Today in Rock History – September 18th

1968, Working at Abbey Road studios on new songs for their forthcoming White Album, The Beatles recorded 20 takes of “Birthday.” Roadie Mal Evans added handclaps, and Yoko Ono and Pattie Harrison contributed backing vocals on the track. 1968,  The Doors film a six-song set for Danish Radio Television  at TV-Byen in Gladsaxe, near Copenhagen, […]

Today in Rock History – June 20th

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1966, The Beatles release their album Yesterday & Today, featuring the band wearing butcher’s aprons on the front cover surrounded by decapitated baby dolls. It is probably supposed to be a comment on Vietnam, but instead, Capitol quickly withdraws the sleeve, making it one of the most prized Beatles collectibles 1967, At San Francisco’s Golden […]

Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Make It With You” by Bread

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To some, Bread’s brand of soft rock was nothing more than insipid drivel. To others they were purveyors of well-crafted, easy listening staples that provided some of the greatest guilty pleasures to be heard on AM radio during the early ‘70s. To me, their songs were minor annoyances that didn’t make me rush to change […]