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Listen: The Doors release new track from debut album.


The Doors

Light My Fire

April 28th, 1967 - The Doors released the second single from their self-titled debut album. The track "Light My Fire"

Curtis Knight feat Jimi Hendrix re-works Dylan's 'Like A Rolling Stone'


Curtis Knight and the Squires

How Would You Feel

October 6th, 1965 - Curtis Knight and The Squires featuring a twenty-three year-old Jimi Hendrix on lead guitar recorded

Sonny Bono goes solo on new single


Sonny Bono

Laugh At Me

"Laugh At Me", the only solo hit ever recorded by Sonny Bono, is far from the quality achieved through his collaborative efforts.

The Leaves release the first version of Hey Joe


The Leaves

Hey Joe, Where You Gonna Go?

November, 1965 - American rock band The Leaves released their cover of "Hey Joe, Where You Gonna Go?" on the Mira record label. The origins of "Hey Joe" are disputed; however, Billy Roberts is

Bobby's As Mad As Hell, And He's Not Going To Take It Anymore!


Bob Dylan

Positively 4th Street

Bob Dylan made his bones penning one finger-pointin' classic after another. Whether he was taking on the "masters of war" or lamenting "two men dyin' 'neath the Mississippi moon"

Debut single from Levon & The Hawks - The Band!


Levon & The Hawks

The Stones I Throw (Will Free All Men)

From June to mid-August 1965, (thanks to a tip from friend, Conway Twitty), Levon & the Hawks had a summer-long gig on the New Jersey Shore. The joint, Tony Mart's, was about 15 minutes outside of

New single from Bob Dylan!


Bob Dylan

Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?

​It was an evening in September 1965, “Positively 4th Street” was riding high on the charts and I was sitting in my bedroom, pretending to do my homework, when the phone rang. A friend from school

One for the Frenchies! 'Dieu est à nos cotés'


Hugues Aufray

Dieu est à nos cotés (With God On Our Side)

In June of 1965 French singer-songwriter Hugues Aufray released an album of Bob Dylan covers, Aufray Chante Dylan. During the recording of the album in May 1964, Aufray invited Dylan to stay with him

A look back at The Mamas & The Papas' 'California Dreamin''


The Mamas & The Papas

California Dreamin'

I doubt anyone is happy to admit it, but the thing about the first Mamas and Papas' album was right there in the condescending title: If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears.

Listen to The Kinks latest single, 'Till the End of the Day'


The Kinks

Till The End Of The Day

November 19th, 1965 - English rock group The Kinks released "Till The End Of The Day" as a single, with "Where Have All The Good Times Gone" as the B-Side.

The Beatles release double A-sided single from Rubber Soul sessions


The Beatles

We Can Work It Out

"We Can Work It Out" was one of those half dozen songs, first heard in a car, that stunned me with its depth and beauty. In those days, songs were best heard first in a car, freezing the moment

Australian duo George and Ken Assang record gospel


Assang Brothers

Just A Closer Walk With Thee

November, 1965 - Australian duo George and Ken Assang released a cover of the traditional gospel song, "Just A Closer Walk With Thee".

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