“If you can’t rock me, somebody will … “

Look what turns 45 today … Released October 18, 1974. It’s the last album for Mick Taylor — eventually replaced by Ronnie Wood who worked closely on this album. The list of musician credits reads like a who’s who …

 

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Rare David Bowie Tin Machine performances released publicly for the first time ever

David Bowie fans were treated to a very pleasant surprise this morning. The late musician’s YouTube account dropped a 13-minute compilation video that strings together a series of previously unreleased performances by his former outfit, Tin Machine .

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The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust

The Thin White Duke releases the concept album of all concept albums on June 16, 1972.

It’s #35 on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time and has been elected for preservation in the National Recording Registry by the United States National Recording Preservation Board, which designates it as a sound recording that has had significant cultural, historical, or aesthetic impact in American life.

Mick Ronson: More Than Just a Sideman – CultureSonar

Mick Ronson ~ b. May 26, 1946.

It was hard to stand in the spotlight with David Bowie, but guitarist Mick Ronson did so more than admirably. Along the way, he worked with stars including Elton, Lou Reed, even John Mellencamp — and deeply influenced rising artists like Morrissey and Def Leppard. A tribute to his all-too-short career.

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