Tag: 1970

Music Splurge: Emerson, Lake & Palmer and Humble Pie

This past weekend I stopped by record store to do a little “research” on two band’s whose music I don’t own:  Humble Pie and Emerson Lake and Palmer. Humble Pie I recently blogged about Steve Marriott, and I was particularly drawn to his work with Humble Pie, specifically his live performance of an Ike and Tina song called “Black Coffee” [Click here to read the … Read More Music Splurge: Emerson, Lake & Palmer and Humble Pie

Music Tidbit of the Day

Did you know that in 1970, Grand Funk Railroad sold more albums than any other American band.  By 1971, Grand Funk broke The Beatles‘ Shea Stadium attendance record by selling out in just 72 hours.