My playlist from part two of Episode #003,
July 29th 2011
the fifth week of July...
THIS WEEK in 1987: Terence Trent D'arby's debut Long Player was #1 in the U.S.
THIS WEEK in 1972: The Temptations get funky with this Edwin Starr cover. The lead track from their Long Player, All Directions.
THIS WEEK in 1964: Curtis Mayfield and The Impressions biggest Long Player, which had five Top 40 hit singles.
THIS WEEK in 1966: Stevie Wonder's #1 cover of the Bob Dylan classic. From Stevie's Long Player, Up-Tight (Everything's Alright).
THIS WEEK in 1971: The Concert for Bangladesh, the first ever Charity concert took place at Madison Square Gardens on Aug 1st with two shows; a matinee and evening performance. This Phil Spector produced single was released two days before the concert.
THIS WEEK in 2002: Inspired by the events and aftermath of 9/11. The first Long Player with the E Street Band in 18 years, the classic The Rising.
THIS WEEK in 2011: The first new release from Noel Gallaghar after his split with Oasis.
THIS WEEK in 1979: The Clash's debut from 1977 was not released in the US and became the biggest selling import ever. Finally released two years later and after their second LP. The revised version lost four songs, gained five (non-album singles and B-sides) plus a bonus 7" with this track Groovy Times.
THIS WEEK in 1973: The NYC classic, later appeared on the 1977 Long Player Ghost Writer.
THIS WEEK in 1973: From the Long Player, Billion Dollar Babies.
THIS WEEK in 1973: From their third Long Player, Tres Hombres.
THIS WEEK in 1985: The second single from the #1 Long Player, Hounds of Love.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Kate on July 30th