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October 21, 1967: Lulu started a five-week run at #1 on the US singles chart with the theme song from the film “To Sir With Love”. It would be her only #1 record. The record wouldn’t even chart in the UK. Lulu To Sir With Love 1967 Stereo Article reposted from

October 21, 1946: Remembering the late, GREAT Lux Interior of The Cramps on what would’ve been his 73rd Birthday. Article reposted from

October 17, 1957: Elvis Presley’s second movie, “Jailhouse Rock” premiered at the Loews State Theatre in Memphis, Tennessee, the theatre where Elvis worked as an usher five years earlier. Article reposted from

October 18, 1926: Remembering the late, great Chuck Berry on what would have been his 93rd Birthday. Article reposted from

October 18, 1974: Mott The Hoople released the single “Saturday Gigs.” It was the last studio recording made by the group before Ian Hunter left the group. Guitarist Ariel Bender was replaced by Mick Ronson during the production of the single, marking Ronson's only official appearance on a Mott the Hoople release. It would peak […]

October 18, 1975: Sweet peaked at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart with “Ballroom Blitz”. This was their second Top Ten single in the US. Sweet – The Ballroom Blitz – Promo Clip (OFFICIAL) Brian Connolly – lead vocals Andy Scott – guitar, synthesizer, vocals Steve Priest – bass, vocals Mick Tucker – […]

October 18, 1964: Taking a day off from their current British tour, The Beatles went into the studio and completed the recording of six album tracks and the A-side of their next single, "I Feel Fine". They also completed "Eight Days a Week", "Kansas City/Hey Hey Hey Hey", "Mr. Moonlight", "I'll Follow the Sun", "Everybody's […]

October 9, 1964: The Beach Boys recorded "Dance Dance Dance" at United Western Recorders studio in Los Angeles, California. The band was augmented by members of the studio musicians known as The Wrecking Crew, with Glen Campbell playing the lead guitar intro. The song would be released as a single at the end of October […]

October 9, 1944: Remembering the late, great John Entwistle, bassist for The Who I n what would have been his 75th Birthday. I Can See for Miles (Live Smothers Brothers 1967) part1/2 – Vidéo dailymotion voici le fameux live des Who où Keith Moon (le batteur) fît exploser sa grosse caisse (la scène se passe […]

October 9, 1940: Remembering the brilliant John Lennon on what would have been his 79th Birthday. You are missed every day, John. We love you! The Beatles – Rain The Beatles – Rain – 1966 Article reposted from

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