A big change was happening for Fleetwood Mac this week in 1975. They hit the scene with a revamped band going from being a blues orientated band to more of a pop sound with addition of two new members Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham.
One of my favorite musical artists Stevie Ray Vaughan hit the music charts this week in 1983 with his debut album “Texas Flood”. The album took just 3 days to record. The session was done at Jackson Browne’s home studio in Los Angeles.
The world of rock & roll changed big time in the summer of 1967 and one of the main driving forces was the debut album from The Doors. This week 46 years ago “Light My Fire” hit the Top 40 music charts eventually it would be #1 nationwide.
This the week back in 1972 that Alice Cooper hit the charts with his tune about something we can all relate to getting out of school for the summer. "Schools Out" is the title track from Alice Cooper’s fifth studio album.
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