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On January 21st, in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' first U.S. Number One hit, "I Want To Hold Your Hand" and their American debut on The Ed Sullivan Show, Capitol Records will release the 13 CD set, called, The U.S. Albums, which will span the group's American albums from 1964’s Meet The Beatles! to 1970’s Hey Jude. As most fans are aware of, the "Fab Four's" U.S. albums differed from the band's British releases, with the albums including different tracklistings, song mixes, album titles, and cover art.
The new box includes: Meet the Beatles! (1964); The Beatles’ Second Album (1964); A Hard Day’s Night (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (1964); Something New (1964); The Beatles’ Story (1964); Beatles ’65 (1964); The Early Beatles (1965); Beatles VI (1965); Help! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (1965); Rubber Soul (1965); Yesterday. . . And Today (1966); Revolver (1966) and Hey Jude (1970).
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Genesis co-founder and Mike + The Mechanics leader Mike Rutherford will publish his autobiography, The Living Years, on January 23rd in Britain and February 20th here in the States. Vintage Vinyl News reported that the book -- which is the first memoir from any member of the band -- "takes readers from the beginnings of Genesis at the Charterhouse school through to the founding of Mike + The Mechanics and the 2007 Genesis reunion tour, including 'the drink, the drugs, the arguments and the excess.'"
Once again Richie Sambora has broken his silence about his exit from Bon Jovi -- but in actuality, he's said very little on his reasons why. Sambora, who bolted from the band back in April only 21 shows into its massive world tour, spoke to The Hollywood Reporter and explained, "We were the hardest working band in the world, man. You're talking 24/7, and you don’t get to come home. I missed so much of my child’s life. And you get to that place where you realize, 'Oh, my god, this is really important.' . . . When we mature in our age, you have a different pace, because it gets so complicated with family. The guys had a different pace and I didn’t agree with it. Everybody thinks you are nuts because this rock star life is such a glamorous thing, but let me tell you something. In the ‘80s it was fantastic, but now, there is nothing going on."
When pressed on whether he would ever return to Bon Jovi, he said: "Yes, I would think about it for sure. There’s no malice here. You get along for 30 years, that’s a damn good marriage. . . I was coming out of something a little bit different with my solo record, Aftermath Of The Lowdown, and it just didn’t go in the right direction for me artistically, which is not to say it’s a bad thing. . . I did 14 cycles for 30 years, so I missed a lot. A lot of life happened. And I also had three solo albums and tours, wrote songs for other people . . . Burnt isn’t the right word, but I almost fell out of love with music and I needed to fall in love with it again."
We're sad to report that the recent Twitter posts by Bob Dylan have been uncovered to be fake. What was believed to be the official Twitter account for Dylan has been taken down, with Examiner.com posting that all signs seemed to lead one to believe the site was completely legit: "The account, @BobDylanTweets, featured a familiar photograph of the legendary singer-songwriter-author-artist. It also included the description, 'BOB DYLAN This is my only official and personal Twitter account,' followed by 'USA' and the URL for Dylan's official site."
Fans were buzzing over what they thought were Dylan's first two tweets: "My first tweet. Hi! Bob" followed by "Joining Twitter today. First time." By Wednesday morning (December 11th), "@BobDylanTweets was following over 400 accounts, and had accumulated over 3000 followers of its own." The twitter site has since been suspended.
Believe it or not, Boston has just released its first Christmas song via iTunes. Leader Tom Scholz led the band through a daring version of "God Rest Ye Metal Gentlemen," with the help of current bandmates Kimberley Dahme on bass and lead vocal, Gary Pihl and Scholz on vocals and guitars, along with Tom Hambridge on drums. In the press release announcing the new track, Scholz explained, "This was my chance to Boston-ize one of my favorite Christmas carols. I had so much fun with this one, I think I'll have to try a few more."
Out now is Boston's first new album in a over a decade, the just-released Love, Life, And Hope collection. Boston's last set, 2002's Corporate America, peaked at a disappointing Number 42 on the Billboard 200 album charts.
It was 44 years ago Sunday night (December 15th, 1969) that John Lennon and Yoko Ono assembled their legendary Plastic Ono Supergroup for a historic performance at London's Lyceum Ballroom. The event was part of UNICEF's Peace For Christmas concert, which featured a number of other performers including the Hot Chocolate Band, Jimmy Cliff, and the Rascals, among others.
Lennon's backing band featured George Harrison -- marking the final time the pair ever shared a stage together -- Eric Clapton, Keith Moon, bassist Klaus Voormann, Lennon's primary drummer at the time -- and future Yes sticksman Alan White, Billy Preston, Delaney & Bonnie and their backing band -- which included drummer Jim Gordon, keyboardist Bobby Whitlock, and bassist Carl Radle -- who the next year would for Derek & The Dominoes with Clapton -- and horn players Jim Price and Bobby Keys who would soon move on to greener pastures as part of the Rolling Stones' touring band.
Foo Fighters played 27 songs on Wednesday night (December 11th) in front of a sold-out crowd of 55,000 at Mexico City's Foro Sol Stadium, as the band played its first-ever live show in that country. According to Consequence Of Sound, the band -- playing just its second show since September 2012 -- plowed through all its hits, a number of songs from 2011's Wasting Light album, and a selection of cover tunes from artists like the Beatles, Pink Floyd and Tom Petty.
Rush's 20th studio album, Clockwork Angels, will be adapted into a comic book next spring, according to USA Today. The six-issue series will be published by independent company Boom! Studios beginning in March 2014. The 2012 concept album was already the basis of a novel by science fiction writer Kevin J. Anderson, who worked closely with Rush drummer and lyricist Neil Peart to develop the storyline.