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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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Hulton Archive, Getty Images
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The History of the Beatles’ Second ‘Ed Sullivan Show’ Appearance

After the history-making appearance on 'The Ed Sullivan Show,' fans didn't have to wait too long for another glimpse of the Beatles.

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images
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Revisiting the Time Cream Said ‘Goodbye’

The supergroup's last album was released on Feb. 15, 1969.

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Ted West, Hulton Archives, Getty Images
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The Story of the Rolling Stones’ First Essential U.S. LP, ‘The Rolling Stones Now!’

Even more so than the Beatles' early catalog, the Rolling Stones' first few albums looked quite different by the time they made it to U.S. fans.

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Reprise Records
Reprise Records
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To Play and Play Again: How Frank Sinatra’s Thirst for Creative Freedom Led to Some of Classic Rock’s Greatest Records

We look at the history of Reprise Records, which was founded by Frank Sinatra and released albums by Neil Young, Jimi Hendrix and many other legends.

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Phil Collins Looks Back on the ‘In the Air Tonight’ Drum Break: ‘Nobody Had Ever Heard Anything Like That’

Looking back through his archives for a series of deluxe solo reissues has left Phil Collins in a reflective mood.

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Hulton Archive, Getty Image
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The Story of the Beatles’ First U.S. Concert

On Feb. 11, 1964, only two days after their first appearance on 'The Ed Sullivan Show,' the Beatles made their U.S. concert debut in Washington, D.C.

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Ode Records
Ode Records
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Revisiting Carole King’s Blockbuster Masterpiece, ‘Tapestry’

Carole King was pretty famous before she released 'Tapestry' in February 1971. But after her second solo album, her career skyrocketed.

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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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Jana Birchum, Getty Images
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The Day the Eagles Fired Don Felder

Only two members of the Eagles had enjoyed longer tenures in the band when Don Felder was fired on Feb. 6, 2001.

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