The Capitol single made its entrance two weeks ahead of the album it came from, 'On Time,' which went on to be certified gold.
The power ballad would give the album rock giants their sole US pop No.1 single.
With some of the most magisterial songs The Beatles ever wrote, ‘Abbey Road’ was the final album they recorded, and stands among their finest.
Recorded on September 26, 1962, 'Duke Ellington & John Coltrane' was a cross-generational collaboration between two jazz giants.
As a solo artist, Bryan Ferry has always indulged his pop tendencies, both as a songwriter and with classy covers.
A history of the English music stylist with a difference, as it’s told by the man himself.
The former Dire Straits frontman hit a particularly rich seam with his second LP in his own name.
With the ‘Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind’ album, George Strait earned himself a CMA Award and burnished his ever-expanding reputation.
Adapted from ‘Tommy’ as an American single, the song became The Who's biggest hit there since ‘I Can See For Miles.’
Andre Harrell, founder of Uptown Records, was a massively influential record executive that shaped the sound of R&B and hip-hop.
His reading of the song topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic and became another Darin classic.
By the last months of the 1980s, it had been over four years since ‘Songs From The Big Chair.’ Could Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith still deliver?
For all the hurried circumstances of its production, Pete Townshend viewed 1982's 'It's Hard' as a creative success.
The band’s third LP provided a commercial breakthrough, hit singles and gold status.
The duo’s version of the song outdid the one by its writer, Dave Mason.