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Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band released their classic LP “Against The Wind” on Feb 25, 1980. It is Seger’s only number-one album, spending six weeks at the top of the Billboard Top LPs chart. To get to be the #1 album on the chart, they knocked Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” from the top […]

Fleetwood Mac is 50 years old……well at least their first LP is. They were a different band back then. 2 of the same members as their most popular lineup, but a different sound. On Feb. 24, 1968, Fleetwood Mac, released their debut album titled simply “Fleetwood Mac”. It is also known as “Peter Green’s Fleetwood […]

Journey released their eighth studio LP “Frontiers” on Feb. 22, 1983. It was the last album to feature bassist Ross Valory until 1996’s “Trial by Fire”. The album reached No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart and would have four top 40 singles: “After the Fall” (No. 23), “Send Her My Love” (No. 23), “Faithfully” […]

YES released their third LP “The Yes Album” on Feb.19, 1971. It was their first album with guitarist Steve Howe who replaced Peter Banks in 1970, and their last in the 1970s to feature keyboardist Tony Kaye. The album was the first by the group not to feature any cover versions, which had been a […]

KISS released their debut LP simply titled “KISS” on Feb. 18, 1974. Much of the material on the album was written by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, as members of their pre-Kiss band Wicked Lester. Simmons estimated that the entire process of recording and mixing this record took three weeks, while co-producer Richie Wise has […]

Badfinger released their debut LP “Magic Christian Music” on Feb. 16, 1970. Three tracks from the LP are featured in the film “The Magic Christian” which also gives the album its title. However, “Magic Christian Music” is not an official soundtrack album for the film. The film soundtrack for “The Magic Christian” featured three new […]

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 […]


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