Rochmon Record Club – Paul Simon – “Graceland”

On Wednesday May 25, The Rochmon Record Club will converge to listen, learn about Paul Simon’s 7th solo album “Graceland” at The Park Theater. Released in 1986 “Graceland” features some of Simon’s most beloved songs and includes performances by over 40 musicians, 13 of them drummers. Songs like “Boy In The Bubble”, “Graceland”, “Diamonds on the Soles […]

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Rochmon Record Club – The Doors’ – “The Doors’”

On Wednesday March 30, The Rochmon Record Club will converge to listen, learn about The Doors’ eponymous debut album “The Doors’”. The Doors’ greeted the world in 1967 an amazing year for Rock & Roll. The Doors’ psychedelic sound and charismatic lead singer, Jim Morrison, combined to make “The Doors’” one of the best-selling albums […]

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Rochmon Record Club – Janis Joplin – “Pearl”

On Wednesday February 23, The Rochmon Record Club will converge to listen, learn about Janis Joplin’s final studio album, “Pearl” at The Park Theater. “Pearl” was Joplin’s creative peak. Produced by Paul Rothchild and featuring a band of seasoned road and studio musicians all the songs on “Pearl” were chosen by and arranged by Janis. […]

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Rochmon Record Club – Steve Miller Band – “Fly Like an Eagle”

On Wednesday January 26, Rochmon Record Club will converge to listen and learn about The Steve Miller Band’s 9th album, “Fly Like an Eagle” at The Park Theater! “Fly Like an Eagle”, released in 1976, was a follow up to Miller’s “overnight success” 8th album, ”The Joker”, released in ‘73. It took Steve and his […]

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Rochmon Record Club – Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours”

“Rumours” is Fleetwood Mac’s best-selling album and considered by many to be one of Rock & Roll’s best records. Made during a time of tremendous emotional turmoil within the band “Rumours” features the songs “Don’t Stop”, “Go Your Own Way”, “The Chain”, “Second Hand News”, and 7 other wonderful songs. The Listening Party begins at […]

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Rochmon Record Club – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s “Deja Vu”

Rising from the ashes of Buffalo Springfield, The Hollies and The Byrds, Crosby, Stills and Nash were feeling the pressure to repeat the success of their Grammy Award winning 1969 album “Crosby Stills & Nash”. The addition of Neil Young changed the sound of the band while retaining the wonderful vocal arrangements that drive each […]

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Rochmon Record Club – Queen “A Night at the Opera”

After releasing 2 moderately successful albums Queen scored their first international hit with “Killer Queen” from their 3rd album, 1974’s “Sheer Heart Attack”.  Queen’s follow up album “Night at the Opera”, released in 1975, shattered every rule about writing, recording and releasing a pop album. Queen refined their sound and Singer/Pianist Freddie Mercury lead his […]

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SOLD OUT! – Rochmon Record Club – Carole King’s “Tapestry”

On Carole King’s 2nd LP she pulled out all the stops. “Tapestry” is one of the best-selling albums of all time written and performed by one of Rock & Roll’s best-selling composers, Carole King! Songs like “I Feel The Earth Move”, “So Far Away”, “Beautiful”, “It’s Too Late” and 8 more instantly recognizable songs create […]

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Rochmon Record Club – Eagles’ “Hotel California”

“Hotel California” marked a shift in sound for the easy-going southern Californian rockers and remains the Eagles’ best-selling original album. “Hotel California” is the first Eagles album to feature the legendary Joe Walsh on guitar and his presence is felt all over the record. “Hotel California” rocks hard with songs such as “Hotel California” and […]

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