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July 25, 1970: Chicago released “25 Or 6 To 4″ as a single. The album version was over 4 minutes long, so it was edited down to a radio- friendly 2:53 for the single. It would be the group’s first single to hit the Top Five on the US charts, peaking at #4; it would […]

July 24, 1969: Arriving early at a Beatles’ recording session for their “Abbey Road” album, Paul McCartney recorded a demo of his new song, “Come and Get It.” Singing the double-tracked lead vocal and playing all the instruments, he laid down the vocals and piano on the first take, sang again and played maracas on […]

July 23, 1965: The Kinks appeared on the Dick Clark produced TV show “Where The Action Is”. They performed three songs: “Everybody’s Gonna Be Happy”, “Set Me Free” and “You Really Got Me”. The Kinks – Set me free Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD!

July 22, 1973: David Bowie released the single “Life On Mars”. It would peak at #3 on the UK chart, giving Bowie his fifth Top Ten hit. The song was first released in 1971 on the “Hunky Dory” album and features piano work by Rick Wakeman of Yes. Read the full article at LOVE IT […]

July 21, 1972: T. Rex released their seventh album, “The Slider.” It would peak at #4 on the UK album chart and produce two #1 singles, “Metal Guru” and “Telegram Sam”. Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD!

July 20, 1965: Kama Sutra Records released the Lovin’ Spoonful’s debut single, “Do You Believe in Magic.” It would reach #9 on the US singles chart, giving the group their first of seven Top Ten singles. LIVE!! The Lovin’ Spoonful “Do You Believe In Magic” ~ 1965 Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD! […]

July 19, 1965: One month before the Beatles second film, “Help!” premiered across the country, Capitol Records released the single “Help!” b/w “I’m Down” in the US. It would go to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and stay there for three weeks. The Beatles – Help! Read the full article at LOVE IT […]

July 18, 1955: Happy Birthday to drummer Terry Chambers of XTC! XTC – Making Plans For Nigel Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD!

July 17, 1980: Queen’s eighth album, “The Game” ws the #1 album in the UK and will be at the top of the charts for three weeks. The LP also went to #1 in the US and would be the group’s one and only album to top the Billboard 200. Queen – Play The Game […]

July 13, 1978: The BBC announced a ban on The Sex Pistols’ latest single, “No One Is Innocent.” The record featured vocals by Ronnie Biggs, a British criminal notorious for his part in the Great Train Robbery of 1963. Johnny Rotten and Sid Vicious were no longer in the Sex Pistols; the only original members […]

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