Unravelling the ‘Derek And The Dominos In Concert’ album and its subsequent incarnations, culled from different shows, is a bit like doing a jigsaw puzzle.
Carpenters’ 'Passage' was a victim of timing. Released in October 1977 when the world was going punk, Carpenters still made the plushest pop.
Released by Reaction Records in early October 1966, Cream's first single, 'Wrapping Paper,' was a piece of whimsical jazz-influenced pop.
Released in 1973, 'Frampton's Camel' is classic early 70s rock, and set the stage for 'Frampton Comes Alive' a few years later.
It was in October 1973 that the Rolling Stones secured their 7th US No.1 when ‘Angie’ made the top of the Billboard chart.
'Dancing In The Street' is the perfect Motown dance record: it's infectious and features great musicians playing their socks off.
This relaxed, sensitive masterpiece is full of lyricism and warmth.
'Now You Has Jazz', from the film High Society, was recorded by Louis Armstrong & Bing Crosby and made the US singles chart on October 13, 1956.
Released in October 1983, Carpenters’ ’Voice Of The Heart’ is a posthumous release that captured the deep beauty in Karen Carpenter’s voice.
John Lennon's solo recordings sound as fresh and as innovative today as they did when they first came out. Here are 20 of the best.
Just how did Karen and Richard Carpenter get involved with the ‘International Flying Saucer Bureau’?
His guitar is wonderfully evocative, but then so is his singing; Albert King had one of the finest voices among guitar-toting blues men.
If you want to let someone hear what Coltrane is all about, then this is as good a place as any to start.
Wes Montgomery's first trio recording is the fountainhead from which everything has flowed.
Released on 4 October 1974, John Lennon’s ‘Walls and Bridges’ was based on the walls around him and the bridges burned that were being rebuilt.