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The Zombies released their second LP titled “Odessey and Oracle” on April 26, 1968. The album was recorded over a period of three months between June and August 1967, in sessions that took place at Abbey Road and Olympic Studios, in London. “Time of the Season” was released as a single and became a surprise […]

Poco released their second album, simply titled “Poco” on May 6, 1970. The LP contained the Jim Messina written song “You Better Think Twice”, which became a signature song for the band. A copy of this album hangs in the Poco exhibit in the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville along with the jacket […]

The Rolling Stones released their debut LP simply titled “The Rolling Stones” in the UK on April 16, 1964. The UK version was released on Decca Records. The American edition of the record, with a slightly different track list, came out on London Records on May 30, 1964, with the added title England’s Newest Hit […]

8th April 1977, CBS released the self- titled first album by The Clash in the UK. The album is widely celebrated as one of the greatest punk albums of all time. CBS in the US refused to release it until 1979 and Americans bought over 100,000 imported copies of the record making it one of […]

Led Zeppelin released their 5th album titled “Houses of the Holy” on March 28, 1973. It is their first album composed of entirely original material, and represents a musical turning point for the band, who had begun to record songs with more layering and production techniques. Containing some of the band’s most famous songs, including […]

On March 25, 1968, the last episode of The Monkees’ TV show aired. It was titled “The Frodis Caper,” and was directed by Micky Dolenz. One of the interesting things about this last episode is in the beginning you hear The Beatles song “Good Morning, Good Morning”. This was the very first time that The […]

23rd March 1956, Elvis Presley released his self titled studio album in mono on RCA Victor. The album spent ten weeks at No.1 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart in 1956, the first rock and roll album ever to make it to the top of the charts, and the first million-selling album of that genre. […]

Jethro Tull released their 4th LP titled “Aqualung” on March 19, 1971. Many people have thought that it was a concept album, but the band strongly disagrees with the thought. The records success marked a turning point in the band’s career, who went on to become a major radio and touring act. Recorded at Island […]

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 […]

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”, […]


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