In 1964, John Coltrane contributed music to a French-Canadian arthouse film, but his ‘Blue World’ soundtrack remained unreleased for years.
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.
On their first live album, the band’s already famous reputation as one of the world’s greatest rock attractions was finally on record for all to hear.
The duo's place in the pop firmament was so assured that they could approach their fourth album as a broad-based concept record.
His first singles chart appearance captured the improvised, call-and-response electricity between Stevie and a Chicago crowd.
More than two years after his first US and international hit singles, Shannon made the US LP bestsellers at last.
Peaking on some of their best-loved numbers, ‘Surrender’ found The Chemical Brothers at the height of their powers and on the verge of a new era.
Approximating the sound of the ultimate high, The Verve’s debut album, ‘A Storm In Heaven,’ sent the band – and British psychedelia – into the stratosphere.
A career- and decade-defining album, ABC’s ‘Lexicon Of Love’ was a widescreen pop classic that gave the band their international breakthrough.
An introduction to a group that seamlessly balances gritty American stories packaged in glitter-soaked performances.
Cinematic and bursting with emotional honesty, Lana Del Rey is one of the most compelling, original voices of her generation.
The man from Nevada has become one of 21st century rock’s most charismatic lead singers.
One of the most memorable open-air events of the decade turned into a triumph for the visiting Californian heroes.
‘If You Love Somebody, Set Them Free’ was a joyous solo debut from Sting.
Epic yet intensely personal, The Verve’s ‘A Northern Soul’ remains of the most defining albums of the mid-90s: soul music, torn direct from the core.
The band started the new decade with another American No.1 album.