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11th March 1970, Deja Vu, the first album by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, (and the second by the trio configuration of Crosby, Stills, and Nash), was released. It topped the pop album chart for one week and spawned three US Top 40 singles: ‘Teach Your Children’, ‘Our House’, and ‘Woodstock’. Article source: https://www.facebook.com/19706525166/posts/10161339551010167

12th February 1972, Charley Pride was at #1 on the US Country music album chart with Charley Pride Sings Heart Songs. In the early-to mid-1970s, he became the best-selling performer for RCA Records since Elvis Presley. Article source: https://www.facebook.com/19706525166/posts/10161237331560167

28th January 1977, Pink Floyd's tenth studio album Animals entered the UK charts at No.2. The sleeve concept was that of Roger Waters, who lived at the time near Clapham Common, and regularly drove past Battersea Power Station. A view of the imposing but disused former power station building was chosen for the cover image, […]

14th January 1977, David Bowie released his eleventh studio album Low, the first of three collaborations with Brian Eno termed the "Berlin Trilogy". The track 'Sound and Vision' was released as a single and used by the BBC in the UK on trailers at the time, providing much needed exposure, as Bowie opted to do […]

https://www.udiscovermusic.com/stories/rediscover-david-bowie/ David Bowie’s Debut Album: Back To Where It All Began | uDiscover Article source: https://www.facebook.com/19706525166/posts/10161112218105167

17th December 1971, David Bowie released his fourth album Hunky Dory, which was the first to feature all the members of the band that would become known the following year as Ziggy Stardust's Spiders From Mars. Two singles were released from the album: 'Changes' / 'Andy Warhol' in January 1972 and 'Life on Mars' which […]

How Bob Daisley gathered rock’s great and good together to record Moore Blues For Gary… The story behind this year’s all-star tribute to Gary Moore album Link to original article here

9th December 1972, Neil Diamond released the live double album Hot August Night, from a concert on August 24, 1972, which was one of ten sold out concerts that Diamond performed that month at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. The album peaked at No.5 on the US chart and spent 29 weeks at No.1 […]

3rd December 1965, The Who released their debut studio album My Generation in the UK. In the United States, it was released by Decca Records as The Who Sings My Generation in April 1966, with a different cover and a slightly altered track listing. In 2003 it was named the second greatest guitar album of […]

Today’s Big Question comes from Keith Bamberger, who asks, “What songs and albums would you recommend to introduce metal to someone born this century?” Thanks Keith! Link to original article here


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