Seen as a return to Camel's principles, Harbour Of Tears represents an extended rumination on 19th-century Irish famine immigrants heading to America.
The biggest song of 1983, ‘Every Breath You Take’ made Sting and The Police megastars and continues to cast an alluring spell over all who hear it.
‘Metal Guru’ is classic T.Rex, a sound that was made by Marc Bolan's voice and guitar but also by Tony Visconti's superb arranging and production skills.
The song's baroque brilliance was enhanced by the inspired use of a staccato harpsichord.
'You're The Man (Part 1)' is perhaps his least-celebrated top ten soul hit.
They made the countdown for the first time in May 1967, but only after a delayed release and a title change.
George Harrison's ‘Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)’ has since its release in 1973 remained one of his most enduring and loved songs.
The best Sam Smith songs have practically become standards – a marker of just how much talent the singer has displayed in a short time.
An autobiographical album that charted Elton John and Bernie Taupin’s rise to fame, ‘Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy’ now serves as a companion to ‘Rocketman’.
The 1984 release became one of the all-time bestselling compilations around the world by any artist.
The super-Swedes spent almost the whole of 1979 on the singles and album charts around the world.
The song became an anthem of their early sound, but it had to work for it.
The romantic second single from his 1972 masterpiece 'Talking Book' was nominated for no fewer than three Grammy Awards, winning one.
Starting with his solo debut, in 1985, Sting embarked on a six-year period with three solo albums that charted a remarkable artistic progression.
When singer Chris Cornell died, the rock world lost not only a charismatic frontman, but also one of its most transcendent voices.
A tender result of searing emotional heartbreak, ‘Stay With Me’ sounded like a classic from the off, ensuring Sam Smith’s legacy.