There was new life in 1992 for Palmer's signature song, written by former Free member Andy Fraser and first heard on 1978's 'Double Fun.'
Released in 1992, this album captures George Harrison’s performance with Eric Clapton and remains a joyous celebration of Harrison’s career.
“We produced something good that has a life half a century after it was made,” says Patrick Campbell-Lyons of the original Nirvana recordings of the 60s.
In an artistic about-turn that no one predicted, Sting confidently explored classical music across three albums that remain some of his most experimental.
‘The Tipping Point’ is populated by hip-hop’s forgotten heroes, and catches The Roots still finding their place in the pop culture pantheon.
Queen’s Live Aid performance has not only gone down in history as the day’s show-stopping event, but one of the greatest live concerts of all time.
Launched during punk’s first wave, Mark Perry’s ‘Sniffin’ Glue’ fanzine captured the scene in its purest form and went on to shape the future of fanzines.
Queen's debut album, released by EMI after many others had turned it away, proved to be an important, auspicious & vital entry, now sounding like a landmark.
It was one of the most incredible concerts ever. These photos tell the story of the events, held in London and Philadelphia in 1985.
On July 13, 1985, Live Aid, the dual concert at Wembley Stadium and JFK Stadium featured some of the greatest musical performances in history and I was there to witness it.
Truly making its mark on popular culture, ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ took Demi Lovato’s career to a whole new level, making sure her voice was heard.
‘High’n’Dry’ proved to be the record on which Def Leppard’s distinctive, arena-slaying sound emerged, setting them on the path to world domination.
The epic 'Live At Leeds' album contained the band's nod to a rock 'n' roll hero.
On the chart of July 11, 1964, Sam scored his final soul chart-topper.
Roy Orbison, Rick Nelson, Jerry Lee Lewis and many more covered Hank's 'You Win Again.'
A song that captured the zeitgeist of the Moon landing, in 1969, ‘Space Oddity’ became David Bowie’s first hit and continues to influence society today.