….the Rolling Stones began a four week run at the top of the US singles charts with I Can’t Get No (Satisfaction), I couldn’t find a clip of them performing the song in the US in ’64 but did find this appearance on the Mike Douglas Show – incredibly this is 52 years ago!!
The Beatles’ first recording contract has been sold at auction in New York for $75,000 (£48,000). The 1961 contract resulted in the single My Bonnie, a rock-and-roll version of a children’s song. It was released under the band name Tony Sheridan and the Beat Brothers, but caught the attention of […read more…]
Few and far between, this is one for the investor or serious collector: Please Please Me – Rare 1963 UK STEREO 14-track vinyl LP on the legendary black & gold Parlophone label. This is the very first pressing with Dick James Music credits for Please Please Me, I Saw Her […read more…]
‘Blue & Lonesome’ is a real return to form for the Stones, all 12 tracks are covers (the first time they’ve done this), but not for Jagger and C0. rehashed versions of the Great American Songbook, oh no, here the good ‘ol boys delve back into their blues roots and […read more…]