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Styx released their 4th LP titled "Man of Miracles" on Nov. 8th of 1974. It would be the band's last original album on the independent Chicago-based label Wooden Nickel Records before moving to the major label A&M. The original issue contained "Best Thing," a re-release from the Styx album (their first LP), as the opening […]

Ozzy Osbourne released his 2nd LP, "Diary of a Madman" on Nov. 7, 1981. As alway, the critics had varied opinions of the record. The guitar work of Randy Rhoads received a lot of praise. Steve Huey of AllMusic stated that "it's not uncommon to find fans who prefer Diary to Blizzard, since it sets […]

On Nov. 4, 1969, a new band entered the markets with their self-titled debut LP. The record included unknown songs like "Dreams" and "Whipping Post." As you can tell by now, that band was The Allman Brothers. The Allman Brothers Band was formed in March 1969, during large jam sessions with various musicians in Jacksonville, […]

On Nov. 3, 1973, Daryl Hall & John Oates ( Hall & Oates) released their 2nd LP "Abandoned Luncheonette." It was the most commercially successful of their first three albums of the duo's Atlantic Records period. Twenty-nine years after its release, the album was certified platinum (over one million copies sold) by the Recording Industry […]

Cream released their 2nd LP "Disraeli Gears" on Nov. 2, 1967. (There is some debate if it was the 2nd or the 10th, whatever) It was their American breakthrough, becoming a massive seller in 1968, reaching No. 4 on the American charts. The album was No. 1 for two weeks on the Australian album chart […]

Creedence Clearwater Revival released their 4th LP "Willy and The Poor Boys" on Nov. 2, 1969. It was the last of three studio albums that the band released in that year. The album features the songs "Down on the Corner", from which the album got its name, and "Fortunate Son", which is a well known […]

The Grateful Dead released their 6th LP "American Beauty" on Nov. 1, 1970. Jason Ankeny in AllMusic said that the album is the Dead's "studio masterpiece", and in comparing it to Workingman's Dead, it is "more representative of the group as a collective unit". In 2003, the album was ranked number 258 on Rolling Stone […]

The Who released their LP "Meaty, Beaty, Big and Bouncy" on Oct. 30, 1971. Every track on the album with the exception of "Boris the Spider", the one song written by John Entwistle, had been released as a single in the UK, with all except "A Legal Matter", "Magic Bus", and "The Seeker" being top […]

Neil Young released his 20th studio LP "Harvest Moon" on Oct. 27, 1992. Many of the musicians appearing on it also appeared on his 1972 album Harvest, and it is considered by many to be like a "sequel" to Harvest. Recovering from a case of tinnitus that had come about after the recording of 1990's […]

On Oct. 22, 1976, Bob Seger released his 9th LP titled "Night Moves". It was his 4th album with the Silver Bullet Band even though 4 of the 9 songs on the album used Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section. The album was well received by critics and gave Seger nation-wide success. Three singles were released from […]


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