‘Night Moves’ was Bob Seger’s first album with The Silver Bullet Band. Promoting him to superstar status, it sold over six million copies in the US.
Recorded live at Capitol Studios, in front of family and friends, ‘Mercy, Mercy, Mercy’ transformed “the new Charlie Parker” into an unlikely 60s pop star.
Sauntering towards genius, ‘Mazzy Star’s So Tonight That I Might’ See remains a 90s classic, hailed by some as the best psychedelic blues album since Cream.
reDiscover the Merle Haggard album from which title song was recognised by the Grammy Hall Of Fame in 1999: his seventh studio LP, ‘Mama Tried.'
Showcasing Les Paul’s dazzling flights of fancy and Mary Ford’s warmth and feeling as a singer, ‘Les And Mary’ captured the duo at a watershed moment in 1955.
With some of the most majesterial songs The Beatles ever wrote, Abbey Road was the final album they recorded, and now stands as many people’s favourite.
Released in September 1992, self-titled debut album by Blind Melon propelled the group into the limelight, peaking at No.3 on the ‘Billboard’ Top 200.
Among the many albums released by Duke Ellington, only a handful focused on his abilities as a pianist. One of the best was The Duke Plays Ellington.
Megadeth’s ‘Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying’ remains a milestone in the heavy metal world. Frontman Dave Mustaine talks to uDiscover about recording the album.
It may get many people's vote as the ultimate Wings album, but it took nearly nine months to reach No. 1 in the UK.
‘Come Fly With Me’ was Frank’s first album with Billy May as arranger and conductor; it still exudes style and sophistication.
‘Frank Sinatra Sings For Only The Lonely’ is the epitome of sadness, with arrangements that have an added dollop of despondency. It's a beauty…
Though less than a decade old, Katy Perry’s ‘Teenage Dream’ is widely regarded as a pop classic, and proved that Katy had both star quality and staying power.
With her debut album, ‘Ode To Billie Joe’, Bobbie Gentry knocked The Beatles off the top of the charts and made herself a household name.
Who was more authentically rock’n’roll than Gene Vincent? ‘Bluejean Bop!’ has a reasonable claim to be the best debut album ever – it really is that good.