Enrique Iglesias’ second album, ‘Vivir’, maintained its predecessor’s winning formula, emerging as an early masterclass in building an audience.
Our uDiscover Music playlist celebrates the Prince of Motown, and a legacy that remains as powerful as ever.
Is Abbey Road The Beatles’ best album? Possibly, and it inspired ‘McLemore Avenue’, which is arguably the finest hour from Stax legends Booker T & The MGs.
Born on 1 April 1946, Ronnie was one of the UK's great treasures, happy both in a group setting, as a collaborator or bandleader.
in April 1987, Vega unveiled her second album, little knowing that it would become the most popular of her career.
Elton's 1995 entry, which contained the lead hit 'Believe,' was a rarity in terms of carrying a co-production credit for Elton himself.
Almost 50 years have elapsed since his death, but Otis Redding’s music lives on. ‘The Soul Album’ reminds us of what a prodigious talent the world lost.
The band's 1978 album was their first to feature formal vocals and lyrics, and followed film and live recording projects.
Released at the height of grunge, ‘Adrenalize’, Def Leppard’s much-anticipated follow-up to ‘Hysteria’, saw the group reclaim the rock mantle for a new decade.
Surprisingly unsuccessful at the time, the album has thankfully become a monument to the unique soulfulness of one of Britain’s finest-ever voices.
Demand for 'How To Be A Country Star' was so high after the Statlers played it at the CMAs, they added it to what would be their next album, 'The Originals.'
'Ones' not only represented a retrospective of Selena’s career but also as an introduction to her new generation of fans after her death on 31 March 1995.
An overlooked Motown classic, Wild And Peaceful introduced Teena Marie as an assertive, self-determining artist with an impressive range of skills.
Frank Sinatra's Songs For Swingin Lovers! is the best soundtrack to love that has ever been recorded and marked a new reinvention for Sinatra.
The Beatles and Rolling Stones alumnus entered the Billboard Hot 100 on 31 March 1973 with the ultra-funky 'Will It Go Round In Circles.'
'Patsy Cline Showcase' featured her hits ‘I Fall To Pieces’ and ‘Crazy' as well as covers of Bob Wills and Cole Porter.