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November 7, 1967: The Beatles finished recording "Blue Jay Way", "Flying" and "Magical Mystery Tour" at the Abbey Road studios in London. They had only six songs completed, not enough for an album, so it was agreed to issue a double-EP in the UK instead. Capitol Records didn’t think the double-EP format would be acceptable […]

November 7, 1967: The Monkees released their fourth album, “Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd.” It would peak at #1 in the US (their fourth in a row) and go to #5 on the UK charts. The Monkees: What Am I Doing Hangin Round Article reposted from

November 4, 1957: Jackie Wilson made his US chart debut with the single “Reet Petite.” It would peak at #62 on the US charts and also go to #6 in the UK. [HQ-FLAC] Jackie Wilson – Reet Petite Feel free to request songs by commenting. Article reposted from

November 4, 1984: Prince played the first of seven nights at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan at the start of his 87-date North American Purple Rain tour. The concert marked the live debut of his new band, The Revolution. Prince Purple Rain Live American Music Awards 1985 HQ Article reposted from

November 4, 1954: Happy Birthday to singer/songwriter Chris Difford of Squeeze! Squeeze – Cool For Cats Music video by Squeeze performing Cool For Cats. (C) 1979 A&M Records Ltd. Article reposted from

November 4, 1963: The Beatles took another step towards super stardom when they 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, John Lennon made the totally cheeky remark about how the folks "in the cheaper seats you […]

The Pretenders, 1979. Article reposted from

October 26, 1953: Happy Birthday to Keith Strickland, drummer/guitarist with The B-52’s! Article reposted from

October 27, 1967: Remembering the late Scott Weiland of Stone Temple Pilots on what would have been his 52nd Birthday. Stone Temple Pilots – Sex Type Thing (Official Video) Watch the official video for Stone Temple Pilots' "Sex Type Thing," the debut single released in 1992 from their debut studio album, Core. Share this video […]

October 27, 1957: The Crickets started a three-week run at #1 on the UK singles chart with “That’ll Be The Day”. It also went to #1 in the US and sold over 1 million copies. Buddy Holly & The Crickets – That’ll Be The Day Article reposted from

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