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November 9, 1974: Bachman Turner Overdrive went to #1 on the US singles chart with “You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet”. While the group would place six singles in the American Top 40, this would be their only song to top the charts. Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD!

November 8, 1975: A week after appearing on “Soul Train” David Bowie appeared on the CBS television show “Cher”; he performed his current hit record, “Fame.” David Bowie – Fame – Live on the Cher Show – 1975 – Remastered Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD!

November 8, 1971: Led Zeppelin released their fourth album; with no title printed on the album, and generally referred to as “Four Symbols” or “Led Zeppelin IV” it would be the band’s best selling record, peaking at #1 on the UK charts and going to #2 in the US. Led Zeppelin – Black Dog (Live […]

November 7, 1963: The Beatles arrived in Ireland to make two appearances at the Adelphi Cinema in Dublin. It would be the only time they would play Ireland. While there, the group hooked up with screenwriterSee More Alun Owen, who had been appointed to write the screenplay for the boy’s first (as yet untitled) motion […]

November 6, 1967: The Monkees released their fourth album, “Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd.” It would go to #1 on the US and produce two Top 20 hits, “Words” and “Plesant Valley Sunday.” But here’s my favorite from the LP… The Monkees: What Am I Doing Hangin Round – YouTube Read the full article […]

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November 5, 1977: The manager of the Virgin Record store in Nottingham, England was arrested for displaying a large poster advertising the new album, “Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols.” He wasSee More arrested on charges of indecency because of the word “bollocks” on the album’s cover. Many stores across the country refused […]

November 5, 1966: Eight weeks after the debut of their TV series, The Monkees had the #1 record in the US with their first single, “Last Train To Clarksville.” The song would be featured in seven episodes of the television show, the most for any Monkees song. The Monkees – Last Train To Clarksville 1966 […]

November 4, 1963: The Beatles topped the bill at The Royal Variety Show at The Prince Of Wales Theatre in London. With the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret in the audience, this was the night when John LennonSee More made his famous remark that the people “in the cheaper seats, clap your hands. The rest […]

The Beatles at the Royal Variety performance. Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD!

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