Coleman co-wrote two Frank Sinatra staples, 'Witchcraft' and 'The Best Is Yet To Come,' and his songs and scores became a Broadway fixture.
At the dawn of the 80s, George Harrison delivered his musical retort to the decadence of the decade with 'Somewhere In England.'
Blink-182’s ‘Enema Of The State’ remains one of the defining pop-punk albums of all time and is a must for any music collection.
Recorded in a record two weeks, ‘ye’ was a typically idiosyncratic work that saw Kanye West return to the soul samples with which he made his name.
With partner Daevid Allen, Smith formed the first incarnation of Gong in 1967.
The group were still 'Ridin' High' even without the help of Holland-Dozier-Holland.
The varied history and many interpretations of one of the most enduring John-Taupin compositions.
The Who frontman was in fine form on his first studio album in his own name since 1992.
The Beatles' debut single was a qualified success in the UK, but had quite a chequered path that eventually took it to No. 1 in America.
John Coltrane’s sessions for the Prestige label proved to be supremely fertile and prolific, marking the saxophonist’s creative rebirth.
With ‘Good Girl Gone Bad,’ Rihanna liberated herself from a predictable pop career and transformed into the fierce icon we know today.
1983 was an extremely busy year in the singer's post-ABBA world.
In between two R&B chart-topping remakes, the mighty vocalists scored with a medley of 'I Can See A Rainbow' and 'Love Is Blue.'
George Harrison’s fourth solo album, 'Living in A Material World,' is both introspective and deeply spiritual in nature.
The Beatles recorded three versions of ‘Revolution,’ from an all-out rocker to an abstract collage, capturing the chaos and unrest of the summer of 1968.
The master of the country fiddle played with Bob Wills' Texas Playboys and many others.