The track came from an album featuring Peter Frampton, Rory Gallagher, members of Spooky Tooth and many more.
Costello's soul schooling showed itself as never before on this fourth album, and third with the Attractions.
Representing its era of soul music perfectly, ‘The Temptations Sing Smokey’ paired five iconic voices with Motown’s leading songwriter for a stunning album.
Released during their imperial Virgin Records era, ‘Rubycon’ remains one of Tangerine Dream’s most deathlessly compelling albums.
uDiscover Music talks to Delta Rae, the North Carolina six-piece who moved to Nashville to develop their country meets southern gothic style.
In March 1965, the former Tornadoes member bowed out of the bestsellers with Big Bill Broonzy's 'Diggin' My Potatoes.'
Located in west London, W5, The Ealing Club was once home to The Rolling Stones, The Who and more, and is the iconic birthplace of British rock’n’roll.
The best Nat King Cole songs reveal just why the jazz pianist and singer is hailed as one of the world’s greatest vocalists – and a pioneer for racial equality.
Before James Brown released ‘Say It Loud – I’m Black And I’m Proud’ no mainstream artist had stated the case for black pride so explicitly.
The follow-up to ‘Let’s Get It On’, Marvin Gaye’s ‘I Want You’ was a deeply personal album that laid the blueprint for 90s and 00s R&B and neo soul.
A dazzling album that defined black America both musically and lyrically, ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’ is a visionary album that will resonate for decades to come.
The Who bassman was busy working theatres, halls and arenas across North America on his first tour in his own name in early 1975.
Lightnin' Hopkins, born in Texas he spent his life playing his own special brand of country blues and became popular in America and Europe.
With their debut album, ‘On Through The Night’, Def Leppard proved they were no strangers to ambition, paving the way for later career highs.
Ready for the mainstream, Extreme released a debut album full of breathtaking technical proficiency that proved they were way ahead of their contemporaries.
With ‘Now He Sings, Now He Sobs’, Chick Corea proved himself a master of the piano and created a work that spoke to the vicissitudes of life.