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Gram Parsons End At Joshua Tree, No Nukes, Simon And Garfunkel Play To Half-Million At Central Park: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

Creedence Clearwater Revival were at their peak today in 1969. Their album Green River was at number one on the U.S. album charts, and the song… 507 more words


GRAM PARSONS - Died This Date 19th September 1973

With the benefit of hindsight, Cecil Connor III, rather better known to us as Gram Parsons, was always a candidate to live fast and die young. 350 more words


The Story: The Byrds

What do you get when you cross the eclectic, electric sounds of The Beatles with the hip-folk Americana of Bob Dylan?

Why, those high-flyin’, no ” i ” in Byrds, of course! 430 more words

The Story

The FLYING BURRITO BROTHERS - “The Gilded Palace of Sin” Classic Albums Re-Issue by Intervention Records

In 1969, The Flying Burrito Brothers welcomed listeners into their “Gilded Palace Of Sin”.  The album, released on Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss’ A&M… 1,744 more words


Christine songs

This article is due to be published on Valentine’s Day and is honour of she who has been known as My Beloved Wife whenever mentioned in previous editions of this blog. 1,168 more words


The ROLLING STONES - " Wild Horses " Gram Parsons and Keith Richards

Did Gram Parsons wrote “Wild Horses.”

Or at least maybe he co-wrote it. maybe he gave the lyrics to Keith. Whatever, I don’t care. Is it  505 more words