The second star-studded edition also featured everyone from Marvin Gaye and Ike & Tina Turner to Joe Cocker and Jethro Tull.
Carl Radle was just 37 years old when he died, but his elegant bass playing graced many recordings.
After the group's original and versions by everyone from Al Green to Brenda Lee, Joe made the song his own.
The English guitarist was ready for the solo debut that arrived in the spring of 1972.
The Beatles’ ‘Sgt Pepper’ inspired many cover versions, from artists as diverse as Jimi Hendrix and The Flaming Lips. uDiscover celebrates some of the best.
The duo’s self-titled third album is a superb piece of work, with hand-picked covers and equally striking originals.
The 1967 classic has been remade every which way from reggae and disco, and by everyone from the Everly Brothers to Joe Cocker.
'Just One Night' captured Slowhand's late 1970s show at Tokyo's famous Budokan Theatre.
The legendary Muscle Shoals studio defined the sound of Southern soul before becoming one of the go-to studios for the biggest names in music.
In celebration of the much revered Grammy Award winner and member of the Roll and Roll Hall of Fame.
There was new life in 1992 for Palmer's signature song, written by former Free member Andy Fraser and first heard on 1978's 'Double Fun.'
It's a lesser-known fact that years before Led Zeppelin, Page took a stab at a solo caree, as a singer as well as guitar player.
When the 24th annual Grammy Awards were held on February 24, 1982, it was a night of triumph for the singer-songwriter.
A pioneer of gangsta rap and the G-funk sound, rapper-producer Dr. Dre put West Coast hip-hop on the map. Here are some of his career-defining collaborations.
The 'Mad Dogs & Englishmen' concert movie premiered on January 22, 1971, showing Joe Cocker at the peak of his powers.