Posts From Lee Zimmerman

Boston’s Multi-Platinum Debut Album: More Than a Feeling

With 17 million sales, it still ranks not only as one of the best-selling debut albums in music history, but also one of the fastest-selling as well.

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When John Mayall’s ‘Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton’ Broke Down Boundaries

The 1966 album featuring a 21-year-old Clapton helped establish a blues-rock template that would linger long after in the popular music firmament

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King Crimson’s Debut: Laying the Groundwork for the Prog Revolution

The 1969 debut album set a standard for all prog-rock that followed and raised the bar in terms of expectation and achievement.

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Steve Winwood’s ‘Arc of a Diver’: Leaving the Past Behind

His most successful solo record, it allowed him to stand apart from the earlier work he had spawned with Traffic, Blind Faith and the Spencer Davis Group.

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