Jackson had No.1 country hits with signature songs ‘Waterloo’ in 1959 and ‘B.J. The D.J’ in 1964.
The Scottish quartet were on their way to their third UK Top 10 hit in just eight months, when ‘Angel Eyes (Home and Away)’ hit the bestsellers.
Paul McCartney's band endured all manner of challenges in the making of ‘Band On The Run,’ making its success all the sweeter.
They'd had a No.1 US single and become an international attraction, but 'Concert' became their first chart-topping album.
After big UK hits with ‘Where Did Our Love Go’ and ‘Baby Love,’ now it was time for some album action.
The Englishman's distinctive and romantic treatment of the number was perfect for his ever-growing audience.
The world-famous singer-songwriter had already taken part in many vocal pairings on disc by the time the 'Duets' album arrived in 1993.
Non-conformist to the core and a peerless satirist who nevertheless took his musicianship very seriously, Zappa left a huge legacy of recorded music.
The final single by The Jam was one of those rare cases where a band really did quit at the top.
A remarkable 1965 for the vocal duo came towards an end with a new hit in December.
The album consists of nearly all-original songs including the newly-shared, biographical ‘When We Were Kings.’
It's the first collaboration on record between two of the biggest recording artists in the world.
The McCartney composition that has sold more copies in the UK than anything by The Beatles was rising to No.1 in early December 1977.
A song that Jones had admired in its version by Jerry Lee Lewis gave the Welsh star his second UK chart-topper in December 1966.
A tribute to the immortal legacy created by Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield.