Seen as a return to Camel's principles, Harbour Of Tears represents an extended rumination on 19th-century Irish famine immigrants heading to America.
One of the happy moments in Ritchie's all-too-brief career came on 29 December 1958, when he entered the Billboard Hot 100 with the classic 'La Bamba.'
Alex Chilton was many things: a blue-eyed soul singer, a Big Star power-popper and an indie iconoclast. The one thing he was not? Forgotten.
Overcoming physical disabilities to become a world-renowned pianist, Michel Petrucciani has been hailed as an example for everyone.
The album is widely respected as an early example of the way that jazz was beginning to acknowledge the fledgling funk sound.
'Fool On The Hill' was the Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66 album featuring their version of the song from The Beatles' 'Magical Mystery Tour' EP.
'He Was Really Sayin' Somethin'' was nothing like the big hit it deserved to be, but it became a much-loved Hitsville highlight.
On December 28, 1963, signed to the small Tally label, Haggard entered the country countdown for the first time with 'Sing A Sad Song.'
The song from 'Flaming Pie' was an evocative reunion, with drums and vocals by Ringo Starr and an orchestral arrangement by George Martin.
On both of Billboard’s main surveys for December 27, 1980, John climbed to No.1.
The blues singer-writer’s consistent success wasn’t going to be ending anytime soon.
The Bryan Ferry composition 'Both Ends Burning' was the follow-up to 'Love Is The Drug,' both from the 'Siren' album.
The band's 'Monster' LP brought them another gold disc and, on December 27, 1969, a new Hot 100 entry from it.
On the final Hot 100 of the 1960s, the trio scored the last of their 12 pop No.1s in less than five and a half years with 'Someday We'll Be Together.'
The Detroit native teamed up with his original bandmates in 1953, and has been a Top ever since.
'From Hello Dolly To Goodbye Charlie' took its snappy title from the versions of those songs that bookended the great singer's 1964 album.