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When Hunter S. Thompson Ran For Sheriff

Pink Floyd's Bizarre 1967 US Tv Debut 

Iggy Pop To Star In A Broadway Revival Of Peter Pan

The Strange Anatomy of ABBA’s Infamous (Tax Deductible) Wardrobe

Remembering NYC's Legendary Nightclub: The Bottom Line


Brian Eno’s Favorite Book Of All Time

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Book Review: Look Again by David Bailey

Pittsburgh Labor Day Love with The Iron City Houserockers

Have You Seen Your Mother Baby?


Sean Connery &The British Invasion

4 Of The Best Ways To Enjoy Vintage Music Records

Klaus Voormann On His Beatles & Plastic Ono Days

Under An Electron Microscope: Incredible Photos Of Record Grooves

Can’t Sleep? Here’s 20 Free Documentaries to Soothe the Mind




“Hey Jude,” “Revolution,” & the Chicago 7

Wild Thing – The Short, Spellbinding Life Of Jimi Hendrix

New York Rocker & The Invention of Indie Rock

Time Fades Away

On Bruce Springsteen's Music in Film & TV



96 Tears: Question Mark & The Mysterians

Fred Neil: The Other Side Of Greenwich Village 60's Folk Scene

Terry Gilliam Reveals The Secrets Of Monty Python's Animations

Famous Quotes Vol. XIII

The Blues-Rock Explosion of 1965


Pink Floyd made their US TV debut all the way back in 1967 with an appearance on the legendary show American Bandstand. It was there where they performed the trippy track ‘Oranges and Apples’. Taking their unique stylings on to American TV was a moment which marked the beginning of the end of Syd Barrett’s tenure in the band.

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