Each new LP by The Jam took them closer to the holy grail of a UK No. 1 album.
With 'You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’’ climbing everywhere, the album of the same name made a January 1965 chart debut.
After leaving Yes, Rick Wakeman’s first solo work, ‘The Six Wives Of Henry VIII’, was an ambitious concept album that remains a jewel in his crown.
The hit single 'All Right Now' and album 'Fire and Water' led Free to the follow-up LP 'Highway,' which made its UK chart debut on 23 January 1971.
'Twisting By The Pool' was an old live favourite by the band, but it was never on any of their studio albums.
In a few short years, Sam's songs and vocal technique influenced so many of the upcoming generation of stars.
'Hallelujah, I Love Her So,' the last hit that Eddie was able to see climbing the UK charts, entered the UK charts on 22 January 1960.
ABBA’s fourth album, ‘Arrival’, went on to become the best-selling album in the UK in 1977, and contains their finest moments on record.
Peter Bardens came to the attention of record buyers when he joined Camel, but before this he'd already built a formidable reputation as a keyboard player.
The 'Mad Dogs & Englishmen' concert movie premiered on 22 January 1971, showing Joe Cocker at the peak of his powers.
After their late 1982 split, The Jam's name was seen in the UK singles chart again precisely one month later.
The single was released as “The Big O” got into the stride of his relatively recent deal with MGM Records.
After a highly successful 1966, Mr. Brown went into the new year with 'Bring It Up,' another top ten R&B winner.
Charles Edwin Hatcher on 21 January 1942 in Nashville. He's affectionately remembered by everyone who ever heard or met him as Edwin Starr.
It’s hard to remember a time when Bon Jovi weren’t yet world-beaters, but on 21 January 1984 they released their first, self-titled album.
Perhaps the best-known LP by the English outfit, the album is seen by many as their finest hour.