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September 11, 1967: Filming began for "Magical Mystery Tour" as the Beatles and a couple of dozen actors hit the road to the English countryside in a psychedelic motor coach. The film was about a group of tourists on a coach tour who experience strange happenings caused by magicians; the premise was inspired by Ken […]

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September 8, 1945: Remembering the late Kelly Groucutt, bassist for Electric Light Orchestra on what would’ve been his 75th Birthday! Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD!

September 8, 1979: Dire Straits kicked off their second North American tour at The Orpheum Theater in Boston, Massachusetts. The tour was in support of the group’s second album, “Communiqué”. Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD!

September 8, 1968: The Beatles made their first "live" appearance in over two years when they performed "Hey Jude" on the UK television show "Frost On Sunday" in front of an invited studio audience. The segment had actually been taped four days earlier at Twickenham Studios, along with Frost's introduction; the band played and sang […]

September 8, 1972: Mott The Hoople released their fifth album, "All The Young Dudes." Thanks to the success of the title track, a huge hit in the UK, and their most successful single in the US, the LP was a turning point for the then-struggling band; having been on the verge of breaking up, they […]

September 8, 1977: "Marc" premiered on the UK's Granada TV. The six-program series starred Marc Bolan of T. Rex, who's career had seen better days; Glam had been over for a few years and Bolan hadn't had a Top 40 record since 1974. The show would be a huge success, and Bolan's comeback seemed assured. […]

September 5, 2006: Bob Dylan had the #1 record in the US when his 33rd album “Modern Times” debuted at the top spot on the Billboard charts. It was Dylan’s first #1 album since “Desire” in 1976. Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD!

September 5, 1970: Joe Cocker’s double live album, “Mad Dogs & Englishmen” entered the US charts. Produced by the great Leon Russell, it became Cocker’s best selling LP, peaking at #2 on the Billboard Album Chart. Mad Dogs & Englishmen – Cry Me A River The concert film performed by Joe Cocker was filmed at […]

September 5, 1965: The Rolling Stones fly to Los Angeles to do some work at the RCA Studios in Hollywood. While there, they will record “Get Off of My Cloud," which will be released in November 1965 as the follow up single to "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." Jagger called it a "stop-bugging-me song" while […]

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