Retrieved MSN Music. Retrieved February 28, Encyclopedia of Popular Music 5th ed. Omnibus Press. ISBN Cue publishing. All Time Top Albums 3rd ed. Virgin Books. Between and there were multiple lineup changes with only two original members remaining bytheir album sales declined drastically, and a legal battle over the group's name kept them off the road for over a year. However, just as Fleetwood Mac was switching labels inthe group re-invigorated by the recruitment of new members Lindsay Buckingham and Stevie Nicks.

Intheir now-legendary Rumours took both group and label to even greater heights—it generated a string of international hit singles and became the most successful album in the label's history; it is currently ranked the 11th biggest selling album of all time and as of was estimated to have sold more than 40 million copies.

After a string of albums with the Faces and as a solo artist for Mercury Records in the early s, British singer Rod Stewart signed with Warner Bros. Launching a sustained run of success, his Warner debut album Atlantic Crossing was a major international hit, reaching 9 on the Billboard album chart and 1 in Australia, with the single " I Don't Want to Talk About It " going to 1 in the UK.

Stewart's Greatest Hits collection went to 1 in the UK and Australia, giving the singer a record-breaking five consecutive 1 albums in the latter country. Records also had unexpected success in the mids with another 'heritage' act, veteran vocal group the Four Seasons.

A remixed version was a hit again in and its total of 54 weeks in charts gives it the longest tenure of any song on the Billboard Hot By the time of The Doobie Brothers album Takin' It to the Streetsfounding member Tom Johnston had effectively left the band and he was replaced by former Steely Dan session man Michael McDonaldwhose distinctive voice helped to propel the group to even greater success. The new album sold strongly, reaching 8 in the US, and the title track reached No.

During the late s, Warner Bros. InZappa's relationship with manager Herb Cohen ended in litigation. Records, who agreed to release the album, therefore bypassing Cohen and DiscReet. However, Warner Bros. Zappa was then obligated to deliver four more albums to Warner Bros. Zappa sequenced a double live album and three studio albums, but Warner Bros. During andWarner Woman - The Beau Brummels - Volume 2 (CD. Ry Cooder was another Reprise act who was transferred to Warner Bros.

His first Warner release was the live album Showtime and he remained with the label until his contract expired in the late s. His album Bop 'Til You Drop is notable as the first major-label rock album to be digitally recorded, and it became the best-selling album of his career.

Thanks to its distribution deal with Curb RecordsWBR scored the biggest hit single in the company's history in The ballad " You Light Up My Life " written and produced by Joe Brooks was originally recorded by the late Kasey Cisyk for the soundtrack to the film of the same name, Album) which actress Didi Conn lip-synched to Cisyk's recording. Teenager Debby Boone daughter of actor-singer Pat Boone was recruited to record a new version for single release, and this became a massive success, topping the Billboard Hot for a record-setting 10 consecutive weeks, and earning a Platinum certification from the RIAA.

It became the most successful single of the s in the United States, setting what was then a new record for longest run at 1 in the US and surpassing Elvis Presley's " Hound Dog ".

Throughout the s, Warner Bros. Although primarily associated with mainstream white acts in the Seventies, Warner Bros. Among the imprints it distributed that were notable in these fields were Seymour Stein 's Sire Records which Warner Bros. Until the late s, Warner Bros. Benson had risen to prominence in jazz in the s but was still relatively little-known by the general public.

However, his move to Warner Bros. His first Warner Bros. Benson enjoyed enormous success with his subsequent Warner albums. Prince signed to Warner Bros. Although he was still little known outside the US at this stage, this early success set the stage for his major commercial breakthrough in the s.

Another valuable late s discovery was metal-pop band Van Halenwho were spotted at a Hollywood club by Mo Ostin and Ted Templeman in Their self-titled debut album was a notable success, reaching 19 on the Billboard album chart, and their second album Van Halen II reached No. A crucial acquisition in this field—and one which would soon prove to be of enormous importance to the company—was the New York-based Sire Recordsfounded in by Seymour Stein and Richard Gottehrer.

The addition of the Sire roster gave Warner Bros. Into the s, the label had continued success with Sealk. In the late s, Warner Bros. As the decade drew to a close, there were more breakthroughs with new acts. Thanks to its American distribution deal with VertigoBritish group Dire Straits provided another sustained run of hit albums and singles in the late s and s.

Their eponymous debut album was a surprise international hit, going to 2 in the US and earning a gold record award from the RIAAwhile the single " Sultans of Swing " went to 4 in the US. In the s there were different systems for four-channel stereo. That was the system with the highest separation between the four channel, but the system needed a special stylus that could read frequences up to 48 Hz. The s was a period of unprecedented success for Warner Bros.

The golden decade began with the success of singer-songwriter Christopher Crosswhose self-titled debut album went to 6 in the US and produced four charting singles, including the 1 hit "Sailing".

His first Warner album was One Trick Ponywhich accompanied the movie of the same name, which Simon wrote and starred in. The single " Late in the Evening " was a major hit 6 but the album was not a big seller.

His next album, Hearts and Bones was well received by critics but neither it nor the lead single "Allergies" made the chart and Simon's career took a nosedive and it was several more years before the label's Woman - The Beau Brummels - Volume 2 (CD eventually paid off. After two moderate-selling albums that established them as one of the most original American new wave bands of the period, DEVO broke through to mainstream success in with their third album Freedom of Choice which reached No.

Their follow-up EP DEV-O Live was a surprise hit in Australia, topping the singles chart there for three weeks, but their subsequent albums and singles suffered from declining sales and the group was eventually dropped by the label after their album Shout. Prince 's album Dirty Mind was widely praised by critics, earning a gold record award, but his double-LP became his first major hit album, selling over six million copies [67] and spawning three hit singles. The title track reached No.

Chicago was picked up by Warner Bros. After teaming with producer David Fosterthe band shot back into the charts in with the album Chicago 16which reached No. The group's second Warner album, Chicago 17became the biggest seller of its career—it reached No. His second solo album sold more than a million copies and produced another 1 hit, " The Next Time I Fall ". He recorded three more critically praised albums for Warner Bros. His next album Behind the Sun also fared well, reaching 34 and the hit single " Forever Man " went to 26, but he transferred to Reprise for his next release.

Another resurgent s act who scored major success with Warner Bros. During an extended break in the late s the group gained ownership of its London recordings and signed with Warner Bros. The group's first two Warner albums Deguello and El Loco were moderately successful, but Eliminator became a major hit thanks to strong support for its music videos on MTV.

Afterburner went to 4 and produced seven hit singles, including " Sleeping Bag " 8. Sire artist Madonna shot to international prominence with her self-titled debut album and her first mainstream hit single " Holiday ", which reached No.

It was quickly followed by Like a Virginwhich became her first US 1 album and has sold more than 21 million copies worldwide. The title track was also a huge international hit, going to 1 in Australia, Canada, Japan and the US. However, the sexually explicit album track " Darling Nikki " generated a major controversy that had lasting effects—when politician's wife Tipper Gore heard her year-old daughter listening to the song and investigated the lyrics, her outrage led to the formation of the conservative lobby group Parents Music Resource Center.

Their stance was vehemently opposed by former Warner Bros. However, escalating friction between guitarist Eddie Van Halen and lead singer David Lee Roth reached breaking point soon after the album's release and Roth left the band, to be replaced by Sammy Hagarwho recorded for WB as part of Montrose ; was also the last time they worked with Ted Templemanwho had produced all their albums up to this point.

InDire Straits' single " Money for Nothing " gained massive exposure on MTV thanks to its innovative computer-animated music videopropelling the single to 1 in the US. I Love the '70s: Volume 2 TV Series performer - 1 episode, writer - 1 episode, - Show all 6 episodes. TV Series writer - 2 episodes - Liveshow 6 - Party The '70s TV Series performer - 1 episode, writer - 1 episode, - Part 1 As You Wave Me Goodbye Presents British Invasion Vol.

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Show all 7 episodes. Show TV Series writer - 1 episode - Episode 1. TV Series writer - 8 episodes - Episode 1. TV Special writer: "Up on the Roof". Hide Show Producer 1 credit. Hide Show Self 78 credits. Loren accompanied the release of her new material with numerous appearances on radio shows, interviews, and public appearances. Liz Smith included a feature on Loren in her column on March 17, Since returning to performing inLoren regularly attends autograph shows and conventions, where she meets fans and performs.

She has regularly performed online concerts on Stageit. Loren is working on new songwriting and recording projects and a full memoir. In JulyPop Sixties: Shindig! In AugustLoren began hosting Love's A Secret Weapon Podcastan audio memoir involving Loren reading passages from her completed memoir manuscript and conversations with her collaborator Adam Gerace. The compilation consists of the Beach Blanket Bingo LP, all of Loren's other Capitol-released material, songs not released until the s, and eight previously unreleased songs.

The unreleased material includes work with producers, arrangers and writers with whom Loren worked on her released Capitol material, such as Steve Douglas and Jack Nitzsche and the song writing team of Gerry Goffin - Carole King.

The new tracks also include The Wrecking Crewwho were the musicians for many of Loren's Capitol including Beach Blanket Bingo and earlier recordings. The CD booklet features previously unpublished photos, and liner notes from Sheryl Farber. Steve Stanley and Farber produced the compilation.

These Are the Good Times was heavily praised on its release. In his AllMusic review, [99] Mark Deming, who gave the compilation four-and-a-half stars out of five, wrote that "the best stuff here is delicious, beautifully crafted '60s Album) Coast pop, with a gifted and savvy vocalist front and center.

These Are the Good Times was a Gold Bonus Disc Award winner, with the compilation described as "an ingenious album that never was" and "an invigorating discovery". Loren has also been interviewed and profiled in a number of books, including It's Party Time by Stephen J. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American singer and actress.

Boston, MassachusettsU. Musical artist. Retrieved December 11, Archived from the original on December 26, Retrieved September 3, Dr Pepper—King of Beverages. Dallas, Texas: Dr Pepper Company. Pepper bottling plan tomorrow', October 16, p. Retrieved December 20, Little ', May 7, p. July 27, Pepper's Donna gets a movie part', April 11, p. Archived from the original on January 15, Los Angeles Times.

Shortly thereafter, the Yardbirds began recording a successful string of forward-looking singles with Beck's pioneering hard rock and psychedelic guitar work. It is a slow, brooding piece with psychedelic pop elements. Two versions of the Bo Diddley tune " I'm a Man " are on the album — a live rendering with Clapton and a re-worked studio version with Beck.

These two recordings illustrate differences between Clapton's and Beck's styles during their tenures with the Yardbirds. The remaining three live songs with Clapton feature extended instrumental improvisation. However, their recording adds a brief rave up section, new guitar parts, and a harmonica solo. The album was produced by the Yardbirds' manager Gomelsky with Samwell-Smith. Having a Rave Up or an equivalent was not released in the UK, where it was the practice at the time not to include singles on albums.

The live tracks with Clapton appeared on Five Live Yardbirds[35] which was issued on 4 December Numerous live performances were recorded beginning in mid and include these songs. During one of many appearances on Ready Steady Go! Album) performance is included in the film and on the Blow-Up soundtrack album.

When Beck left the group in OctoberPage became the sole guitarist. His scope of inventiveness was probably the widest of the three guitarists we played with—and none of them were exactly slouches.

Having a Rave Up was released before the advent of critical rock music journalism. A December staff review in Billboard indicated the album's potential to enter the Top LPs chart. AllMusic's Eder gave the album four and a half out of five stars and describes it as "one of the best LPs of the entire British invasion, on a par with the greatest mids work of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones".

Clapton biographer David Bowling calls the album "early and important rock 'n' roll

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  1. Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era is a compilation album of American psychedelic and garage rock singles released in the mid-to-late s. It was assembled by Lenny Kaye, who at the time was a writer and clerk at the Village Oldies record shop in New would later become the lead guitarist for the Patti Smith Group. Kaye worked on .

  2. Sep 20,  · October boasts five Fridays, making for an overstuffed slate of notable rock releases. Among the most highly anticipated is the Doobie Brothers' song Liberte, their first new album since.

  3. Donna Loren (born March 7, ) is an American singer and actress. A prolific performer in the s, she was the "Dr Pepper Girl" from to , featured female vocalist on Shindig, and a cast member of the American International Pictures Beach Party movie was signed to Capitol Records in , releasing several singles and the Beach Blanket Bingo LP .

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  5. Having a Rave Up with the Yardbirds, or simply Having a Rave Up, is the second American album by English rock group the was released in November , eight months after Jeff Beck replaced Eric Clapton on guitar. It includes songs with both guitarists and reflects the group's blues rock roots and their early experimentations with psychedelic and hard rock.

  6. Sep 20,  · October boasts five Fridays, making for an overstuffed slate of notable rock releases. Among the most highly anticipated is the Doobie Brothers' song Liberte, their first new album .

  7. Donna Loren (born March 7, ) is an American singer and actress. A prolific performer in the s, she was the "Dr Pepper Girl" from to , featured female vocalist on Shindig, and a cast member of the American International Pictures Beach Party movie was signed to Capitol Records in , releasing several singles and the Beach Blanket Bingo LP soundtrack, which.

  8. Warner Bros. returned to the record business in with the establishment of its own recording division, Warner Bros. Records. By this time, the established Hollywood studios were reeling from multiple challenges to their former dominance—the most notable being the introduction of television in the late s. Legal changes also had a major impact on their business—lawsuits brought by.

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