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October 22, 1966: The Supremes become the first female group to have a #1 album with “The Supremes A’ Go-Go”, knocking The Beatles’ “Revolver” out of the top spot after a six-week run.
The Supremes—“You Can’t Hurry Love”
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October 22, 1976: Bob Seger releases his ninth studio album, “Night Moves”. It’s his first album with The Silver Bullet Band, though four of the nine songs feature backing from the famous Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section.
Bob Seger—“Night Moves”
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October 22, 1988: Phil Collins tops the charts for the sixth time with his version of The Mindbenders’ 1966 Top Five hit, “A Groovy Kind Of Love”. Collins’ cover--part of the Hollywood Hits File for it's use in the film "Buster"-- would be nominated for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance, but would lose to Bobby McFerrin’s “Don’t Worry, Be Happy”.
Phil Collins—“A Groovy Kind Of Love”
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October 21, 1977: Meat Loaf releases “Bat Out Of Hell”. It would go on to sell over 43 million copies worldwide on its way to becoming one of the most popular albums of all-time!
Meat Loaf—“Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad”
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