With ‘Warm Leatherette,’ Grace Jones dragged the 70s into the 80s and defined the shape of the decade to come with a compelling take on New Wave.
With their debut album, ‘Fever To Tell,’ Yeah Yeah Yeahs flouted convention and brought a sense of fun and urgency to the garage-rock revival.
A huge chapter in US rock history ended as CCR entered the Billboard chart with their last studio album.
'Nina as you want her – with soul!,' proclaimed a trade advertisement for the 1967 album.
Tammi left us at a tragically young 24, but her elegant vocals live on.
Blossom Dearie created a jazz vocal style that was all her own and ended up as a fixture on the New York Supper Club scene.
On ‘Rising Down,’ The Roots delivered a call-to-arms, with Black Thought leading the charge and bringing some friends along for back-up.
The song was kept off No.1 in the UK only by Blondie's 'Sunday Girl.'
The quartet were missing the warmth of Los Angeles, but turned that into a gold-certified classic.
Crafted to perfection, Angélique Kidjo’s ‘Djin Djin’ album won the singer a Grammy and made her a successor to her role model, Miriam Makeba..
With a rare lead vocal from Björn Ulvaeus, ‘Does Your Mother Know’ found ABBA confident enough to experiment with their winning formula.
Standing as their final work, ‘Hot Sauce Committee Part Two’ remains a perfect endpoint to Beastie Boys’ career, but leaves a question of what may have been.
The endless romantic allure of The Great American Songbook has attracted wonderful country covers by the likes of Patsy Cline and Willie Nelson.
A challenging, powerful work, ‘Throwing Copper’ captured the anger and ache of the moment, and launched Live into the spotlight.
An array of stunning Rolling Stones collaborations finds a band that have forged their own unique path sharing the spotlight with fellow musical legends.
Eventually shipping three million copies in the US, the album gave McEntire another generous handful of hit singles.