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"And the three men I admire most, the Father, Son, and the Holy Ghost, they caught the last train for the coast the day...the music...died." Don Mclean. American Pie.

David Bowie - Bowie At The Beeb: The Best Of The BBC Radio Sessions '68-'72 (4LP 180g Vinyl)

Previously released on CD, this is the debut of the Best Of David Bowie’s BBC radio sessions from 1968 – 1972 on vinyl.The set comes in a lift off lid box and features a full colour 20

Jan 15, 1972: "American Pie" hits #1 on the pop charts. On January 15, 1972, "American Pie,", an epic poem in musical form that has long been etched in the American popular consciousness, hits #1 on the Billboard charts.

JETHRO TULL: "THICK AS A BRICK" ( FULL ALBUM I) Side one No. Title "Thick as Brick, Part 1" Side two No. Title "Thick as Brick, Part 2" 1. Really Don't Mind/ See There a Son Is Born 2. The Poet and the Painter 3. What Do You Do When the Old Man's Gone? From the Upper Class 4. You Curl Your Toes in Fun / Childhood Heroes / Stabs Instrumental 5. See There a Man Is Born / Clear White Cirles 6. Legends and Believe in the Day 7. Tales of Your Life 8. Childhood Heroes Reprise.

Bettye LaVette Bettye LaVette (born Betty Haskins January 29 1946) is an American soul singer-songwriter who made her first record at sixteen but achieved only intermittent fame until 2005 with her album Ive Got My Own Hell to Raise. Her eclectic musical style combines elements of soul blues rock and roll funk gospel and country music. Life and career LaVette was born in Muskegon Michigan and raised in Detroit. Unlike many of her contemporaries she did not begin singing in the church but…

Although history will recall the Van der Graaf Generator as being a “progressive rock” group, in many respects, this assessment has more to do with timing than the actual music this far ahead-of-their-time band actually made. Imagine if Pawn Hearts, their masterpiece, was released in 1981 instead of 1971, if you take my point. It wasn’t for nuthin’ that the likes of John Lydon, Julian Cope and Marc Almond were such massive fans of the group. David Bowie, it is alleged, once refereed to…