Continuing Elton John’s unbeatable run in the 70s, the ‘Rock Of The Westies’ album found him scaling ever greater heights.
The debut LP was released when the Faces frontman was in the unusual situation of trying to launch solo and band careers at the same time.
Moonlight Sinatra. Two weeks after the 2nd session for this album, Frank turned 50 and released a new single, the apptly titled ‘It Was A Very Good Year'.
The seeds of what became, and remains, Paul Weller's hugely successful solo career were sown on his 1992 release, and today we reDiscover ‘Paul Weller.’
British dance pacesetters Underworld are celebrating the first release in Universal Music’s new exclusive worldwide deal for their collected works. reDiscover 'Dubnobasswithmyheadman' here.
Otis Spann was the Crown Prince of Blues Piano - his blend of boogie-woogie bass figures & slow blues chords gave his playing great emotional depth.
We’re going back to 1979 for the chance to reDiscover 'China' by the Oscar-winning Greek composer and artist Vangelis.
In 1988, with her band the New Bohemians, Edie Brickell made her huge breakthrough with our latest Rediscovered Gem: ‘Shooting Rubberbands At The Stars.’
Barclay James Harvest reached a new level with their 1977 classic, 'Down To Earth'.
Released in April 1975, The Snow Goose remains one of Camel's most accomplished works, and an album that the band has continued to perform in its entirety.
On August 25, 1973, Diana Ross had a new No. 1 on the R&B chart with the record we present as our Rediscovered Gem: Touch Me In The Morning.
The 50th anniversary of the Supremes' first of 12 No. 1 US singles in just five years, with our latest Rediscovered Gem, ‘Where Did Our Love Go.’
The Commodores were on a Natural High 37 years ago, with the album of that name, and its signature No. 1 ballad, ‘Three Times A Lady.’
In 1981, Kim Carnes came up with the album that would make her a platinum-selling celebrity in the US, and take her around the world. That album was our Rediscovered Gem —...
Legendary jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery reunited with the master of the Hammond B-3, Melvin Rhyne, and the result was the formidable Boss Guitar.