Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Good Shepherd” by Jefferson Airplane

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The epiphany of an eight year old… The backdrop of my childhood played out with images of the Viet Nam war and the unrest that culminated in the protests at the 1968 Democratic Convention coming over the television screen. While I wasn’t privy to what it all meant, I did know that the world around […]

Today in Rock History – May 13th

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1967, The Monkees second album “More Of The Monkees”, went to No.1 on the charts. In 1967 only four albums reached No.1; “The Sound Of Music” which spent 17 weeks at No.1, The Beatles “Sgt Pepper”s”, 25 weeks at No.1 and The Monkees first and second albums spent 9 weeks at No.1. 1967, The Supremes […]

Today in Rock History – April 24th

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1968, Enjoying a wild birthday party Keith Moon drummer with The Who drove his Lincoln car into a Holiday Inn swimming pool. 1968, Louis Armstrong was at No.1 in the UK with the single ‘What A Wonderful World / Cabaret.’ At 69 years of age, it made Armstrong the oldest act ever to score a […]