A cult movie that still delights, ‘Spice World’ remains topically relevant today, even as it skewers showbiz tropes and revels in high-camp japes.
From shaping contemporary R&B to overlooking his own XO label and fashion line, The Weeknd has become one of the biggest artists of the decade.
The Scottish band went to the top of the UK album chart for the first time on 15 February 1997 with 'White On Blonde.'
The voice of one of the greatest singers of the 20th century, also a much-loved pianist, was silenced by lung cancer on 15 February 1965.
In early 1964, Capitol Records were essentially playing catch-up on UK Beatles releases, leading to the cherry-picking and title change for the US 'Meet The Beatles' album.
Released in 1971, ‘Black Rock’ was the first important step towards making The Bar-Kays one of the most reliable and powerful funk groups of the decade.
Hailed as pop-rock perfection, ‘Parallel Lines’ made Blondie global icons for the new wave, influencing successive generations of New York bands.
Benefitting from a luminous, nostalgic sheen, ‘Pronounced Jah-Nay’ is a reminder that R&B duo Zhané were a unique voice in early 90s R&B.
In February 1964, as his disciples The Beatles invaded America, Bo entered the UK album chart for a final time with 'Bo Diddley's Beach Party.'
Donna's song from the 'Thank God It's Friday' soundtrack, ‘Last Dance,’ became a gold-certified US pop success and the toast of the next awards season.
The Beach Boys ‘Fun, Fun, Fun’ is one of their best-loved numbers, and a highlight of their live shows for the past 50 years.
Merle and his band the Strangers' show at Philadelphia's Civic Centre on 14 February 1970 became a gold-selling, No. 1 live album.
On 14 February 1970, The Who took to the stage of the refectory of the University of Leeds to record the classic 'Live At Leeds.'
A look at some of the classic music inspired by the famous New York landmark.
Revising ‘The Life Of Pablo’ in the weeks after its release, Kanye West kept his promise to create a “living, breathing, changing creative expression”.
Having had the support of much-respected broadcaster and author Charlie Gillett, the band now turned to the production expertise of former Spencer Davis Group member Muff Winwood.