Atlantic Records publish ‘Led Zeppelin’ their eponymous debut album featuring ‘Good Times Bad Times’ and ‘How Many More Times’ (1969)

'Led Zeppelin' is their eponymous debut album produced by Jimmy Page and released on January 12, 1969 by Atlantic Records.1 . Dazed And Confused (London, 1969) 2 . Communication Breakdown (Denmark Radio, 1969) 3 . Communication Breakdown (5/25/1975) 4 . I Can't Quit You Baby (The Royal Albert Hall, 1970) 5 . How Many More Times (Denmark Radio) Track Listing : 1.Good Times Bad Times (John…

John Mayall releases ‘Crusade’ recorded with the Bluesbreakers featuring Mick Taylor (1967)

'Crusade' by John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers is their third studio album (and the first recording of a young (18) Mick Taylor) released on September 1, 1967 by Decca.1 . Oh, Pretty Woman (w/ The Bluesbreakers, Mick Taylor 2 . My Time After A While (w/ Rocky Athas 3 . The Death Of J.B.Lenoir Track Listing : 1.Oh, Pretty Woman (A.C. Williams) - 03:40 . 2.Stand Back Baby (John Mayall) - 01:50…

Jeff Beck records his first album ‘Truth’ with Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood et al (1968)

Jeff Beck's 'Truth' is his debut album recorded with a band featuring Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood on May 14, 15, 25 & 26 1968 and released in August 1968 by Columbia Records.Track Listing : 1.Shapes Of Things (Jim Mccarty, Keith Relf, Paul Samwell-Smith) - 03:22 . 2.Let Me Love You (Jeffrey Rod) - 04:44 . 3.Morning Dew (Bonnie Dobson) - 04:40 . 4.You Shook Me (Willie Dixon, J. B. Lenoir) -…

This month In Blues Legends 04/12

Albert Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Johnny Winter, Walter Trout, Otis Spann, Johnnie Johnson, Ana Popovic, Ronnie Earl, Matt Schofield, Muddy Waters, Clark Terry, B.B King, R.L. Burnside, J.B. Lenoir, Lonnie Mack