It was the album that captured the band's growing reputation as a live force.
In April 1985, 'So Far Away' was the first preview of an impending album phenomenon.
The biggest singles and most memorable album landmarks of the mighty British band inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 14, 2018.
Whether they supported each other or had epic falling outs, here are some of our favorite musical sibling groups that have forged music history together.
Miles Showell of Abbey Road describes his work on the half-speed remasters of 'Brothers In Arms' and 'Local Hero.'
Praised for its 'subtle depth and rich musicality,' ‘Tracker’ found Mark Knopfler discovering new territory on his musical travels.
Having had the support of much-respected broadcaster and author Charlie Gillett, the band now turned to the production expertise of former Spencer Davis Group member Muff Winwood.
Both albums have been remastered by Miles Showell at Abbey Road Studios.
'Industrial Disease' was Mark Knopfler's typically pithy take on the decline that, by the early 1980s, had set in across the British manufacturing industry.
The rare relationship between the artist and the Royal Albert Hall has spanned his entire career.
Nelson and the band launched the Soundcheck Series a week earlier with a take on Paul Simon's 'Obvious Child.'
‘Live At The Regal,’ recorded in November 1964, remains one of the great live albums of all time, demonstrating why BB is The King of the blues.
Soundtrack composers are often the unsung heroes of film, but without their music, the movies would struggle to come to life.
The writer-guitarist discusses his ninth solo studio album, a record on which he reaches well beyond the folk-roots base of his latter-day work.
Following the incredible success of 'Brothers In Arms,' the Vertigo compilation 'Money For Nothing' entered the UK chart at No. 1.