There are many who want to believe that the members of Pink Floyd had everything to do with the synchronization of their classic 1973 album "The Dark Side of the Moon" with the 1939 film "The Wizard Of Oz". I, however, would like to believe it was something far bigger than that.
Anyone who thinks downloading a new album off of the internet is no different than actually holding a copy of it in your hands is experiencing a serious lapse of reason. Hopefully for their sake it is only momentary.
On Tuesday night Justin Hayward entertained i95 listeners with an amazing live concert at The Ridgefield Playhouse. On that same night in 1972, Hayward and his band The Moody Blues were sitting proudly at the top of the charts with an epic piece of music that sounds just as brilliant 42 years later: 'Nights In White Satin'.
I wonder if Johnny Mathis got misty when he first heard "Dark Side of the Moon". After all, that album was going to eventually leave him as helpless as a kitten up a tree.
On this day in 1983 Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" marked its 491st week on the Billboard album chart. That number was a significant one since it set a new record for most weeks on the chart. Now here's a question that you may not know the answer to: Which album held the previous record?
The classic horror film "Halloween" made it's debut in theaters 36 years ago (October 17th, 1978). Much like Michael Myers' victims no one, even the people that actually made the movie, could see what was coming next.
This little film with a shoe-string budget about a soulless serial killer was about to make movie history.
In honor of Sammy Hagar's birthday today I give you the ten best examples of why he has one of the most powerful voices in Rock 'N' Roll. Here are the ten highest of high notes from the Red Rocker himself:
No matter what their age AC/DC has always been able to maintain a no-holds barred, teenage-like youthful energy with every new album and tour. For the first time, however, they will be called upon to do it without their brother in blood and in song Malcolm Young.
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