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November 27, 1935: Remembering the late, great Al Jackson, drummer for Booker T and The MG’s on what would have been his 83rd Birthday. Booker T. And The M.G.’s – Green Onions Article reposted from

November 27, 1942: Remembering the brilliant Jimi Hendrix on what would have been his 76th Birthday. The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Red House (Live at Stockholm,Sweden 1969) Article reposted from

November 27, 1967: Capitol Records released The Beatles' "Magical Mystery Tour" LP in the US. The LP was a conglomeration of the "Magical Mystery Tour" English EP, plus several of the band's 1967 singles. It would rise to #1 on the Billboard chart, where it would stay for eight weeks and be nominated for a […]

November 27, 1970: George Harrison released his first post-Beatles album, “All Things Must Pass.” It included the hit singles “My Sweet Lord” and “What Is Life”; a triple album, it would go on to be certified 6x Platinum by the RIAA, making it the best selling album by any solo Beatle. george harrison / wah […]

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November 24, 1955: Happy Birthday to the great Clem Burke, drummer for Blondie! Blondie – Dreaming Article reposted from

November 24, 1973: Ringo Starr had the #1 record in the US with “Photograph.” Co-written with George Harrison, this was Ringo’s fourth solo single and his first to top the US charts; it would peak at #8 in the UK. Ringo Starr Photograph Article reposted from

November 24, 1966: The Beatles got together for the first time since the end of their US summer tour in August, ready to record a new album. The first song selected for recording was John Lennon’s “Strawberry Fields Forever”; the song would not end up on the album however, but become the B-Side of their […]

November 24, 1991: Just one day after publicly announcing that he was HIV positive, Freddie Mercury died of complications from AIDS at his home in London’s Holland Park. He was 45 years old. Queen – Don’t Stop Me Now (Official Video) Article reposted from

The great Freddie Mercury (1946 – 1991) Article reposted from

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