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Asylum Records
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How the Original Byrds Got Back Together for One More Album

By 1972 the Byrds had pretty much become a vehicle for Roger McGuinn’s solo recordings. The original quintet began falling apart in 1966, after Gene Clark, who penned most of the group’s original early songs, left.

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Decca / Universal
Decca / Universal
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The Story of Genesis’ Debut Album, ‘From Genesis to Revelation’

Genesis released their debut album, 'From Genesis to Revelation' in March 1969.

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YouTube
YouTube
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45 Years Ago: The Rolling Stones Launch the ‘Goodbye Britain’ Tour

By 1971, the Rolling Stones had sold millions of records – but were almost broke.

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Rhino
Rhino
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The Day Buffalo Springfield Formed

The key for many an aspiring band in the mid-'60s was to take a few things from the Beatles playbook and mix in lessons learned from Bob Dylan.

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Lucasfilm
Lucasfilm
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The Original ‘Star Wars’ Screenplay Proves That Han Always Shot First

It’s one of the most contentious arguments in all of fandom. In the original Star Wars, did Han Solo casually execute the bounty hunter Greedo or did he only return fire in self defense...

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Laurance Ratner, Getty Images
Laurance Ratner, Getty Images
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The Night Led Zeppelin Became ‘The Nobs’ for One Show

When is Led Zeppelin not Led Zeppelin?

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Beatles Hey Jude
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The Story of the Beatles’ Closet-Cleaning ‘Hey Jude’ LP

As the Beatles were winding down their time together, there were still some songs that their U.S. label, Capitol, had never put on an album.

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Capitol
Capitol
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The Story of Bob Seger’s Only No. 1 Album, ‘Against the Wind’

Bob Seger achieved full-fledged rock stardom with 1976's Night Moves, but while his raspy howl may have been new to a generation of fans, he'd actually been chipping away at mainstream success for many years.

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On Elizabeth Holloway Marston, And Telling The Truth About Wonder Woman

This past Saturday, February 20th, would have been the 123rd birthday of Elizabeth Holloway Marston. She’s not exactly what you’d call famous, but you’ve probably guessed who she is from the headline and illustration above.

Elizabeth Holloway Marston was a psychologist, and the wife of fellow psychologist William Moulton Marston, who’s credited with creating Wonder Woman. At least, she was one of his wives, depending on how you look at it. She was his legal wife, to be sure, but the two lived with a third partner, Olive Byrne, and each woman bore two of Marston’s children.

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ABC Records
ABC Records
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The Story of Steely Dan’s ‘Pretzel Logic’

The band's third album was released on Feb. 20, 1974.

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