Picture This…

The late great JOHNNY CASH scored his first chart hit in the US on 26 November 1958,
61 years ago today with country song ‘Cry Cry Cry’ recorded and released by Sun Studio.

Here’s the song…

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Queen‘s frontman FREDDIE MERCURY is unquestionably one of the greatest performers
that ever walked this planet. He died, only 45, on 24 November 1991, 28 years ago today.

(Photo: FB Queen)

R.I.P. LOU REED – Passed Away 27 October 2013…

28 October 2019

It’s already 6 years that LOU REED left us. In May 2013, he underwent a liver transplant
as he was diagnosed with liver cancer but on 27 October 2013 the iconic artist, eccentric and capricious performer, genial and controversial lyricist and prominent and idiosyncratic poet lost his health battle, he was 71. From the groundbreaking New York City bohemians The Velvet Underground to his ups and downs solo career Reed was a sonic explorer and exceptional observer and storyteller. R.I.P.

Here are three of Turn Up The Volume‘s favorite Lou Reed Classics from his captivating, passionate and truly special live performance in 1984 at Capitol Theatre in Passaic, NJ .

– SATELLITE OF LOVE –

– WAVES OF FEAR –

– SWEET JANE –

LOU REED: Facebook – Website

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Here’s, probably the one and only cow that ever topped the UK Albums Chart. This
Holstein Friesian cow was on the front cover of PINK FLOYD‘s fifth album called
ATOM HEART MOTHER , the band’s first No 1 LP in the UK hitting the top spot on
24 October 1970, 49 years ago today. I actually wonder what her name was…

Here’s the cow’s symphonic music…