The sophisticated Original Soundtrack album by 10cc, featuring 'I'm Not In Love' and 'Life Is A Minestrone,' made its UK chart debut on 22 March 1975.
Get Happy!!, the album on which Elvis Costello got soul, made its debut on the Billboard chart on 22 March 1980, and soon rose to No. 11.
If ever an album title turned out to be appropriate, it was the career-changing Nick Of Time by Bonnie Raitt, released on 21 March 1989.
US rockers Queens Of The Stone Age unveiled their fourth album Lullabies To Paralyse' on 21 March 2005, and soon had their first US top ten record.
When Elton John was cast as the Pinball Wizard in Tommy, he set about recording his take on the Pete Townshend song. It hit the UK chart on 20 March...
‘Ride A White Swan’ lit the fire, and ‘Hot Love’ set T. Rex ablaze. On 20 March 1971, Marc Bolan got what he had always dreamed of: his first No....
On 20 March 1982, The Gift, the sixth studio record by The Jam, did something none of the previous five had managed, becoming their first UK No. 1 album.
19 March 1991 saw the release by MCA of what was already the 11th studio album by Texan country hero George Strait, Chill Of An Early Fall.
On 19 March 1974, Buddha and the Chocolate Box was released as the latest in a distinguished series of albums by Cat Stevens.
In March 1966, 'The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore' by the Walker Brothers replaced Nancy Sinatra at No. 1 in the UK.