Born on January 25, 1904, in Ripley Tennessee, Sleepy John Estes was one of the finest country blues performers and instrumental to the 60s blues revival.
‘Holly Jolly Christmas’ remains a beloved holiday song, thanks in no small part to singer Burl Ives’ warm, mellow voice. It lights up Christmas every year.
‘For those who are just discovering the Carpenters or those who have been with us from the start and want to know every little thing about our career, this is the definitive...
A new retrospective shines a light on a rich and fertile period in UK jazz.
Bernard Herrmann’s complete film score recordings for Phase 4 will be released to mark the 110th anniversary of the birth of the great composer.
‘I am very grateful that people have let Runaway into their hearts.’
Phillip Lynott and artist Jim Fitzpatrick brought their love of the Marvel, Celtic mythology, Irish poetry/literature, and sci-fi to life on Thin Lizzy's album covers.
The Halloween classic gets a 21st-century refresh and a new animated visual
The album, out October 30, features contributions from Emeli Sande, Sam Fender, Dame Helen Mirren, and more.
The hour-long ‘Engelbert Live’ set will feature an intimate performance of new favorites and classic hits from the ‘King of Romance.’
Porter’s soulful new song, which addresses themes of racial prejudice and acceptance, comes ahead of his new album, ‘All Rise’.
Considered the “Coltrane of English Jazz”, explore saxophonist Tubby Hayes’ influential recordings for Fontana Records.
For fans of 60s pop, Jimmy Page created a hugely interesting body of work, which remains a pleasure to explore on this Decca playlist.
Discover the music gemstones of British Blues at its boom and hear why it influenced the future of recorded music.
The critically-acclaimed 1997 performance, “Sarah Brightman: In Concert At The Royal Albert Hall” will stream in support of COVID–19 relief.