The Billboard issue of 15 October 1966 confirmed that the Chairman of the Board was back.
After 'Pet Sounds', Brian Wilson made a move toward minimalism on The Beach Boys follow-up album 'Smiley Smile', released on 18 September 1967.
The versatile hitmaker has always represented the best virtues of American pop music.
The quartet toppled The Beatles from No. 1 in the UK with "the first proper record we've done," as Steve Marriott called it.
Of 'For The Girls', the artist said: "I really wanted to pay homage to all the women singers who have influenced me over the years."
Written as a homage to Stockholm, ‘Summer Night City’ was a standalone release that became ABBA’s last No.1 single in their homeland.
Marc Almond’s second studio album, ‘Stories Of Johnny’ was the sound of the singer coming out of his shell and ushering a wider audience back to him.
The new version of the 1985 hit is on Sting's current album of reimagined hits, 'My Songs.'
The record features contributions by Paul McCartney as well as Joe Walsh, Edgar Winter, Dave Stewart and many others.
Revealing “the emotional artist” under his “professional fabulousness” ‘The Diving Board’ stands as one of Elton John’s most-loved albums.
Showing they could keep up with dancefloor trends, Bee Gees’ ‘Size Isn’t Everything’ album was testament to the Gibb brothers’ commitment to change.
Eventually named the bestselling single since charts began, ‘Candle In The Wind’ burns bright as one of the most beloved songs that Elton John ever wrote.
‘Come Fly With Me’ was Frank’s first album with Billy May as arranger and conductor; it still exudes style and sophistication.
Mel Tormé was also a composer, arranger and drummer who possessed an encyclopedic knowledge of American music.
The quartet's commercial momentum continued with their third album, 'Autumn '66.'
The group's landmark 1971 album 'Surf's Up' was both socially relevant and evocative of their initial glory.