After 'Pet Sounds', Brian Wilson made a move toward minimalism on The Beach Boys follow-up album 'Smiley Smile', released on 18 September 1967.
A month after the release of Walsh's last studio album with the band, 'Thirds,' he recorded 'Live In Concert' with them at Carnegie Hall.
The quartet's commercial momentum continued with their third album, 'Autumn '66.'
The Johnny Burnette song 'Just A Little Too Much' was another chart favourite for the teen idol.
In memory of the much-missed troubadour, songwriter and unique performer.
The group's landmark 1971 album 'Surf's Up' was both socially relevant and evocative of their initial glory.
Carol Decker and Ronnie Rogers of T’Pau talk about career highs, overlooked songs, and the eclecticism at the heart of the band.
After a lengthy hiatus through much of the 80s, Camel released ’Dust And Dreams‘ in 1991, marking a stirring and emotional return to form.
With a hip-hop cover and legendary producer Rick Rubin on board, ZZ Top supercharged their classic boogie rock with their 2012 album, ‘La Futura’.
The great jazz singer-pianist's sixth album for Philips was named after a much-covered song that also links Johnny Mathis and David Bowie.
The first in a run of major US hits spanning decades arrived for Diamond in September 1966.
The 1966 smash had the working title ‘This Is Where I Came In,’ before Holland-Dozier-Holland found the lyric they wanted.
‘Live In Cook County Jail’ is a truly classic B.B. King album that deserves to stand shoulder to shoulder with his ‘Live At The Regal’.
'Lust For Life' is often considered Iggy Pop's best solo album, so in honor of its anniversary, here are 10 facts about Iggy’s seminal record.
Arguably The Beatles’ most visceral moment on record, ‘Helter Skelter’ grew from a bluesy jam into what’s been cited as the world’s first heavy metal song.
Arguably less immediate and less accessible than previous R.E.M. landmark albums, ‘New Adventures In Hi-Fi’ was a sprawling, “White Album”-esque affair.