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Happy Birthday to Jethro Tull great Martin Barre. 72 today! Martin Barre’s 5 Essential Guitar Albums Link to original article here

From Stones copyists to rap-rock progenitors, Aerosmith never missed a thing. Here’s a trip through their back catalogue… Aerosmith: a guide to their best albums Link to original article here

The Texas cat with the hat and the Strat who hot-wired the 80s blues revival and launched a new generation of players… Stevie Ray Vaughan: a guide to his best albums Link to original article here

With a pair of pretty boys and a pair of geeks and some glorious songs, Cheap Trick once ruled the pop-rock world… Cheap Trick: a guide to their best albums Link to original article here

Of all the smartasses that ever made a career out of rock’n’roll, such as Frank Zappa, Todd Rundgren and 10cc, none played it smarter than Donald Fagen and Walter Becker. Steely Dan: a guide to their best albums Link to original article here

Without a doubt, one of the greatest albums in the history of Rock and Roll was released 49 years ago today. Led Zeppelin II. Do we need to say anymore? Where did you first hear this album? Happy Birthday to “Led Zeppelin II”!!! — Read It Here!

It is one of the few albums that almost everybody can remember dancing / partying too. This will probably bring back some memories… On Aug. 11, 1979, the new #1 album in the US was “Get The Knack” by The Knack. Bars, clubs, radio was playing (excuse the expression) the shit out of it. The […] 15 Albums Recorded In Truly Weird Places | uDiscover Albums have been recorded in some very weird places, from outer space to underwater, prisons and even a scene of a murder. Here are some of the weirdest. Read it here

There are just some albums from unknown bands that just blast straight to the top. It make many struggling musicians wonder “How’d they do that?” One of those albums / bands released their debut LP on June 26th, 1974. The band was Bad Company and it was also the name of the debut LP. Here […]

One of the great albums of a generation, “Tapestry” by Carole King became the #1 album in the US on June 17, 1971. It woud stay at the top for 15 weeks. The LP contained such classic tracks as “It’s Too Late”, “I Feel the Earth Move”, “So Far Away”, “Will You Love Me Tomorrow?” […]

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