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May 16, 1980: DEVO released their third album “Freedom of Choice”. It would be their most popular LP, peaking at #22 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart and producing the Top 10 single, “Whip It” which peaked at #8. Devo – “Gates of Steel” (Live – 1980) MVDvisual Like this video? Come see thousands more […]

May 16, 1966: Bob Dylan released his seventh album, the iconic and brilliant “Blonde On Blonde”. It will peak at #9 on the US charts and #3 in the UK. This was Dylan’s first album to feature members of The Hawks as his backing band; the group would later change their name to The Band. […]

May 13, 1947: Remembering the late, great Overend Watts, bassist with Mott The Hoople, on what would have been his 72nd Birthday. Mott The Hoople – All The Young Dudes (Live) Music video by Mott The Hoople performing All The Young Dudes. Article reposted from

May 13, 1970: The world premiere of The Beatles film “Let It Be” took place in New York City. One week later, UK premieres were held at the Liverpool Gaumont Cinema and the London Pavilion. None of the Beatles attended any of the premieres. The Beatles – Don’t Let Me Down The Beatles 1 Video […]

May 13, 2012: Bassist Donald "Duck" Dunn of Booker T. and The MG's passed away while touring in Japan. Throughout the 1960s and 70s he was, with the MGs, a session bassist for Stax Records. At Stax, Dunn played on thousands of records, including hits by Otis Redding, Sam & Dave, Rufus Thomas, Carla Thomas, […]

May 13, 1970: Badfinger recorded “No Matter What” at the Abbey Road studios in London. Produced by Mal Evans and released on Apple Records, the single will reach #8 in the US and #5 in the UK near the end of the year. It was the group’s first Top 10 single to be composed by […]

May 13, 1967: The Monkees have the #1 album on the UK charts with their second album, “More of The Monkees.” The LP was already at the top of the US charts, where it would stay for eighteen weeks. The Monkees – She The Monkees Article reposted from

May 10, 1969: The Moody Blues started a two-week run at #1 on the UK album chart with “On The Threshold Of A Dream.” It was the group’s first album to top the UK charts. Moody Blues – Lovely To See You (1970) The Moody Blues – Lovely To See You from The Lost Performance […]

May 10, 1944: Remembering the late singer/songwriter/guitarist Jackie Lomax on what would have been his 75th Birthday. Lomax was one of the first artists signed to the Beatles' Apple Records in 1968. His Apple single, "Sour Milk Sea" was written and produced by George Harrison, with the backing band consisting of Harrison, Paul McCartney on […]

May 10, 1964: Dusty Springfield made her TV debut when she appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show. She sang her current hit, “I Only Want To Be With You.”

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