Weekly Focus: George Harrison, Day Three

George Harrison & Leon Russell — “Beware of Darkness,” from the album The Concert for Bangladesh (1971).

Playlist Challenge, Day 36

Alice Cooper — “Ballad of Dwight Fry”

Weekly Focus: Led Zeppelin, Day Four

Led Zeppelin — “Black Dog,” from the album Led Zeppelin IV (1971).

On This Day: The Beatles, The Sex Pistols, and Igor Cavalera

In 1962, The Beatles’ first recording session at Abbey Road Studios took place. They recorded six songs, including “Love Me Do” and “Please Please Me.”

1965: The Beatles started a three week run at number one on the US singles chart with “Help.”

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1971: Taken from the album Ram, “Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey” by Paul and Linda McCartney went to number one on the US singles chart.

1976: The Sex Pistols made their television debut on a program entitled “So It Goes.”

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1970: Igor Cavalera, drummer for Sepultura, was born.

 

 

Weekly Focus: Alice Cooper, Day Two

One of my favorites ❤

Alice Cooper — “Ballad of Dwight Fry,” from the album Love It to Death (1971).

Weekly Focus: Alice Cooper, Day One

Alice Cooper’s music always makes me think of my dad, and this song was his anthem when he was 18/19. Lol.

Alice Cooper — “I’m Eighteen,” from the album Love It to Death (1971).