Slowhand's love of the songs and style of his late, great friend and inspiration has been well known throughout his entire solo career.
The blues master's 1969 album had him working with the combined might of Booker T and the MGs.
The day the rock sophisticates hit the Hot 100 with the story of a crooked speculator.
The 1975 single extended his run of R&B top five hits to eight in a row.
‘My Songs’ finds Sting redefining the songs that have defined his life. In his own words, we go track-by-track through his musical autobiography.
Burning with immediacy and catapulting The Ruts into the mainstream, ‘Babylon’s Burning’ remains a punk classic that’s lost none of its power.
Ella Fitzgerald called him The Duke of Ellington; he was a true Renaissance man and one of the giants of 20th Century music – jazz or any other kind.
A cynical act of mimicry by Sonny Boy Williamson II sparked a blues legend, the latest chapter of which has been tackled in song by Randy Newman.
The best musical interpretations of the lawless couple, in country, hip-hop and more.
Ranging from hardcore punk to jazz instrumentals and their trademark DIY hip-hop, ‘Ill Communication’ found Beasties defining a decade.
Having long planned a Def Leppard covers album, the band fully delivered with ‘Yeah!’, a euphoric homage to their formative inspirations in the vein of David Bowie’s ‘Pin Ups’.
Marking The Human League’s progression towards chart dominance, ‘Travelogue’ was a highly accessible album that retained their group’s early experimentalism.
The British group arrived with some of the most sophisticated, jazzy pop of the decade.
A natural progression from their debut album, ‘Out Of Exile’ proved that Audioslave were committed to evolving rock music right up until the very end.
'Tear It On Down' was the final single to carry the name of Martha Reeves & the Vandellas.