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October 20, 1965: The Beatles recorded “We Can Work It Out” at the Abbey Road Studios in London. They would add overdubs a few days later, spending nearly 11 hours on the song. This was by far their longest expenditure of studio time on one song, up to that point in their career. It would […]

Legendary musician Spencer Davis has passed away. He was 88 years old. R.I.P. Spencer Davis Group – I’m a Man Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD!

October 17, 1979: Following up their massively successful “Rumours” album, Fleetwood Mac released the double album, “Tusk”. It was a different sounding Fleetwood Mac album; it had a more experimental set of songs, took over a year to record and cost $1 million to produce. “Tusk” peaked at #4 in… More Read the full article […]

October 17, 1970: The Jackson 5 have the #1 record on the US singles chart with “I’ll Be There.” It was group’s fourth single to top the charts in 1970, making them the first-ever Black male group to have four consecutive #1 hits in one year. Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD!

October 17, 1980: Dire Straits released their third album, “Making Movies.” It went on to reach number #19 on the Billboard 200 album chart and sell one million copies in the US alone. It peaked at #4 on the UK charts. Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD!

October 17, 1969: The hardest working band in show business? Having been together for only a year, Led Zeppelin kicked off their third American tour in New York City. In their first year, the band completed four US and four UK tours and also released their first two albums, both of which charted in the […]

October 17, 1980: Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band released their fifth album, “The River.” It is Springsteen’s only double album and was produced by Jon Landau, Springsteen, and bandmate Little Steven Van Zandt. The album was Springsteen’s first to go #1 on the Billboard 200, where it spent… More Read the full article […]

October 14, 1971: Little Richard’s record label, Specialty Records, filed a $500,000 lawsuit against John Fogerty, claiming that he plagiarized “Good Golly, Miss Molly” in the CCR song “Travelin’ Band.” The lawsuit would eventually be dropped. Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD!

October 14, 1996: 28 years after it was filmed, The Rolling Stones’ “Rock & Roll Circus” was finally released. The event was put together by The Stones in 1968 and was comprised of two concerts inside a circus tent. Along with the Stones (featuring Brian Jones’ last appearance with the band) there… More Rolling Stones […]

October 14, 1967: The Who released the single “I Can See for Miles”; it would go to #10 on the UK charts, giving the group their eighth Top Ten record. It would also peak at #9 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart, becoming their first and only Top Ten single in the US. Read […]

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