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November 16, 1996: 26 years after they broke up, The Beatles became the first act to have three #1 albums on the Billboard 200 Album Chart in a 12 month period as "Anthology 3" debuted at the top of the chart. The career-spanning Anthology series contained rarities and unreleased takes of the group's music catalogue, […]

November 16, 1973: David Bowie's first British TV special, "1980 Floor Show" aired on NBC as an episode of "The Midnight Special." The show had been taped at the Marquee Club in Soho, London on October 18-20, 1973 and featured songs from "Aladdin Sane" and Pin-Ups." This would be Bowie's last appearance as Ziggy Stardust, […]

November 16, 1974: John Lennon was at #1 on the US singles chart with "Whatever Gets You Through The Night." It would be Lennon's only record to top the US singles chart in his lifetime. Elton John played piano and sang on the track when it was recorded; after the session, he told Lennon that […]

November 16, 1979: The Jam released their fourth album, “Setting Sons.” It would go to #4 on the UK charts and produce their first Top Ten single, “Eton Rifles”, which peaked at #3 on the UK singles chart. Article reposted from

November 16, 1968: The Jimi Hendrix Experience reached #1 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart for the first and only time with their third (and final) album, “Electric Ladyland.” Jimi Hendrix – Voodoo Child James Marshall "Jimi" Hendrix was an American rock guitarist, singer, and songwriter. Although his mainstream career spanned only four years. He […]

November 13, 1964: Decca Records released The Rolling Stones' cover of "Little Red Rooster". Written by Willie Dixon and previously recorded by Howlin’ Wolf and Sam Cooke, the Stones recorded the single at the legendary Chess Studios in Chicago. It would go to #1 in the UK and remains the only time a blues song […]

November 13, 1968: The animated Beatles film, “Yellow Submarine” had its US premiere in New York City. The Beatles themselves had very little to do with the film and participated only in the closing scene. Their cartoon counterparts were voiced by other actors. nowhere man This is "nowhere man" by Grigory Geometr on Vimeo, the […]

November 13, 1981: U2 kicked off a 23-date North American in support of their “Octobet” album at a club called J.B. Scott’s in Albany, New York. U2 Gloria Live In Berlin 1981 Article reposted from

November 13, 1971: Slade had the #1 record in the UK with “Coz I Luv You”. It would be the first of six Slade singles to top the UK charts. Slade Cos I Love You Slade – 'Cos I Love You' Article reposted from

November 13, 1971: Mott The Hoople released their fourth album, “Brain Capers.” It would be a critical and commercial flop and would be the group’s only album to not make the charts in either the UK or the US. This lack of commercial success would lead the band to consider splitting up by the end […]

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