A selection of 20 great solos by one of the most brilliant guitar practitioners.
'Hot On The Tracks' became the group's first No. 1 soul LP and included 'Just To Be Close To You.'
With ‘To The 5 Boroughs’, Beastie Boys addressed their hometown’s post-9/11 devastation while kicking old-school jams that sought to recapture the good times.
‘Bleach’ prototyped the ‘Nevermind’ sound that would deliver Nirvana to a global stage and reshape the future of rock’n’roll.
'Closer To Home' was released in June 1970, and the trio prepared to hit the American album top ten for the first time.
Robert Glasper talks about R+R=NOW’s debut album, ‘Collagically Speaking’, and why it’s rare to be “so good at what you do but with no ego”.
The Temptations were at a crossroads with 1966’s ‘Gettin’ Ready’: producing dancefloor hits of the highest order while heading towards the future of soul.
From the Blues to bossa nova and calypsos to carols she imbued all with her unique voice. Ella Fitzgerald will live forever…
The life and times of the irreplaceable Irish blues-rock guitar virtuoso.
On 6 November 1971, the 'Shaft' LP climbed to No.1 on the Billboard pop album chart, unseating John Lennon’s 'Imagine.'
Performing at Princess Grace Of Monaco’s personal request, Frank Sinatra teamed up with Quincy Jones for the first time, stunning an audience full of celebrities and royalty.
An overlooked gem among Wayne Shorter’s formidable work, ‘Etcetera’ only gets better with time – just like the legendary jazz saxophonist himself.
A pioneering hard bop pianist, the late Horace Silver was a founding member of The Jazz Messengers. He left an enormously important legacy.
When Eric Clapton's new band Derek and the Dominos played their first gig on 14 June 1970 they did not even have a name until just before they went on stage
The progressive rock trailblazers' fifth studio release was their first with producer Rodger Bain.
The song outdid the A-side, 'Why Should We Try Anymore,' on the country charts.