The blues-rock quartet made a UK album chart breakthrough in their banner month of June 1970.
The star says 'My Songs' is "my life in songs. Some of them reconstructed, some of them refitted, some of them reframed, but all of them with a contemporary focus.”
Produced by the band with Island Records boss Chris Blackwell, it was the album that featured both ‘Lively Up Yourself’ and the original ‘No Woman, No Cry.’
Fully 11 years after the Wailers’ first No. 1 in Jamaica with ‘Simmer Down,' they hit the UK singles chart for the first time.
The artist born Steven Georgiou became one of the quintessential singer-songwriters.
In inner-city clubs young West Indians were meeting Mods, who loved the sharp style, and British youths’ love affair with Jamaican music grew ever stronger.
A new compilation from the days when Nirvana was an Irish-Greek symphonic rock outfit.
'50 Years Of Island Records', a documentary originally screened by BBC 4 about Chris Blackwell's influential label can now be watched on YouTube
Mervyn 'Muff' Winwood will receive the A&R Icon title at the inaugural A&R Awards in London in November 2016.
'When The Eagle Flies' marked the group's last chart showing with a new studio record for very nearly 20 years.
Playing For Change is more than a charity, and more than a series of recordings packed with musicians from around the globe. Read the uDiscover profile.
The life of Sandy Denny is remembered in a new biography by British music writer Mick Houghton, to be launched with a live music event in London on March 3.
Graeme Goodall, Australian co-founder of Island Records with Chinese-Jamaican Leslie Kong and chief protagonist Chris Blackwell in 1959, has died at 82.