Recorded on September 26, 1962, Duke Ellington & John Coltrane was a cross-generational collaboration between two jazz giants.
It was to be the only time that The Rolling Stones ever played on stage with Muddy Waters and it's fitting that it was in Chicago, Muddy’s home for the last 40...
While ‘Baduizm’ turned her into a household name, ‘Mama’s Gun’ cemented Erykah Badu’s status as the new face of R&B.
Recording ‘Gaucho’ “wasn’t fun at all”, according to Steely Dan’s Walter Becker, but the album was hailed as the best of the year.
The eight-song mini-album prompted critics to describe U2 as the best live band of 1983.
'Under Pressure' came into being when Bowie dropped in by one night while Queen were recording one night at Mountain Studios in Montreux.
For ‘Songbook’, Chris Cornell swapped his electric guitar for an acoustic, found himself connecting with his fans in a way he never expected.
‘Live At The Regal’, recorded in November 1964, remains one of the great live albums of all time, demonstrating why BB is The King of the blues.
Country trailblazer Lynn's self-composed song eloquently exposed the hypocrisy often shown to divorced women.
'I Don't Know What You've Got (But It's Got Me)' became Richard's last top 20 R&B hit and featured a future superstar guitarist.
With ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, Queen recorded a song that broke all the rules, went on to break records, and continues to astonish in its audacity.
Influenced, as ever, by new technologies, Tangerine Dream’s ‘Hyperborea’, released in September 1983, brought the group’s Virgin Records period to an end.
At 1968's Royal Command Performance at the London Palladium, the Supremes played for the British Royal Family.
With her sex-positive image, unbridled confidence and elite lyricism, Foxy Brown’s ‘Ill Na Na’ became the blueprint for female MCs in hip-hop.
Twain's third diamond-certified album in a row, 'Up!', was released in North America on 19 November 2002.
Addressing her public controversies and her party girl reputation on ‘Unapologetic’, Rihanna created a thrilling conclusion to a stunning four-album run.