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. E Street guitarist, rock and roll historian, and Sirius XM host Little Steven Van Zandt helped book the show, and the band played to sold out shows on Broadway where they were joyfully welcomed back.

Scott found a beautiful film clip of Otis Redding performing I'VE BEEN LOVING YOU TOO LONG at that very Festival. So let's go back to Northern California at the beginning of the Summer of Love and watch Otis Redding Live with pristine picture and audio. @

Janis had five Chart Singles including her only #1, "Me And Bobby McGee in 1971, written by her friend and sometime lover, Kris Kristofferson. Her Live Performances are legendary, she could take your breath away with the power of her voice and persona.

Dekker was a major force in the U.K. where he moved in the 1970s and had another Top 10 hit with a cover of Jimmy Cliff's"You Can Get If You Want It."

We are very fortunate to have a wonderfully restored video of Quicksilver performing their biggest single, FRESH AIR, Live at San Francisco's Winterland Ballroom in 1975 with superb sound. Note the great musicianship, these guys were real pros.

Understand that each time there was turnover they had to learn to play the other guys parts, and they were on tour. After Beck got well and rejoined The Birds they introduced the future: Two Lead Guitars doing Hard Psychedelic Rock and releasing the Classic Acid Tune:...

The Troggs had three songs go platinum (one million sales) during their career: "Wild Thing," " A Girl Like You" and my favorite, "Love Is In The Air," a nice ballad 180 degrees different than "Wild Thing."

And so they would be for the next couple of years with many hits, and setting the stage for the Folk/Country/ Rock Groups to come, like POCO and the EAGLES.

August 24, 2016

Their first big hit of note came when group leader Felix Cavaliere heard the original version of Good Lovin' by the Olympics being played on a New York Radio station.

July 25, 2015

It was the first Stones hit credited to have been written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, although Jagger later claimed the song was based on an earlier Staples Singers gospel song, "This Could Be The Last Time."

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