The satirical 'White Punks On Dope' became one of the enduring anthems of the new wave period.
The album was a concept record based on the remarkable story of Hiroo Onoda.
In January 1980 Tangerine Dream became the first western “rock” band to perform in the German Democratic Republic, resulting in the stunning album Pergamon.
After 'SOS' and 'Mamma Mia,' there was renewed interest in an album that had been largely ignored by UK audiences on first release.
'Glen Campbell Live' was captured at the singer's concert in Holmdale, New Jersey on Independence Day 1969.
It was the first Fairport album to feature Sandy Denny's unforgettable vocals and her addition to their songwriting talent pool.
With ‘Face To Face’, Blue Note organist “Baby Face” Willette brought a distinctive sound and a new dynamism to jazz before disappearing into obscurity.
The Small Faces and Humble Pie frontman was daring, impudent, uncontrollable and innovative.
On 30 January 1965, the soul chart made its comeback in the pages of Billboard, and Motown ruled the roost.
50 years ago, The Beatles made history playing on top of the Apple Studios, becoming the most famous rooftop concert of all time.
A decade before “punk” was even a thing, ‘White Light/White Heat’ found The Velvet Underground light-years ahead of everyone else.
The group's persuasive folk-rock sound was first heard on record on their self-titled debut album of January 1967.
The peerless troubadour passed away on 29 January 2009, soon after being appointed an OBE.
After more than a quarter-century of recording, the British singer-guitarist made the UK album top 30 as a solo artist for the first time, with 'Mirror Blue.'
On 29 January 1965, the UK’s celebrated TV music show 'Ready Steady Go!' hosted The Who's TV debut.
The guitar virtuoso from Fargo, North Dakota started kicking up a storm on disc at the age of 14.