2019 marks the 40th anniversary of the formation of The Specials and the legendary Two-Tone label in Coventry in 1979.
Denny was one of Britain’s finest vocal talents, and the aura around her has only enhanced since her passing.
The Cumbrian bassist-vocalist packed a whole lot of achievements into a frontline music career of little more than a decade.
The landmark triple platinum-selling album includes the much-acclaimed hit singles ‘Human’ and ‘Spaceman.’
The versatile and much-acclaimed Irish singer-songwriter's tour concludes with two shows at London's Eventim Apollo.
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.’
In 1976, Palmer's third album 'Some People Can Do What They Like' became his most successful to date.
'Hole In My Shoe' was atypical Traffic, butit remains a prime example of the post-Summer of Love pop sound that echoed around the UK charts.
The album made the UK Top 10 and is now widely regarded as one of British reggae's most essential releases.
The jaunt launches at Dublin's 3 Arena on 14 February and concludes at London's 02 Arena on 13 March.
The track is the first single from Garrett’s new anthology 'Unlimited (Greatest Hits)', which is available via Polydor/Island on 26 October.
The album was cited by many journalists as the best record of 1995 and the key release of an emerging musical style known as trip-hop.
Both titles will be available in 180-g vinyl editions and come packaged in their original artwork.
The collection also includes six brand-new songs to commemorate Garrett's first hugely successful decade in the spotlight.
Fully 11 years after the Wailers’ first No. 1 in Jamaica with ‘Simmer Down,' they hit the UK singles chart for the first time.