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Ain't no cure

Steve Kline Ages of Rock

November 7, 1958

Eddie Cochran makes his U.K. chart debut with Summertime Blues, which peaks at #18 (it will rise to #8 in the U.S.) 11 more words

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Oh, no, no, no

Steve Kline Ages of Rock

November 5, 1966

The Monkees are atop the U.S. singles chart with Last Train to Clarksville. It is the group’s first #1 hit.  66 more words

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Like honey from a bee

Steve Kline Ages of Rock

November 4, 1957

Jackie Wilson makes his U.S. chart debut with Reet Petite. Twenty-nine years later, it will be a #1 hit in the U.K. 29 more words

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I just wanna hear you say

Steve Kline Ages of Rock

November 1, 1955

R&B group The Famous Flames, led by singer James Brown, cut their first demo of… 37 more words

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The stars look very different today

Steve Kline Ages of Rock

October 31, 1969

David Bowie appears at a Halloween night at the General Gordon, Gravesend, England. The gig lasts about 15 minutes. 44 more words

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Things they do look awful c-c-cold

Steve Kline Ages of Rock

October 29, 1965

The Who release the single My Generation in the U.K. The song is named the 11th greatest song by Rolling Stone on its list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and 13th on VH1’s list of the 100 Greatest Songs of Rock & Roll. 36 more words

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He played Fire on the Mountain

Steve Kline Ages of Rock

October 28, 1936

Born this day in Wilmington, North Carolina — Charlie Daniels, who is known for his #1 country hit… 39 more words

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