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Elvis Costello exploded on the late-1970s music scene as part of a new wave of brash singer/songwrit…[more]

David Bowie Featured Article with Music, Photos, Videos

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A consummate musical chameleon, David Bowie created a career in the ’60s and ’70s that f…[more]

Can Feature with Vintage Photos & Videos

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June 2003 marked the 35th anniversary of the founding of Can when Holger Czukay (bass), David Johnso…[more]

Talking Heads Feature With Vintage Photos & Videos

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Talking Heads was a band of smart, self-conscious white musicians intrigued by the rhythms and spiri…[more]

Nick Drake Feature with Vintage Photos & Video Documentary

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Described by his mother Molly as being tall, very tall, about six foot three. His shoulders were bro…[more]

The Velvet Underground Feature with Vintage Photos & Videos

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The Velvet Underground never sold many records, but, as many have said, it seems like every one of t…[more]

Cheap Trick Feature with Photos & Videos

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Cheap Trick is an American rock band from Rockford, Illinois, that gained popularity in the late 197…[more]

Ramones Feature With Vintage Photos & Videos

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Arthur Lee & Love Feature with Vintage Photos & Videos

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Led Zeppelin’s John Bonham True Story

Led Zeppelin’s John Bonham True Rock Star Story

In 1970, the band held a press conference in a Copenhagen art gallery. A critic started conversing with Bonham about a painting. Bonham cut him short and asked, “Do you want to know what I think of this paintin?” The critic answered, “Yes.” Bonham lifted the artwork off the wall and smashed it on the critic’s head. Bonham asked, “Are there any other paintings you’d like me to critique tonight?”

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The Rolling Stones Some Girls Reissue

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Enthused by the contemporary influences of punk and disco, the Stones’ 1978 offering Some Girls was easily their best since Exile on Main Street, spawning such hits as “Miss You”, “Beast of Burden” and “Respectable”.

And as the extra dozen outtakes confirm, there was plenty to spare, from the rollicking R&B of “So Young” and Chicago blues of “When You’re Gone” to the frowsy country style of “No Spare Parts” and the Hank Williams cover “You Win Again”, with Ronnie Wood’s lachrymose pedal steel curling around the songs. The opener “Claudine” is a Jerry Lee Lewis-style rockabilly rave-up, in which Jagger doggedly breaches PC protocol with his advice to keep the safety catch on when pistol-whipping one’s wife. It all adds up to probably the best Stones album since… well, since Some Girls, actually.

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Retro Rebirth At The WFMU Record Fair This Weekend

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Jimmy Page found guilty of possessing cocaine.

Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page was given a 12-month conditional discharge after being found guilty of possessing cocaine.

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Led Zeppelin broke up in 1980 following the death of drummer John Bonham at Page’s home, The Old Mill House at Clewer in Berkshire.

For some time Jimmy Page refused to touch a guitar out of sadness for the loss of his friend Bonham, but he eventually made a return to the stage at a Jeff Beck show in March 1981 at the Hammersmith Odeon.

Also in 1981 Jimmy Page joined with Yes bassist Chris Squire and drummer Alan White to form a supergroup called XYZ (for ex-Yes-Zeppelin). They rehearsed several times, but the project was shelved. Demos of these sessions have turned up on bootleg and they reveal that some of the material emerged on later projects, notably The Firm’s “Fortune Hunter” and Yes songs “Mind Drive” and “Can You Imagine?”. Page would later join Yes on stage in 1984 at Westfalenhalle in Dortmund, Germany, playing “I’m Down”.

In 1982 Jimmy Page collaborated with director Michael Winner to record the Death Wish II soundtrack. This, and several subsequent Page recordings including Death Wish III soundtrack (1985), were recorded and produced at his own recording studio, The Sol in Cookham, which he had purchased from Gus Dudgeon in the early 1980s.

Retro History for October 7 The 50s 60s 70s 80s

Retro History For The Decade 1980

1989 Radio talk show host Larry King weds Julie Alexander
1989 Rickey Henderson steals a record 8 bases in a play off (5 games)
1988 Dallas Green replaces Lou Pinella as New York Yankee manager
1988 Jim Fregosi is fired as manager of White Sox
1988 Latvian flag raised in Riga for 1st time since annexation by U.S.S.R.
1988 Lou Piniella is fired as manager of Yankees for 2nd time
1988 Robin Givens files for divorce after 8-month marriage to Mike Tyson
1988 WNBC 660 final transmission, WFAN moves from 1050 to 660 and WUKQ begins on 1050 at 5:30 PM (New York City radio)
1986 1st edition British newspaper “Independent” begins publishing
1985 21st Space Shuttle Mission (51-J)-Atlantis 1 lands at Edwards AFB
1985 KHQ-AM in Spokane Washington’s final transmission
1985 Lynette Woodward, chosen as 1st woman on Harlem Globetrotters
1985 PLO terrorists sieze Italian cruise liner Achille Lauro
1984 Striking umps return for Game 5 of NLCS, San Diego Padres win pennant
1984 Walter Payton passes Jim Brown as NFL’s career rushing leader
1982 “Cats” opens at Winter Garden Theater New York City for 5000+ performances
1982 Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page was given a 12-month conditional discharge after being found guilty of possessing cocaine.
1982 Olof Palme forms Swedish government
1981 Hosni Mubarak became acting-president of Egypt
1981 In 1st Eastern Division championship Yankees beat Brewers 5-3
1980 Belgium 3rd government of Martens resigns

Retro History For The Decade 1970

1979 “1940′s Radio Hour” opens at St. James Theater New York City for 105 performances
1979 “Eubie!” closes at Ambassador Theater New York City after 439 performances
1979 Cleveland Browns’ Dino Hall sets club records with 9 kickoff returns
1979 Debbie Massey wins LPGA Wheeling Golf Classic
1979 U.S.S.R. performs underground nuclear test
1978 Los Angeles Dodgers win the pennant
1978 U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test
1977 Guitarist Steve Hackett quits Genesis
1977 U.S.S.R. adopts constitution
1975 Players’ Association, files a suit on behalf of Dodgers Andy Messersmith
1975 U.S. decides John Lennon won’t be deported due to U.K. pot conviction
1974 East Germany amends constitution
1973 Sandra Haynie wins LPGA Lincoln-Mercury Golf Open
1972 1st season game at Nassau Coliseum, Flames-3, Islanders-2
1971 T McNally’s “Where has Tommy Flowers gone?,” premieres in New York City

Retro History For The Decade 1960

1969 WJMN TV channel 3 in Escanaba, MI (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting
1968 Motion Picture Association of America adopts film rating system
1967 Beatles turn down $1 million New York concert offer by Sid Berstein
1967 Rolf Hochhuths “Soldaten,” premieres in West Berlin
1965 50 mph gust carries 165 lb Robert Mitera’s tee shot 447
1965 Charles Linster does 6,006 consecutive push-ups
1965 Robert Mitera aces 447-yd 10th hole at Miracle Hills, Omaha, Nebr to score world’s longest straight hole-in-one
1964 New York Yankees make 14th appearance in last 16 and 29th in 61 World Series
1963 Bobby Baker resigns as Senate Democratic secretary
1963 Hurricane Flora hits Haiti and Dominican Republic, kills 7,190
1963 John F. Kennedy signs ratification for nuclear test ban treaty
1962 8th LPGA Championship won by Judy Kimball
1962 U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya U.S.S.R.
1961 “Bye Bye Birdie” closes at Martin Beck Theater New York City after 607 performances
1961 15th NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Chicago 3-1 at Chicago
1960 “Route 66″ premieres
1960 2nd John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon debate

Retro History For The Decade 1950

1959 “Happy Town” opens at 84th St. Theater New York City for 5 performances
1959 Far side of Moon seen for 1st time, compliments of U.S.S.R.’s Luna 3
1958 Potter Stewart appointed to U.S. Supreme Court
1958 U.S. manned space-flight project renamed Project Mercury
1957 “American Bandstand” premieres
1957 KOAC TV channel 7 in Corvallis, OR (PBS) begins broadcasting
1957 Louise Suggs wins LPGA Heart of America Golf Invitational
1956 Mary Lena Faulk wins LPGA Heart of America Golf Open
1955 Aircraft carrier USS Saratoga at Brooklyn launched
1954 Hassan el Hodeiby, leader of Moslem brothership, arrested in Egypt
1954 Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Ad Sinarum gentem
1953 Bill Veeck tells Browns stockholders he faces bankruptcy unless they drop their suit to block his move to Baltimore, they comply
1952 New York Yankees beat Dodgers 4 games to 3 in 49th World Series
1952 1st “Bandstand” broadcast in Philadelphia on WFIL-TV (Dick Clark joins in 1955 as a substitute-host)
1952 Yankees tie their own record of 4 consecutive World Series wins
1951 David Ben-Gurion forms Israeli government
1950 New York Yankees sweep Philadelphia Phillies in 47th World Series
1950 U.S. forces invade Korea by crossing 38th parallel
1950 Walter Bedell Smith replaces Roscoe H Hillenkoetter as 4th CIA head
1950 Whitey Ford wins his 1st World Series game, 5-2
1950 William H. Jackson, becomes deputy director of CIA
1950 Yankees win 13th world championship sweeping Phillies

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Mick Jagger apologizes for Some Girls racist lyrics

Mick Jagger apologizes for racist lyrics in “Some Girls” on October 6, 1978.

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Some Girls is the 14th British and 16th American studio album by The Rolling Stones, released in 1978 on Rolling Stones Records, catalogue COC 39108. It peaked at #1 on the Billboard 200, and became the band’s biggest-selling album in the United States, and has been certified by the RIAA as having six million copies sold as of 2000.

Mick Jagger is generally regarded as the principal creative force behind Some Girls, a conception that, though disputable (Richards was present at all of the sessions), is plausible considering Richards’ various legal entanglements at the time (see below).

Jagger claimed in a 1995 interview to have written a great number of the album’s songs (though when the amount was pointed out to him he denied that the record was mostly his own), including its signature song, “Miss You”. In addition to punk, Jagger claims to have been influenced by dance music, most notably disco, during the recording of Some Girls, and cites New York City as a major inspiration for the album, an explanation for his lyrical preoccupation with the city throughout.

There was some controversy surrounded the lyrics that Mick Jagger wrote to the title song, an extended musing on women of various nationalities and races.

The line “Black girls just wanna get fucked all night” drew strong protests from various groups, including Jesse Jackson’s PUSH. Jagger famously replied, “I’ve always said, you can’t take a joke, it’s too fucking bad,” although he was reportedly more conciliatory to Jackson in private, as he claimed the song was intended as a parody of racist attitudes. Saturday Night Live cast member Garrett Morris would have the final say on the controversy with a mock-editorial on the show’s Weekend Update segment: After giving the impression that he was going to openly criticize the Stones, he quoted a sanitized version of the “Black girls just…” line, then stated “I have one thing to say to you, Mr. Mick Jagger… where are these women?!?”

Retro History for October 6 The 50s 60s 70s 80s

Retro History For The Decade 1980

1988 Oakland A’s sweep Boston Red Sox in 4 games for AL pennant
1987 Military coup leader Major-General Sitiveni Rabuka declares Fiji a republic
1986 Russian nuclear sub sinks in Atlantic Ocean
1985 Marita Koch of Germany sets 400m woman’s record (47.6) in Australia
1985 Yankee Phil Niekro becomes 18th pitcher to win 300 games and also at 46 becomes oldest to pitch a shut-out beating Toronto 8-0
1984 Ayako Okamoto wins LPGA Hitachi Ladies British Golf Open
1983 Buffalo Bill quarterback Joe Ferguson passes 419 yards with 5 TDs
1983 China performs nuclear test at Lop Nor PRC
1983 Islander’s Mike Bossy’s 25th career hat trick
1983 New York Jets announce they are leaving Shea for Meadowlands
1983 U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Semipalitinsk, Eastern Kazakhstan U.S.S.R.
1982 Auburn’s Al Del Greco kicks 6 field goals
1982 Fokker’s Fellowship crashes at Moerdijk, Netherlands, 17-22 die
1980 Guyana adopts constitution
1980 John Lydon sentenced to 3 months on assault charges

Retro History For The Decade 1970

1979 Harry Drake set long distance footbow shot record of 2,006 yards 1’9″
1979 Pope John Paul II is 1st Pope to visit White House
1978 Hannah H Gray inaugurated as 1st female head of U.S. university (Chic)
1978 Iraq declares Ayatollah Khomeini an undesirable person
1978 Mick Jagger apologizes for racist lyrics in “Some Girls”
1978 Royals’ George Brett hits 3 home runs, Yankees win championship game 3, 6-5
1977 DL Coburns “Gin Game,” premieres in New York City
1977 Yankees win AL pennant by rallying for 3 runs in 9th to beat Kansas City Royals 5-3 in 5th and deciding playoff game
1976 “Gang of Four” arrested in Beijing
1976 Cubans DC-8 crashes after bomb attack
1976 John Hathaway completes 50,600 mile bicycle tour of every continent
1976 President Ford says there is “no Soviet domination in Eastern Europe”
1974 “Mack and Mabel,” opens at Majestic Theater New York City for 66 performances
1974 Carole Jo Skala wins LPGA Sacramento Union Ladies Golf Classic
1973 Yom Kippur War begins as Syria and Egypt attack Israel
1972 22-car train carrying 2,000 pilgrims derails, kills 208 in Mexico

Retro History For The Decade 1960

1969 WMPB TV channel 67 in Baltimore, MD (PBS) begins broadcasting
1967 Haight-Ashbury hippies throw a funneral to mark end of hippies
1967 U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test
1966 Oriole Jim Palmer, 20, is youngest to pitch a World Series shutout
1966 Partial meltdown at Detroits’s Fermi 1 nuclear reactor
1965 Supremes release “I Hear a Symphony”
1965 William Goodhart’s “Generation,” premieres in New York City
1964 “Cambridge Circus” opens at Plymouth Theater New York City for 23 performances
1963 Barbra Streisand appears on “Judy Garland Show”
1963 Los Angeles Dodgers sweep New York Yankees, in 60th World Series
1962 16th NHL All-Star Game: Toronto beat All4-Stars -1 at Toronto
1962 U.S. performs atmospheric nuclear test at Johnston Island
1961 John F. Kennedy advises Americans to build fallout shelters
1961 U.S.S.R. performs nuclear tests at Kapustin Yar and Novaya Zemlya U.S.S.R.

Retro History For The Decade 1950

1959 Single game World Series attendence record set (92,706 in LA)
1959 Soviet Luna 3, 1st successful photographic spacecraft, impacts Moon
1958 U.S. nuclear sub USS Seawolfe remains record 60 days under pole
1957 U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya U.S.S.R.
1957 Wiffi Smith wins LPGA United Voluntary Services Golf Open
1956 Dmitri Shostakovich’s 6th Iron quartet premieres in Leningrad
1956 Dr. Albert Sabin discovers oral polio vaccine
1956 South African politician “Kobie” Coetsee marries Helena E Malan
1955 LSD made illegal in U.S.
1953 WTVM TV channel 9 in Columbus, Georgia (ABC) begins broadcasting
1951 Stalin proclaims Russia has atom bomb

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Johnny Cash arrested crossing the Mexican border in 1965

Johnny Cash was arrested crossing the Mexican border into El Paso, Texas after customs officials found 100’s of pills in his guitar case. He received a suspended jail sentence and a $1,000 fine on October 5, 1965.

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Johnny Cash (February 26, 1932 – September 12, 2003) was an American singer-songwriter, actor, and author, who has been called one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century.

Although he is primarily remembered as a country music artist, his songs and sound spanned many other genres including rockabilly and rock and roll—especially early in his career—as well as blues, folk, and gospel. This crossover appeal led to Cash being inducted in the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Gospel Music Hall of Fame. Late in his career, Cash covered songs by several rock artists.

Johnny Cash was known for his deep, distinctive bass-baritone voice; for the “boom-chicka-boom” sound of his Tennessee Three backing band; for his rebelliousness, coupled with an increasingly somber and humble demeanor; for providing free concerts inside prison walls; and for his dark performance clothing, which earned him the nickname “The Man in Black”.

He traditionally started his concerts by saying, “Hello, I’m Johnny Cash.” and usually following it up with his standard “Folsom Prison Blues.”

In June 1965, his truck caught fire due to an overheated wheel bearing, triggering a forest fire that burned several hundred acres in Los Padres National Forest in California. When the judge asked Cash why he did it, Cash said, “I didn’t do it, my truck did, and it’s dead, so you can’t question it.” The fire destroyed 508 acres (2.06 km2), burning the foliage off three mountains and killing 49 of the refuge’s 53 endangered condors. Cash was unrepentant: “I don’t care about your damn yellow buzzards.” The federal government sued him and was awarded $125,172 ($871,303 today). Cash eventually settled the case and paid $82,001. He said he was the only person ever sued by the government for starting a forest fire.

Although Johnny Cash carefully cultivated a romantic outlaw image, he never served a prison sentence. Despite landing in jail seven times for misdemeanors, each stay lasted only a single night. His most infamous run-in with the law occurred while on tour in 1965, when he was arrested by a narcotics squad in El Paso, Texas. The officers suspected that he was smuggling heroin from Mexico, but it was 688 Dexedrine capsules and 475 Equanil tablets that the singer had hidden inside his guitar case. Because they were prescription drugs rather than illegal narcotics, he received a suspended sentence.

Johnny Cash was later arrested on May 11, 1965, in Starkville, Mississippi, for trespassing late at night onto private property to pick flowers. (This incident gave the spark for the song “Starkville City Jail”, which he spoke about on his live At San Quentin prison album.)

Retro History for October 5 The 50s 60s 70s 80s

Retro History For The Decade 1980

1988 Brazil adopts its Constitution
1988 Chilean population agrees at referendum against Pinochet regime
1988 Israel bans Meir Kahane’s Kach Party on grounds of racism
1986 London Sunday Times reports Israel is stocking nuclear arms
1985 Grambling’s Eddie Robinson wins record 324th football game
1984 13th Space Shuttle Mission (41-G)-Challenger 6-launched
1983 Lech Walesa wins Nobel Peace Prize
1982 1st New Jersey Devils game, tie the Pitts Penguins 3-3 at the Meadowlands
1982 China performs nuclear test at Lop Nor PRC
1982 Hernan Siles Zuazo appointed president of Bolivia
1982 Unmanned rocket sled reaches 9,851 kph at White Sands, New Mexico
1981 Dutch guilder/Deutsche mark revalued up 5.5%
1981 Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg becomes an honarary American
1980 Formal opening of meditation hall of Zenshin Temple in Riverdale Bronx
1980 Kathy Whitworth/Donna Caponi Young win Portland Ping Team Golf Champ
1980 Yankees set AL attendance mark at 2,627,417

Retro History For The Decade 1970

1978 Isaac Bashevis Singer wins Nobel Prize for literature
1978 Sweden’s Falldin government falls
1977 “Hair” opens at Biltmore Theater New York City for 43 performances
1976 Seattle and Toronto picks 30 unprotected players on other AL rosters Ruppert Jones (Seattle) and Bob Bailor (Toronto) are picked 1st
1975 U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Semipalitinsk, Eastern Kazakhstan U.S.S.R.
1970 John Creach, joins Jefferson Airplane
1970 PBS becomes a network
1970 Quebec separatists kidnap British trade commissioner James Cross

Retro History For The Decade 1960

1969 Carol Mann wins LPGA Mickey Wright Golf Invitational
1969 Monty Python’s Flying Circus begins airing on BBC
1969 Tom Dempsey of New Orleans Saints kicks 55-yard field goal
1968 Battles between Catholic demonstrators and police in Londonderry
1968 KPLM (now KESQ) TV channel 42 in Palm Springs, California (ABC) begins
1965 Johnny Cash was arrested crossing the Mexican border into El Paso, Texas after customs officials found 100’s of pills in his guitar case. He received a suspended jail sentence and a $1,000 fine.
1965 Chuck Linster performs 6,006 consecutive push-ups
1965 Dick McInnes stays aloft almost 12 hours in a kite
1964 KIXE TV channel 9 in Redding, California (PBS) begins broadcasting
1964 San Francisco Fire Department Museum is dedicated
1963 17th NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Toronto 3-3 at Toronto
1963 Hyde St. Pier re-opens as State Historical Park
1963 Little Richard joins Everly Brothers Tour
1962 Beatles release their 1st record “Love Me Do”
1961 China and Nepal sign treaty
1960 British Labour party demands unilateral nuclear disarmament
1960 Eastern AL Electra turbo-prop crashed in Boston Harbor (61 die)
1960 KEYC TV channel 12 in Mankato, MN (CBS) begins broadcasting

Retro History For The Decade 1950

1958 KRTV TV channel 3 in Great Falls, Montana (CBS) begins broadcasting
1958 U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1958 U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya U.S.S.R.
1957 11th NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Montreal 5-3 at Montreal
1957 12th Ryder Cup: Britain – Ireland, 7 – 4 at Lindrick GC, England
1957 Yugoslav dissident Milovan Djilos sentenced to 7 years
1956 Yogi Berra becomes 4th Yank to hit a World Series grand slam
1954 Hurricane Hazel hits Eastern U.S.
1953 Earl Warren sworn in as 14th chief justice of U.S.
1953 50th World Series sees New York Yankees beat Dodgers, 4 games to 2, as New York Billy Martin’s 12 hits set record; Yankees win record 5th consec WS
1952 19th congress of Communist Party meets in Moscow
1952 6th NHL All-Star Game: 1st Team ties 2nd Team 1-1 at Detroit
1950 “Pardon Our French” opens at Broadway Theater New York City for 100 performances

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