Every Billboard Hot 100 Single 1970:#572:”Immigrant Song”- Led Zeppelin. November 21, 1970. Single:”Immigrant Song”- Led Zeppelin Record Company- Atlantic Genre: Rock Written by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant Time: 2:21 B-side:” Hey, Hey, What Can I Do” Album- Led Zeppelin III Grade: A+ Peaked at #16 13 weeks in Billboard Hot 100. Led Zeppelin- the […]EVERY BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLE 1970: #572:”IMMIGRANT SONG”- LED ZEPPELIN — slicethelife
A review of Johnny Cash’s With Hit Hot And Blue Guitar 1957 debut album.Johnny Cash – With His Hot And Blue Guitar (1957) — The Ultimate Music Library
This song, written by guitarist and vocalist Justin Hayward, is from the Moody Blues’ Seventh Sojourn album, released in 1972.
To my mind, this is one of the most beautifully written and produced songs that I know — and so underrated.
What is more, its message is very poignant for our times, a time of change, where new horizons are literally opening up for us, so we can leave all our present nightmares behind. Godspeed to us all.
Copyright Francis 2020
A review of the first classic album by the Grateful Dead in 1970 – Workingman’s Dead.Grateful Dead – Workingman’s Dead (1970) — The Ultimate Music Library
I have loved Clannad for many years, the family of musicians from County Donegal in the north west of the Irish Republic. They are most notable for singing folk songs in their native Irish tongue, though not exclusively.
This song comes from their 1987 album ‘Sirius’, probably one of their most ‘commercial’ albums, with some really gorgeous tunes, including this one, ‘Turning Tide’; it speaks volumes to me now all these years later — especially the symbolism and imagery, so appropriate to what is going on in our world at present. Take note of the lyrics.
Copyright Francis 2020
Girls! Girls! Girls! -“Veronica”- Elvis Costello. Elvis Costello is another one of those artists- like a Neil Young or a Bob Dylan- an album oriented artist-not a singles artist. Elvis has had only two Top 40 hits in the United States- “Veronica” being his biggest hit #19 in 1989 off of his Spike album. This […]GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! “VERONICA”- ELVIS COSTELLO — slicethelife
On this day, November 22, 1913 English composer, conductor, and pianist. Edward Benjamin Britten was born He was a central figure of 20th-century British music, with a range of works including opera, other vocal music, orchestral and chamber pieces. His best-known works include the opera Peter Grimes (1945), the War Requiem (1962) and the orchestral […]Edward Benjamin Britten [1913-1976] — Marina Kanavaki
November 22, 1963 was a dark day in history with the assassination of President John F. Kennedy- and with the assassination the deaths of C.S. Lewis and Aldous Huxley received little attention at the time. One great thing did happen on this day though- The Beatles released their second album in the UK- With The […]SOMETHING GREAT HAPPENED 57 YEARS AGO TODAY- NOVEMBER 22, 1963 — slicethelife
A review of U2’s classic album release of 1987 – The Joshua Tree.U2 – The Joshua Tree (1987) — The Ultimate Music Library
Billboard #1 Hits: #245: “I Think I Love You”- The Partridge Family. November 21, 1970. 3 weeks in Billboard Hot 100. Single: “I Think I Love You”- The Partridge Family Record Company- Bell Genre: Pop Written by Tony Romeo Time: 2:54 B-side: “Somebody Wants To Love You” Album- The Partridge Family Album Grade: A- Peaked […]BILLBOARD #1 HITS: #245: “I THINK I LOVE YOU”- THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY – NOVEMBER 21, 1970 — slicethelife
Every Billboard Hot 100 Single 1970: #537- “No Matter What”- Badfinger. October 31, 1970. Single: “No Matter What”- Badfinger Record Company- Apple Genre: Pop Written by Pete Ham Time: 2:57 B-side:” Carry On Till Tomorrow” Album- No Dice Grade: A+ Peaked at #8 12 weeks in Billboard Hot 100. Badfinger- a rock band from Sawnsea, […]EVERY BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLE 1970: #537: “NO MATTER WHAT”- BADFINGER — slicethelife