July 3rd a dark day in Rock and Roll. In 1969, one of the original Rolling Stones Brian Jones died in his swimming pool he was 27 years old. Alcohol and barbiturates were found in his blood. His death was declared death by accident.
One of the best selling rock and roll concert albums of all time was being recorded at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco today June 13, 1975. Peter Frampton played the first of two shows that were used to make his #1, multi-million selling double LP collection “Frampton Comes Alive”.
One of the greatest live rock albums was released this week back in 1970. The Who's "Live at Leeds," recorded at The University of Leeds in England. "Live At Leeds" eventually hit #4 on the album charts with over two million copies sold.
Flashing back to this week in 1977, Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours” was hanging on to the position of #1 album in the U.S.A. It would hold on to this ranking for over six months. At last count, "Rumours" has sold over 45 million copies worldwide.
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