The Beginning of Rolling Stone, LFDH & Big Changes for Pink Floyd | This Week in Music History

Major rap albums from TLC & Jay-Z, the first Live From Daryl’s House, and the debut issue of Rolling Stone Magazine… complete with a free roach clip. Here’s everything that went down this week in music history!
1967 – November 9th, The first issue of Rolling Stone Magazine was published in San Francisco.
1982 – November 13th, Men at Work’s debut album Business as Usual hits #1 in the US.
1986 – November 11th, Pink Floyd issued a press statement stating that they intend to continue using the name without Roger Waters.
1994 – November 15th, TLC released their second album, CrazySexyCool.
The album featured the hits ‘Creep’ and ‘Waterfalls.’
2003 – November 14th, Jay-Z released The Black Album.
2007 – November 15th, The first episode of Daryl Hall’s show Live From Daryl’s House airs on the web.

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