Dark, sexy and enticing, ‘Juju’ found Siouxsie And The Banshees shaping the future of post-punk and laying the template for the emerging goth scene.
A fascinating debut album, The Cure’s ‘Three Imaginary Boys’ is full of brittle, angular pop-punk songs that remain fan favourites.
Horace Silver made a string of classic records for Blue Note, but 1959's Blowin' The Blues away is one of the very best
An icon of its time, James Brown’s 1966 album ‘It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World’ bursts with Soul Brother No.1’s personality.
'Knock On Wood' hitmaker Eddie Floyd made some fine album music that's well worth investigating, including 1969's You've Got To Have Eddie.
Originally released in 1952 on Clef Records, Bird and Diz is a Be-Bop classic…
What A Diff'rence A Day Makes spent 22 weeks on the Billboard album chart and did so much to enhance Dinah Washington's reputation
Disregarding conformity, Daevid Allen released ‘Now Is The Happiest Time Of Your Life’ in 1977: bona-fide anarchy at the height of punk.
The country superstar reveals why he wanted to “take some risks and go for it” with his 2016 album 'Black.'
Released in November 1982, Whitesnake’s ‘Saints And Sinners’ was one of the group’s most accessible and consistent waxings.
‘Futures’ explores the very depths of Jimmy Eat World's emotional and musical ability, delivering a modern classic that has stood the test of time.
With his second ‘Poses’, Rufus Wainwright showed limitless ambition while crafting gloriously theatrical pop music.
Recorded in 1972 and released in 1973 on Blue Note Records this album is a revelation, and what's more it even made the pop charts
Chill Out from 1995 is boogie, it's blues, it's classic John Lee Hooker
Boom Boom came out in 1992 and reaffirmed John Lee Hooker's position as the master of boogie blues
Released in September 2006, Enigma’s ‘A Posteriori’ received a Best New Age album nomination at Grammys, and its reputation continues to grow.