Once again, the siblings' ongoing collaboration with producer Quincy Jones proved unbeatable.
'Every Breath You Take' was the band's only No.1 on the Hot 100, but it became America’s biggest song of the entire year.
After Wings' UK college itinerary, it was all aboard a double decker bus for a major European adventure.
Deft footwork was required to get the Tops' new single into stores on July 9, 1965.
Louis Jordan was dubbed the King of The Jukebox and rightly so, he was a huge star and one that is sadly much less remembered than he ought to be.
Penned by Willie Dixon, Otis Rush’s song has inspired rip-roaring versions from both Led Zeppelin and The Rolling Stones.
Both on stage and in the studio, Frank Sinatra and Quincy Jones formed a perfect partnership based on mutual respect and admiration.
‘Two Men With The Blues’ found two of music’s great modern craftsmen, Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsalis, bonding over shared musical passions and creating a classic album.
Primus’ ‘Brown Album’ displays a tremendous amount of passion and courageous soul.
The band's 1993 release became the fastest record they’ve ever made.
The designer created some of the most well-known album covers and pop imagery of the 1960s and 70s.
The fearless experimentalist, born Bek David Campbell on July 8, 1970, has built a formidable body of work.
Likely to have been recorded as a demo in 1951, 'Weary Blues From Waitin'' was completed by Hank's group the Drifting Cowboys.
'Living In The Material World' featured such friends as Ringo Starr, Leon Russell, Gary Wright, and Nicky Hopkins.
While most Summer Of Love stories focus on flocks of hippies heading to San Francisco, in Canada, the place to be was Toronto’s Yorkville.
A memorial to an era that was already passing when it was released, The Harder They Come’ is an irrepressible record that gets you on your feet.