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A Day In The Life - 26th September 1969: UK release of Abbey Road.

The Beatles’ 12th official album, Abbey Road, is released in the UK on this day. Their last-recorded album, it is issued only in stereo, as Apple PCS 7088.
Abbey Road makes its UK chart debut on 4 October 1969 at number one, following advance sales of 190,000. It tops the chart for 11 weeks, before dropping to number two when The Rolling Stones’ Let It Bleed is released, but returns to the top spot a week later, on 27 December, and stays there for a further six weeks. In total the album spends 92 weeks in the UK top 75.
Worldwide, it sells four million copies in its first six weeks on sale, and a further million by the end of 1969 - making it the best-selling long-player of the year. Abbey Road is the fourth best-selling album of the entire 1960s, and the eighth best-selling of 1970. In 1980 it becomes The Beatles’ first album to sell more than 10 million copies worldwide.

5-golden-ringos:

A Day In The Life - 26th September 1969: UK release of Abbey Road.

The Beatles’ 12th official album, Abbey Road, is released in the UK on this day. Their last-recorded album, it is issued only in stereo, as Apple PCS 7088.

Abbey Road makes its UK chart debut on 4 October 1969 at number one, following advance sales of 190,000. It tops the chart for 11 weeks, before dropping to number two when The Rolling Stones’ Let It Bleed is released, but returns to the top spot a week later, on 27 December, and stays there for a further six weeks. In total the album spends 92 weeks in the UK top 75.

Worldwide, it sells four million copies in its first six weeks on sale, and a further million by the end of 1969 - making it the best-selling long-player of the year. Abbey Road is the fourth best-selling album of the entire 1960s, and the eighth best-selling of 1970. In 1980 it becomes The Beatles’ first album to sell more than 10 million copies worldwide.

The essence of camping.

The essence of camping.

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A Form of Love is a new exhibition and book which explores contemporary conflict photography. Featuring some of the most iconic names of the industry, the photos will be on display at 205 A in New York beginning October 18. More info here.

Photos by: Larry Burrows, Christopher Anderson, Tim Hetherington

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New York in the ’50s, Jay Maisel

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Today in Grateful Dead history: Shoreline Amphitheatre 1987

Set 1

Hey Pocky Way
New Minglewood Blues
Candyman
Addams Family Tuning
When I Paint My Masterpiece
West L.A. Fadeaway
My Brother Esau
Bird Song
The Music Never Stopped

Set 2

Maggie’s Farm ->
Cumberland Blues ->
Looks Like Rain ->
Terrapin Station ->
Drums ->
Space ->
The Other One ->
Stella Blue ->
Throwing Stones ->
Turn On Your Lovelight

Encore
The Mighty Quinn (Quinn The Eskimo)

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1971

L’shanah Tova

In Hebrew this means ” A good year” it is a greeting that is used around Rosh Hashanah which is the Jewish New Year. A holiday celebrated last week by Jews around the world.

Every year this makes me think. It is September (as the Jewish calendar is a lunar calendar and not a solar calendar it does not fall the same time each year. Much like Easter) and to me September signifies the beginning of…

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Social Media Addiction

It has been about three weeks since my last post. For those of you that wait with baited breath waiting for my next post, I apologize for the wait. For those of you that don’t, tough poo poo. Since I began this blog, I keep thinking to myself, ” I really have to sit down and write something in my blog.” But alas, work, family, and life leave me exhausted at the end of the day and whatever…

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Photo of the Day

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Photo of the Day

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The Furthur Bus! 😍 (at Oak Ridge Estate)

art-by-mozelle:

The Furthur Bus! 😍 (at Oak Ridge Estate)