The ambitious ‘Journey To The Centre Of The Earth’ was recorded on January 18, 1974, as Rick Wakeman recorded live with a choir, an orchestra, and a rock group.
The third Stax Records album by soul singer Carla Thomas, ‘Carla’ remains a potent artistic statement featuring the huge hit crossover single ‘B-A-B-Y.’
George Harrison’s first solo tour following the breakup of The Beatles began in November 1974, prior to the release of his fifth studio album, 'Dark Horse.'
Hal Ashby’s 1971 movie was a supremely quirky romance, an existential treatise, and one of the most enduring cult movies of all time thanks to Cat Stevens' iconic soundtrack.
With her ‘Christmas & Chill’ EP, Ariana Grande put a trap-flavored twist on holiday standards to create a new Christmas classic of her own.
The 1974 album, which saw Jack join his former Cream bandmate Eric Clapton on the RSO label, is one of many underrated gems in his catalog.
Described by the band as 'the best record we ever made,' ‘When The World Comes Down’ found The All-American Rejects maturing as songwriters.
Weezer got wistful on their holiday EP, ‘Christmas With Weezer’. The short but sweet 2008 release from the alt.rock icons is a gift that keeps on giving.
With his trio The Blue Line, Robben Ford recorded an exquisitely played and impressively varied set of covers and originals in the 1995 LP ‘Handful Of Blues.’
Guns N’ Roses’ first ever release, ‘Live ?!*@ Like A Suicide’ has become one of their rarest collectables, worth in excess of £100.
Throughout his outspoken career, Eminem and politics has made for an explosive mix, coming to a head on his fearless new album, Revival.
Containing both her hardest and most personal songs to date, ‘The Pinkprint’ found Nicki Minaj asserting her dominance over both the pop and hip-hop world.
The first album to introduce the P-Funk universe, ‘Mothership Connection’ is a full-on funk assault by Parliament at their creative zenith.
Full of lush electronic orchestration, this documentary score by Vangelis remains an underrated gem.
A slice of militant reggae as potent as it comes, Burning Spear’s ‘Marcus Garvey’ album encouraged a generation to find its Rastafari roots.
On his solo debut album, ‘The Chronic’, Dr Dre fused his hardcore hip-hop roots with funk stylings, creating an entire hip-hop movement in the process.