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August 3, 2006: The great Arthur Lee, singer/guitarist for the wonderful and influential band Love, died in Memphis following a battle with acute myeloid leukaemia. He was 61 years old. Love – My Little Red Book [1966]. My Little Red Book ["American Bandstand" US TV Show, June 18 1966]. Arthur, Bryan, Johnny, Kenny, Snoop Composed […]

August 3, 1969: Creedence Clearwater Revival released their third album, “Green River”. It would go to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, giving the group their first of two albums to top the US charts. Creedence Clearwater Revival “Green River” in Andy Williams Show (1969) Article reposted from https://www.facebook.com/360029113845/posts/10157684651723846

August 3, 1963: Happy Birthday to the great James Hetfield of Metallica! Metallica: Whiskey in the Jar (Slane Castle – Meath, Ireland – June 8, 2019) Filmed at Slane Castle in Meath, Ireland on June 8, 2019. © 2019 Blackened Recordings Follow Metallica: http://www.metallica.com http://www.livemetallica.com… Article reposted from https://www.facebook.com/360029113845/posts/10157684667853846

August 3, 1963: The Beach Boys released “Surfer Girl” as a single; this was the first song that Brian Wilson ever wrote in 1961, as well as the first single to credit him as the sole producer. It would peak at #7 on the Billboard singles chart and #18 on the R&B chart. The Beach […]

August 3, 1979: The film “Rock ‘n’ Roll High School”, featuring the Ramones, opened at New York’s 8th Street Playhouse. The Ramones – I Just Want To Have Something To Do [HD] Article reposted from https://www.facebook.com/360029113845/posts/10157684787438846

July 31, 1968: Tommy James and The Shondells were at #1 on the UK singles chart with “Mony Mony”. This would be the group’s only single to top the UK charts; it would peak at #3 in the US. Mony Mony by Tommy James & The Shondells Great Psych-Garage-Bubblegum 60's Pop. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=czEnKT_oaSA&list=UU3M66B-PBTqm9FWHS3I9F8A Check out my […]

July 31, 1969: Elvis performed his first live concert in over eight years as he began a four-week engagement in the showroom of the International Hotel in Las Vegas. Both critics and fans would rave about the “return” of The King. He would be paid $500,000 for the concerts. Article reposted from https://www.facebook.com/360029113845/posts/10157676623913846

July 31, 1967: The Young Rascals released their third album, "Groovin'." It would go to #5 on the Billboard Top LPs chart and #7 on the R&B chart. Eight of the album's songs were released on singles with the title track reaching #1 on the Billboard Pop chart. This would be the group's last album […]

July 31, 1957: Happy Birthday to Daniel Ash, guitarist for Bauhaus and Love and Rockets! Bauhaus – In The Flat Field Captured at their live pinnacle and recorded at The Old Vic Theatre, London 24 February 1982 by Chris Collins for Standard Pictures. Audio of this ferocious … Article reposted from https://www.facebook.com/360029113845/posts/10157676640178846

July 31, 1968: During sessions for the White Album, The Beatles took some time to record their next single, “Hey Jude” at Trident Studios in London. They completed the song in four takes, with the first take being selected for the single. The next day they would return to Trident to do overdubs on the […]


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