks. Have […]

The Allman Brothers released their third studio and fourth overall LP “Eat a Peach” on Feb. 12, 1972. Eat a Peach contains live recordings from the band’s famed Fillmore East performances, but primarily functions as a group studio effort. The album contains the extended, half-hour-long “Mountain Jam,” as well as Gregg Allman’s tribute to his […]

Rush released their 8th studio LP called “Moving Pictures” 37 years ago today on Feb. 12, 1981. The album was their most commercially successful album in the U.S. The album peaked at number three on the Billboard 200 Album Chart and sold over four million copies in the U.S. alone. Believe it or not, there […]

The Rolling Stones released their seventh US LP “Between the Buttons” on Feb. 11, 1967. The LP was their 5th in the UK and had been released a couple of week earlier on Jan. 20th there. The album releases were different between the two countries. The American version included “Ruby Tuesday” and “Let’s Spend the […]

On Feb.10, 1971, Carole King released her second LP titled “Tapestry”. King wrote or co-wrote all of the songs on the album, several of which had already been hits for other artists such as Aretha Franklin’s “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and The Shirelles’ “Will You Love Me Tomorrow” (in 1960). Three […]

On Feb 9, 1970, The Doors released their 5th LP titled “Morrison Hotel”. Morrison Hotel consists of music recorded between August 1966 and November 1969. The cover photo was taken at the actual Morrison Hotel located at 1246 South Hope Street in Los Angeles by the legendary photographer Henry Diltz. The band asked the owners […]

On Feb. 5, 1979, The soundtrack LP to the film Saturday Night Fever reached sales of 25 million worldwide, making it the best-selling LP in history. Of course, that mark has since been surpassed (Thriller, Eagles Greatest Hit, Dark Side of the Moon etc). Disco was King in 1979. Well to some, others hated it. […]

Jethro Tull released their first LP “This Was” in the US on Feb. 3, 1969. The record was released in the UK in Oct. of 1968. The album was recorded at a cost of only £1200, and it is the only studio album by Tull to feature guitarist Mick Abrahams. The good reception of the […]

Lynyrd Skynyrd released their 4th LP “Gimme Back My Bullets” on Feb.2, 1976. The album was originally titled ‘Ain’t No Dowd About It’, in tribute to the producer Tom Dowd, whom the band idolized. The album was certified Gold on 1/20/1981 by the RIAA. It remains the only studio album by the precrash lineup to […]

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