The French composer and jazz pianist Michel Legrand will be remembered for ‘The Windmills Of Your Mind,’ but there is much more to discover.
Uprising was the last album Bob Marley released in his lifetime. The day it reached the shops, Marley and the Wailers opened for Fleetwood Mac in Munich.
The four-track EP became a vital staging post in the band's record schedule.
It was an incongruous head-to-head chart contest that continued in the UK for months.
The track was on the band's fifth studio album 'A Day At The Races,' and became the lead song on 'Queen's First EP.'
The film theme entered the UK singles chart on 9 June 1973, and has remained a key moment in McCartney's live set more than 45 years later.
Returning to their anthemic trademark sound, Def Leppard came back in a “big, bad ‘Hysteria’-sleek way” with their seventh album, ‘Euphoria’.
Tangerine Dream’s ‘Electronic Meditation’ is an experimental work that leans heavily on Edgar Froese’s tape collages and band improvisation.
The duo of Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith became a huge part of the major US chart takeover by British acts of the mid-1980s.
The LP marked the star's debut at his new home of Decca Records.
The incredible chart domination of a decade-defining album began its UK chapter on 25 May 1985.
Stuffed with arena-friendly anthems, The Killers’ debut album, ‘Hot Fuss’, captured a special moment in time, helping define alt.rock for a new generation.
‘Strictly Business’ may be EPMD’s debut album, but it left calling cards for their future work – and influenced numerous MCs that followed it.
Deserving overdue appraisal, ‘Elemental’ found Roland Orzabal penning some of the most ambitious songs in Tears For Fears’ history.
The recording of the song featured on 'Get Happy!!' was actually Costello's solo demo, on which he played all the instruments.
Willie Dixon's composition was inspired by Esso Gasoline's popular advertising campaign.