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April 6, 1966: The first session of what would become The Beatles’ “Revolver” album took place at the Abbey Road studios London. The group recorded the basic track of a new John Lennon song called “Mark I”. Eventually the song would be called “Tomorrow Never Knows.” Tomorrow Never Knows (Take 1 / Anthology 2 Version) […]

April 7, 1948: Remembering the late, great Dallas Taylor, drummer for CSNY and Manassas, on what would have been his 71st Birthday. CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG – Down By the River (1970).MPG "Down by the River" is a song composed by Neil Young. It was first released on his 1969 album with Crazy Horse, […]

April 7, 1970: The Beatles have the #1 single on the US charts with “Let It Be.” This would be the group’s last single as a working band; while John Lennon had quietly left earlier in the year, Paul McCartney would publicly announce his departure from the group two days later. The single would peak […]

April 7, 1968: The Nazz released their debut album, “Nazz”. It would not chart, but it would produce the single “Open My Eyes”, which would peak at #118 on the US charts. The group released two more albums before disbanding in 1971; singer/guitarist Todd Rundgren would go on to a successful solo career. “Open My […]

April 7, 1977: The Damned become the first UK punk band to play in the US when they begin a four night stand at CBGBs in New York City. (Yes. I know the video below isn’t from CBGBs) THE DAMNED – New Rose (1977) Brighton, 06-15-77. Article reposted from

April 4, 1913: Remembering the great Muddy Waters on the 106th Anniversary of his birth in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Muddy Waters – Got My Mojo Workin’ "Blues Masters" 1966 Canadian TV Article reposted from

April 4, 1983: Danny Rapp of Danny And The Juniors died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the Yacht Club Hotel in Quartzsite, Arizona. His group achieved two classic hits in the 1950s, “At the Hop” (#1) and “Rock and Roll is Here to Stay” (#19). Danny Rapp was 41 years old.

April 4, 1960: RCA Victor Records announced that it would now release all Pop singles in mono and stereo simultaneously, the first record company to do so. “Stuck on You” by Elvis Presley was RCA’s first mono/stereo release. Elvis Presley – Stuck on you. Artist: Elvis Presley Song: Stuck on you Article reposted from

April 4, 1964: The Beatles held the top five places on the US singles chart: #5 – “Please Please Me” #4 – “I Want To Hold Your Hand” #3 – “Roll Over Beethoven” #2 – “Love Me Do” #1 – “Can’t Buy Me Love” They also had another nine singles on the chart, bringing their […]

April 4, 1946: Happy Birthday to guitarist Dave Hill of Slade! SLADE – Get Down And Get With It * * * (HD) * * * – GET DOWN AND GET WITH IT The song that really started it all, this LITTLE RICHARD set-closer became a showcase for Nod and a crowd-pleaser for the hordes […]

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