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Flute Klaxon! Focus announce a new studio album, Focus 11 Link to original article here

28th October 1972, Stevie Wonder released his 15th studio album Talking Book. The album’s first track, ‘You Are the Sunshine of My Life’, hit No.1 on the Billboard‍ charts, then earned Wonder his first Grammy Award. The album featured a guest appearance of Jeff Beck on the track ‘Superstition’. Read it here

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 […]

Led Zeppelin released their eighth studio LP “In Through the Out Door” on Aug. 15, 1979. It was their final album of entirely new material. It was recorded over a three-week period in November and December 1978 at ABBA’s Polar Studios in Stockholm, Sweden. It was the last album released by the band before the […]

6th August 1963, In the evening at Studio A of the Columbia Recording Studio, New York City, Bob Dylan recorded the first session produced by Tom Wilson for the album The Times They Are A-Changin’. Dylan’s third studio album was the first collection to feature only original compositions, the title track being one of Dylan’s […]

On July 27, 1977, the Grateful Dead released their 9th studio LP “Terrapin Station.” It was the first album that the Grateful Dead released on Arista Records after releasing other albums on its own Grateful Dead Records. According to Dennis McNally, Jerry Garcia conceived the idea for the song “Terrapin Station Part One” while driving […]

On July 21, 1972, T.Rex released their 7th studio album “The Slider”. The LP was produced by Tony Visconti and it was the band’s second record released with their new glam rock style opposed to the band’s previous folk oriented music. It is well known the Flo & Eddie ( Mark Volman and Howard Kaylan […]

On July 15, 1966, The Yardbirds released their 3rd studio LP. It was know by different names. In the UK, the title was officially “Yardbirds”, but is better known as “Roger the Engineer”. In the U.S, France and Germany, it was called “Over, Under, Sideways Down”. The UK album had a drawing by Chris Dreja […]

Emerson, Lake & Palmer released their third studio LP “Trilogy” on July 6, 1972. “Trilogy” increased ELP’s worldwide popularity, and included “Hoedown”, an arrangement of the Aaron Copland composition, which was one of their most popular songs when performing live. There was a reference to a quad version of this album that appeared in 1974 […]

Heart released their eighth studio LP, the self-titled “Heart” on July 6, 1985. The album continued the band’s transition into mainstream rock, a genre that yielded the band its greatest commercial success. Marking the band’s Capitol Records debut, it spent 92 weeks on the U.S. Billboard 200 and became the only Heart album so far […]


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