The posthumously-released ‘From A Basement On The Hill’ is Elliott Smith’s boldest record. Arriving in the shadow of his death, the album glows with life.
Expectations for ‘Selling England By The Pound’ were high in the UK, and it didn’t disappoint, with a No.3 debut.
The soundtrack album from the movie became Diana’s only US No.1 solo pop album.
Even as Gillan became a rock god with Deep Purple, he starred in the famous musical’s cast album.
The Georgia Peach made a momentous announcement on October 12, 1957, when he declared that he was giving up rock‘n’roll and embracing God.
Leading many musicians through his “Hard Bop Academy,” Art Blakey was one of the most important jazz drummers in history.
With ‘Cross Road,’ Bon Jovi reflected on their past while looking to the future and asserting their newfound artistic freedom.
Released in October 1983, Carpenters’ ’Voice Of The Heart’ is a posthumous release that captured the deep beauty in Karen Carpenter’s voice.
Written during a tumultuous period, ‘Imagine’ is a stirring anthem that challenges listeners as much as it assuages them during times of need.
Inspired by a mysterious form of Arabic musical poetry called ‘Rajaz,’ Camel’s album of the same name was a nomadic tour de force.
Arguably Crowded House’s most satisfying record, ‘Together Alone’ attracted plaudits from the critics and hit the upper reaches of charts around the world.
ABBA’s fourth album, ‘Arrival,’ went on to become the best-selling album in the UK in 1977, and contains their finest moments on record.
Nothing could have prepared the band or their label, Hut, for what would happen with their third album.
After her ‘Love To Love You Baby‘ breakthrough came Donna's fourth studio album ‘Four Seasons Of Love.’
Hank's next single was the jaunty, lighthearted ‘Settin’ The Woods On Fire.’
In an artistic about-turn that no one predicted, Sting confidently explored classical music across three albums that remain some of his most experimental.