20 September 1969 marked a transatlantic triumph for the short-lived but fondly-remembered quartet.
'Keep Searchin'' was Del's last big success at home, despite many fine subsequent singles.
The debut LP was released when the Faces frontman was in the unusual situation of trying to launch solo and band careers at the same time.
In 1971, one of America's biggest rock bands adapted a motto from the Grand Seal of the United States.
In 1981, the four-track 'Jealous Lover' release qualified for Billboard's LP countdown.
In November 1987, 'China In Your Hand' became the UK's 600th No. 1 single.
A salute to the Californian writer-artist who created ‘On and On,’ ‘Save It For A Rainy Day,’ ‘Little Italy' and many others.
The second album by the British singer-songwritrer swiftly built on the success of his 'Human Racing' debut, released only nine months earlier.
Culture Club’s commercial heyday may have been drawing to a close, but ‘Waking Up With The House On Fire' still became their third US platinum album in less than two years.
The band were flying high when the dreadful news arrived, on 29 October 1971, that Duane Allman had been killed in a motorcycle accident.
Lou Reed is one of those musical happenings that seem to come out of nowhere, completely original, who have things to say that force people to listen.
Patsy recorded Willie Nelson's song just two months after a car crash that nearly killed her, and one of the most famous of all country songs was born.
'Now You Has Jazz', from the film High Society, was recorded by Louis Armstrong & Bing Crosby and made the US singles chart on 13 October 1956.
Vangelis went right back to the soil for the album with which he entered the UK chart on 13 October 1984.
On 27 September 1969, America officially began its love affair with the Michigan band as they made their Hot 100 debut with 'Time Machine.'