In 1970, the biggest band on Earth was no more the Beatles, nor it was Led Zeppelin. By then, the top selling rock group was Creedence Clearwater Revival, abbreviated CCR. Nowadays, they are nowhere near a household name as the former two though. So where is the truth, how much have they really sold? Are their songs as popular as they were upon release?
We continue our celebration of Spotify’s 10th birthday by going through the most streamed albums from the 60s. The domination of the Beatles over this decade was incredibly massive back then, do they remain the go-to act from this period though? They do have a lot of competition…
Beatles‘ achievements are widely covered by the press and Imagine was elected the greatest song in the past 100 years by polls from multiple countries at the turn of the millennium, yet John Lennon‘s sales are unknown by the general public. It’s time to put them under the microscope!
The years that end in a 7 are synonymous of anniversaries. No, I’m not talking about the Beatles’ cult Sgt Pepper’s which is turning 50 soon, and getting a much talked about reissue. Today we will be speaking about one of the biggest pop bands of all-time that came to prominence 40 years ago in the middle of the disco bonanza, the View More
From 1966 to 1971, Neil Young has been busy registering records with Buffalo Springfield, with Crosby, Stills & Nash trio or as a solo artist. If his popularity View More
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