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This Historic Day In Music: “Like A Rolling Stone”

Bob Dylan started recording songs for his sixth album on Tuesday, June 15, 1965. The session was held in Columbia Records’ Studio A, located at 799 Seventh Avenue in New York City. Tom Wilson was the producer and the band … Continue reading

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On This Historic Day In Music: Columbia Records, PC 33795

“The release date is just one day. The record is forever.” Bruce Springsteen, 1975 Forty years ago today, on August 25, 1975, Columbia Records released Born To Run, the third album by the New Jersey-born, songwriter/singer/guitarist Bruce Springsteen. The song … Continue reading

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This Historic Day In Music: Columbia Records CL 1779 / CS 8579

It was an album of Folk music. It premiered the work of a 20-year-old musician that the LP’s liner notes proclaimed to be “one of the most compelling white blues singers ever recorded,” “a songwriter of exceptional facility and cleverness,” … Continue reading

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