With ‘A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing,’ Black Sheep made a classic laced with satire and sarcastic, acrid wit.
The guitarist is revered for his work with the '50s rock 'n' roll hero, after Buddy split with the original Crickets.
The late artist created hand-painted artwork not only for the Beatles' live appearances, but those of other Merseybeat groups and for Liverpool's famed Cavern Club.
Buddy Bregman, born in Chicago 1950 went on to play a key role in the formation of Verve Records in 1950, working with Ella, Louis, and Bing among others.
The dream-team combination of Snoop Dogg and Pharrell weighed in with the final Hot 100 chart-topper of 2004.
The 'Different Class' album took the British band to the top after the better part of two decades together.
The Springfield, Missouri band's third LP, 'The Car Over The Lake' album, hit the US chart in November 1975.
This is quintessential Coltrane.
The Neil Sedaka song became a signature tune for two UK entertainers, singer Tony Christie and comedian Peter Kay.
A seventh album in 15 months was just a routine schedule for Bobby and Bill.
The duo were holding on for their first R&B No. 1 with a gem from the Isaac Hayes/David Porter songbook.
An unexpected pairing brought a new Hot 100 entry in 1968.
The newly solo Supreme charts with the album of her first TV special.
The haunting keyboard motif, the tortured vocal and the unforgettable falsetto combined for an early 1960s pop classic.
'Don't Leave Me This Way' prompted Thelma's close-fought UK chart battle with Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes, but in the US, she won hands down.
In the spring of 1970, the band's fans got a taste of their in-concert sound on disc.