Both songs, “Real Love” and “Free as a Bird” were two of three cassette demo tapes Lennon’s widow, Yoko Ono, bestowed upon the boys during the time they were construing the Anthology.
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When Clapton entered the studio that day, the mood is said to have instantaneously lifted.
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The Stray Cats did the seemingly impossible. They crafted original tunes that respectfully maintained the essence and style of the early Rock N’ Roll music.
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A few weeks prior to the Gatorbowl performance, the fab four caught wind about the intended segregation between blacks and whites brought forth by the Jacksonville venue.
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The 1960’s was inundated with outstanding dynamic duos that greatly impacted the music of their generation.
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Rousing the eruption of heartache and longing that is Eric Clapton’s “Layla,” and in turn inspiring what Frank Sinatra christened as the greatest love song of all time, “Something” written by George Harrison…
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…began smashing and bashing the guitar across the stage until the once prized possession was nothing but bits and bolts…
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Bob Dylan boldly ascended the Folk Festival stage with an electric guitar in hand, a Fender Stratocaster.
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there are many significant performances in Rock n’ Roll history that took place on The Ed Sullivan Show
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John Lennon was 17 years old when he was playing with his band, The Quarrymen, on July, 6 1957 at St. Peters church picnic in Liverpool, England.
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