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Old 03-19-2016, 09:21 AM   #466
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The liner notes of Aqualung:

1 In the beginning Man created God;
And in the image of Man created he him.

2 And Man gave unto God a multitude of names,
that he might be Lord over all the earth when it was suited to Man.

3 And on the seven millionth day Man rested
and did lean heavily on his God and saw that it was good.

4 And Man formed Aqualung of the dust of the ground,
and a host of others likened unto his kind.

5 And these lesser men Man did cast into the void. And some were burned;
and some were put apart from their kind.

6 And Man became the God that he had created
and with his miracles did rule over all the earth.

7 But as these things did come to pass,
the Spirit that did cause Man to create his God
lived on within all men: even within Aqualung.

8 And Man saw it not.

9 But for Christ’s sake he’d better start looking.
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It was this week in 1964 that the British invasion of America was conclusive. The Beatles’ 'Can’t Buy Me Love’ had jumped from No.27 on the Hot 100 to the No.1 spot, in the four places behind it were Beatles' records. It was an unprecedented achievement and it is one that will never be repeated.
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It was this week in 1964 that the British invasion of America was conclusive. The Beatles’ 'Can’t Buy Me Love’ had jumped from No.27 on the Hot 100 to the No.1 spot, in the four places behind it were Beatles' records. It was an unprecedented achievement and it is one that will never be repeated.
It was more like last week in 1964. This is April 8. The Beatles's top-five domination occurred the week ending Saturday, April 4, 1964, which happened to be Easter Week (Easter Sunday was March 29).
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On this date in 1969, April 8, the British band Family played their first American concert at the Fillmore East in New York, and it was a disaster. Bassist Rick Grech, who'd already announced he was leaving to join Blind Faith ,was thoroughly stoned and could barely play, and the rest of the group - opening for Ten Years After - weren't doing much better in winning over the audience. Lead singer Roger Chapman - who turned 27 that day - was so disgusted he threw his microphone stand . . . almost hitting Fillmore East proprietor Bill Graham unintentionally. Graham had them blacklisted among promoters, and the history of rock and roll was affected in so many unknown ways, as Family, despite a few good gigs in America and a successful run as Elton John's opening act on his 1972 U.S./Canadian tour. never did do much business in North America.
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It was more like last week in 1964. This is April 8. The Beatles's top-five domination occurred the week ending Saturday, April 4, 1964, which happened to be Easter Week (Easter Sunday was March 29).
Well, that was posted on Facebook today. Oh well, close enough!
http://www.udiscovermusic.com/the-beatles-5-4-3-2-1


Whatever week it was it was/is quite a unique achievement!

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Well, that was posted on Facebook today. Oh well, close enough!
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Whatever week it was it was/is quite a unique achievement!
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40 years ago this week Johnny Cash scored his last #1 hit as a solo artist with this song. He reached the top spot again in 1985 as a member of the Highwaymen with "Highwayman."

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On this day fifty years ago, the Beatles released their single "Paperback and "Rain," which they promoted with a video shown on Ed Sullivan's show in the U.S.

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On this day in 1966, July 2, the Beatles, in Japan on a concert tour, cabled their chosen title for their upcoming LP, which had been completed on June 22, 1966, to EMI in London. Among the titles considered - After Geography, Abracadabra (used before by someone else, later used by the Steve Miller Band), Magic Circles, and Beatles on Safari. The title chosen - Revolver.
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"One of the most exciting and satisfying bands around...Creedence Clearwater Revival have come a long way since "Suzy Q"; they are now creating the most vivid American rock since Music from Big Pink." - Rolling Stone "Green River" review, 1969.

47 years ago yesterday, August 3,1969 Creedence Clearwater Revival's third studio album, "Green River," was released!
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"One of the most exciting and satisfying bands around...Creedence Clearwater Revival have come a long way since "Suzy Q"; they are now creating the most vivid American rock since Music from Big Pink." - Rolling Stone "Green River" review, 1969.

47 years ago yesterday, August 3,1969 Creedence Clearwater Revival's third studio album, "Green River," was released!
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On this day in 1966, August 5, the Beatles released Revolver in the U.K. (it was relased in the U.S. three days later, minus three Lennon songs already used on Yesterday and Today).
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On 8 August 1969, on a street in north-west London, almost directly outside a celebrated recording studio, one of the most famous ever images of the Beatles was created.

http://www.udiscovermusic.com/four-f...zebra-crossing

The second photo is one of the alternative shots.
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On 8 August 1969, on a street in north-west London, almost directly outside a celebrated recording studio, one of the most famous ever images of the Beatles was created.

http://www.udiscovermusic.com/four-f...zebra-crossing

The second photo is one of the alternative shots.
The LP was completed twelve days later.
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“Summer in the City” by The Lovin' Spoonful, a No. 1 hit on this day 8/13 /1966.
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