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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 […]

November 10, 1973: Elton John had the #1 record on the US album chart with his seventh LP, “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road”. It would become his best selling studio album, with worldwide sales of over 15 million copies. Elton John – Harmony From the masterpiece double LP, "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road". A song that was […]

November 10, 1975: David Bowie was at #1 on the UK singles chart with “Space Oddity.” The track was first released in 1969, giving Bowie his first chart success. In 1975 a re-recorded version was released by RCA on a 4-song “maxi disc”; this was the version that would top the UK charts. Article reposted […]

November 10, 1968: Jefferson Airplane appeared on the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour for the third time. During this appearance they performed “Crown of Creation” and singer Grace Slick, in partial blackface, gave the Black Power salute. Jefferson Airplane/The Crown of Creation (Live from the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour) © The Orchard Music On behalf of: […]

November 10, 1967: The Beatles spent the day filming three promotional films for their new single "Hello Goodbye" at the Saville Theatre in London. Paul McCartney was the producer for all of the films. Each of the videos featured different costumes and Beatle antics; in the first film they wear their Sgt. Pepper uniforms, for […]

The original Alice Cooper, 1972. Article reposted from

November 7, 1942: Happy Birthday to singer/guitarist Johnny Rivers! Johnny Rivers – Secret Agent Man (1966) The song evokes secret agents both musically (making use of a memorable guitar riff written by Chuck Day and inspired by Monty Norman's James Bond theme) and… Article reposted from

November 7, 1958: Eddie Cochran made his first appearance on the UK charts with “Summertime Blues”, where it will reach #18. It had already gone to #8 on the US charts. Article reposted from

November 7, 1969: The Rolling Stones kicked off their sixth North American tour at Fort Collins State University in Colorado. This was the Stones’ first tour to feature their new guitarist, Mick Taylor. Also on the bill were Ike and Tina Turner, Chuck Berry and B.B. King. The Rolling Stones, Carol. Live 1969 (complete) Originally […]

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