'The Dude' found Quincy Jones at the height of his powers. The result was a varied album of big hits.
The duo's place in the pop firmament was so assured that they could approach their fourth album as a broad-based concept record.
Another of his timeless hits entered the Hot 100 in May 1960.
Produced by Creed Taylor, it featured guest appearances by Herbie Hancock, Hank Jones, Idris Muhammad, Ron Carter, and others.
In April 1987, Vega unveiled her second album, little knowing that it would become the most popular of her career.
In 1976, the group were the talk of London town, and soon Sex Pistols’ signing saga become the stuff of legend.
The Chicago band's concept album named about a famous venue in their home city went all the way to No.1.
'Fool On The Hill' was the Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66 album featuring their version of the song from The Beatles' 'Magical Mystery Tour' EP.
A look at one of his most-recorded numbers, with the help of the late, great Leon himself.
Carpenters’ 'Passage' was a victim of timing. Released in October 1977 when the world was going punk, Carpenters still made the plushest pop.
Premiering October 1, ‘Herb Alpert Is…’ celebrates the musical legacy and continued philanthropic work of the cultural icon.
The sibling Los Angeles duo entered both the US pop and soul charts on 14 August 1976 with their killer dance track, ‘Get The Funk Out Ma Face.’
Medley's first solo single 'I Can't Make It Alone,' written by Carole King, missed the chart, but he fared somewhat better with the follow-up.
Rhodes played in several notable late 60s outfits including The Palace Guard before recording several touchstone early 70s titles for A&M and ABC/Dunhill.
A small selection from the stunning archives of a truly great record label.