Denny was one of Britain’s finest vocal talents, and the aura around her has only enhanced since her passing.
'Woman' also features on the band's fourth album, 'Delta', which topped the US Billboard 200 on release.
Often clad in a Panama hat and big, dark sunglasses, the enigmatic performer rose to prominence in the mid-1970s.
Other new names in the line-up include the Magic Numbers and Alabama 3.
Full of spirit and humanity, ‘The Prodigal Son’ is vintage Cooder that speaks to “people at risk and oppressed on all sides”.
The tour named after Knopfler's current album opened in fine style in Barcelona on 25 April.
The first album to bill the couple together became a landmark release.
The group perform the tracks ‘Forever’ and ‘Guiding Light’ in the six-minute mini-doc.
A year after his debut, Tim Hardin escaped the problems of the “difficult second album” with the stunning ‘Tim Hardin 2’, released by Verve in April 1967.
David Gray, Kate Rusby, Imelda May, Steve Earle and Vince Gill are among the album's many featured performers.
The first release via the new pact, out digitally on 12 April, is the album and DVD of the group's 2013 Golden Jubilee Australian Tour, 'Farewell.'
As a songwriter, Bob Dylan has inspired countless others – but who inspired him to write the timeless classic Mr Tambourine Man?
The collection features all of the British band's groundbreaking work between 1967 and 1974.
The latest in Portobello Road Gin's Local Heroes series, it ties in with the 'Local Hero' musical for which Knopfler has written the music.
From subversive subject matter to affairs of the heart, the best female songwriters are often the most insightful, as this list proves.
The collection is a much-deserved tribute to the co-writer of such classic British songs as 'Itchycoo Park,' 'All Or Nothing,' 'Ooh La La,' 'How Come' and 'The Poacher.'