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The Story of Supertramp’s Biggest-Selling Album, ‘Breakfast in America’

Supertramp's massively successful 'Breakfast in America' was released on March 29, 1979.

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Elektra / Asylum
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How the Eagles Steered From Country to Rock With ‘On the Border’

The Eagles' third album was released in March 1974. We look back at it with some exclusive quotes from Don Felder.

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Chris Smith, Getty Images
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The Day the Beatles Met Cassius Clay

One of the perks of being a Beatle that the group had to get used to in the early days was getting to rub shoulders with the rich and famous.

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Express Newspapers, Hulton Archive, Getty Images
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The Day the Beatles Changed the World

On Feb. 9, 1964, the world of rock music -- and American culture in general -- was turned upside down by the Beatles' debut performance on The Ed Sullivan Show.

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YouTube
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The Story of Neil Young’s First Professional Gig

Neil Young has enjoyed one of the most influential careers of any contemporary musician.

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Elektra
Elektra
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The Story of the Doors’ Back-to-Basics ‘Morrison Hotel’

The Doors had gotten sloppy, self-absorbed and a little off course by the time they released their fourth album, 'The Soft Parade,' in mid 1969.

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images
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The Day the Kinks Played Their First Show

On Feb. 1, 1964, the Kinks made their official debut.

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Larry Busacca / Ethan Miller, Getty Image
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The History of ‘Superstition,’ the No. 1 Song Stevie Wonder Stole From Jeff Beck

When Stevie Wonder scored a No. 1 hit with 'Superstition' on Jan. 27, 1973, it announced a new sound for the brilliantly talented full-service singer, songwriter and musician.

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Columbia
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46 Years Ago: Bob Dylan Goes Country on ‘Nashville Skyline’

Having hinted as his intentions on the more rustic John Wesley Harding, Bob Dylan dove head-long into deep country for 1969's Nashville Skyline.

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Simpson/Hulton Archive, Getty Images
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46 Years Ago: John Lennon Marries Yoko Ono

On March 20, 1969, John Winston Lennon married Yoko Ono.

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