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August 5, 1966: Capitol Records released the American version of The Beatles "Revolver" album. The British version had 14 tracks; there were only 11 songs on the US album; "I'm Only Sleeping", "And Your Bird Can Sing" and "Doctor Robert" were omitted, having previously appeared on the American release of "Yesterday and Today". This would […]

August 9, 1975: The Bee Gees started a two week run at #1 on the US singles chart with “Jive Talkin”. This was the group’s “comeback” single, becoming their first hit since “How Do You Mend A Broken Heart” in 1971. It went to #5 in the UK. Bee Gees – Jive Talkin’ (Official Video) […]

August 9, 1995: KISS taped their appearance for MTV Unplugged in New York City. During this performance, they performed with Ace Frehley and Peter Criss for the first time since 1979. The next year, Gene, Paul, Peter and Ace would begin a Reunion Tour in full make-up and costume, their first such tour in over […]

August 9, 1968: Cream released their third album, “Wheels of Fire.” It was released as a two-disc vinyl LP, with one disc recorded in the studio and the other recorded live. It reached #3 in the UK and went to #1 on the US charts, becoming the world’s first platinum-selling double album. Cream – Crossroads […]

August 9, 1965: A British quartet called The Silkie record the Lennon /McCartney tune, "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away". John Lennon was the producer of the session, while Paul McCartney played guitar and George Harrison kept time on a tambourine. The song would reach #28 in the UK and #10 in the US. […]

August 6, 1974: ABBA scored their first US Top 10 hit when “Waterloo” went to #6 on the Billboard charts. They would place 14 more singles in the American Top 40 before disbanding in 1982. Abba – Waterloo Listen to ABBA: Follow ABBA Facebook: Instagram: Read More Ab… Article reposted from

August 6, 1996: The Ramones performed their last concert ever at The Palace in Los Angeles, California. This was their 2,263rd concert; it featured appearances by former bassist Dee Dee Ramone along with Motorhead singer/bassist Lemmy Kilmister, Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder and Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell and Ben Shepherd. The Ramones – I Wanna Be […]

August 6, 1965: The Small Faces released their debut single “Whatcha Gonna Do About It”. It peaked at #14 on the U.K. Singles Chart. Small Faces What Cha Gonna Do About It 1965 Stereo Article reposted from

August 6, 1966: Sam the Sham & The Pharohs went to #1 on the Cashbox Best Sellers list with “Lil’ Red Riding Hood”; it would peak at #2 on the Billboard chart. A week later, the RIAA will certify the single as a Gold Record, with sales exceeding one million copies. It would be the […]

August 6, 1965: The Beatles released their fifth album, the soundtrack to their film “Help!” in the UK. The American version of the LP would be released a week later. It would go to #1 in both countries. The Beatles ~ You’re Gonna Lose That Girl 1965 Article reposted from

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