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Paul McCartney Takes On The Queen

Flashback today in 1969, Paul McCartney is at Abbey Road Studios in London all by himself and records The Beatles shortest song “Her Majesty” his tribute to Queen Elizabeth.

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Jeff Beck With The Yardbirds Timeline 1966

To the best of my knowledge this is the first appearance of Psychedelic rock guitar licks. Its Jeff Beck playing lead guitar with The Yardbirds doing "Over, Under, Sideways, Down"

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47 Years Ago Wild Thing Is Released

Here’s a song that always puts a grin on my face. Flashing back to 1966 with The Troggs and their one big hit record “Wild Thing”.

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Happy Global Beatles Day

Today is Global Beatles Day because on June 25,1967 The Beatles made communication history with the first live global television link.

400 million people in 26 countries watched via satellite.

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The Album That Put Peter Frampton On The Map

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”.

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The Rolling Stones Number One In 1965

The Rolling Stones continue with their tour Thursday night in Toronto, celebrating 50 years of rocking.

This week in 1965, The Rolling Stones put out one their most famous tunes "Satisfaction".

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The Who Captured Live And Loud In 1970

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.

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The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers Revisited

The Rolling Stones continue their “50 Year and Counting” tour with next stop Saturday in Toronto.

This week in 1971 the Stones “Sticky Fingers” album was #1 nationwide. What a great collection of tunes some say one of the best albums the band put out.

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Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours Album Huge 36 Years Ago

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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Billy Squier 32 Years Ago Was Rocking

Let’s flashback to May 16, 1981. Billy Squier’s great  love song “The Stroke” enters the singles charts on its way to number 17. Billy is hot stuff nationwide.

See for yourself how hot Billy was.

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The Eagles Number One Nationwide In 1977

Let’s flashback to this week in 1977 and the #1 single in the U.S.A. was the title track from The Eagles “Hotel California”.

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The Rolling Stones 49 Years Ago

Set the “Carl Coffey Rock and Roll Wayback Machine” to May 2, 1964.The Rolling Stones enter the music charts in the U.S.A. for the first time with their cover of Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away".

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