With ‘ABBA: The Album’, Benny, Björn, Agnetha and Frida shook up their winning formula and set themselves on a new creative path.
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’.
‘Jane Birkin/Serge Gainsbourg’ documented Serge's early infatuation with Jane Birkin, and contained the infamous single, ‘J’Taime… Moi Non Plus’.
Bruce's post-Cream solo debut promised and delivered much, by an artist not content to capitalise on his fame.
With the remix album ‘American Made Music To Strip By’, Rob Zombie took his debut, ‘Hellbilly Deluxe’, and remade it into something utterly new.
In 1964, Serge Gainsbourg released ‘Gainsbourg Percussions’, an audacious Afro-Cuban jazz album with no precedent in French music.
Recorded in October 1963, Song For My Father, from Blue Note's long serving star pianist, Horace Silver, sounds as good today as the day it was recorded.
Released as a double LP, 'Southern Comfort' topped the Jazz Album charts and is the perfect intro to what makes The Crusaders great.
With 'Making Movies,' the band entered a new decade well on the way to the radio-friendly roots-rock sound that would go on to dominate the '80s.
The 2007 album was hailed around the world as a creative high point in the long and distinguished careers of Robert Plant and Alison Krauss.
‘Expansion Team’ was Dilated Peoples’ most commercially successful album, beloved by fans with a fondness for hip-hop’s Golden Age.
Recorded during the Educated Horses tour, ‘Zombie Live’ is a hair-raising document of Rob Zombie’s hell-raising live shows – almost as good as being there.
‘Who’s Making Love’ practically defined the “can’t trust a lover” strain of soul and made Johnnie Taylor a Stax star during the label’s pivotal year.
Since Kendrick Lamar unleashed Good Kid, mAAd City in 2012, the album not only holds a place in the hip-hop cannon but it shifted the culture.
With ‘A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing’, Black Sheep promoted intelligent Afrocentricity and upset hip-hop’s apple carts by refusing to act like gangstas.
‘Night Moves’ was Bob Seger’s first album with The Silver Bullet Band. Promoting him to superstar status, it sold over six million copies in the US.