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Records That Made History

Led Zeppelin – Presence

Presence is the seventh studio album by Led Zeppelin, released in March 1976 on the Swan Song label.On August 5, 1975, Robert Plant was involved in a serious car accident on the island of Rhodes, leaving him with an ankle problem and unable to tour. This led the band to begin recording their next album, with most of the songs being written in Malibu, California by Jimmy Page and Robert […]

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The J. Geils Band – Blow Your Face Out

Blow Your Face Out is the second live album by American rock band The J. Geils Band, released in 1976.The album was recorded at two concerts held in November 1975. The first was at Boston Garden, in the band's hometown, on November 15 and was recorded by Record Plant East Remote and David Hewitt. The second was recorded by Metro Audio Detroit four nights later at Cobo Hall in Detroit, […]

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John Campbell – One Believer

Bluesman John Campbell's Elektra Records debut is a curious affair with more than one respect despite its apparent perfection and original voice.The first oddity of the case is the fact that Campbell signed. Clearly in 1990, when Campbell was agreeing and signing his contract with the label, record company executives were still interested in finding new and original talent to develop for a while and market. One Believer was out […]

todayFebruary 10, 2024 5

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Gary Moore – Still Got The Blues

Still Got The Blues is the eighth solo studio album by Northern Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released on March 26, 1990. This LP marked a significant shift in style for Moore, who prior to this album, was primarily known for his rock and hard rock music with Skid Row, Thin Lizzy, G-Force, Greg Lake, but also during his own extensive solo career, as well as his jazz-fusion work with Colosseum […]

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The Ides of March – Vehicle

Vehicle is the debut album by Ides Of March, released in 1970. The album's title single, "Vehicle", became the fastest selling single in Warner history.The Ides Of March were local heroes in Chicago for several years, playing British Invasion-style pop and enjoying local hits with songs like "You Will Not Listen" and "Roller Coaster" before becoming nationally known in the early 1970s with the hit single "Vehicle", a classic mix […]

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Rory Gallagher – Calling Card

Calling Card is the eighth studio album by Irish guitarist and singer Rory Gallagher, released in 1976 and the second of four albums he released with Chrysalis Records in the ‘70s. All song compositions are by Rory Gallagher with the album to be considered a milestone in his career.Calling Card was co-produced with Gallagher by Deep Purple and Rainbow bassist Roger Glover. It was Gallagher's first time working with a […]

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Malo – Malo

Malo is the first album by the 12-piece band Malo from San Francisco, released in 1972. Their name means "bad" in Spanish but good in the Mayan language.On April 22, 1972, Malo performed the song "Suavecito" on the ABC-TV program "American Bandstand". Two months earlier, on February 27, 1972, "Suavecito" had entered the Billboard Hot Top 100 at No. 76, and on April 30 of the same year, it reached […]

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Robert Cray – Strong Persuader

Strong Persuader is the fifth studio album by American blues guitarist and singer Robert Cray. Recorded by Cray at Sage & Sound and Haywood Studios in Los Angeles, produced by Bruce Bromberg and Dennis Walker, it was released on November 17, 1986 by Mercury Records and Hightone Records. Strong Persuader became the group's breakout hit and since 1995 has sold over two million copies, later entering No. 42 on Rolling […]

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Eric Clapton – E.C. Was Here

E. C. Was Here is a 1975 album by Eric Clapton, recorded live in 1974 and 1975 at the Long Beach Arena, Hammersmith Odeon and Providence Civic Center by Record Plant Remote during Clapton's first tour after Derek And The Dominos in 1970 and their live album In Concert.After his recovery from heroin addiction in 1974 and his subsequent comeback with the album 461 Ocean Boulevard, the guitar legend kept […]

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