Swathed in shadows and Cold War intrigue, Camel’s ‘Stationary Traveller’ tapped into the paranoia of the mid-80s and is well worthy of reappraisal.
On his landmark third album, ‘Me Against The World,’ 2Pac reconciled his two selves: the fearless gangsta rapper and the introspective poet.
By the time they came to record their self-titled debut, the Boston heavy rockers were confident and primed to take on the mainstream.
With their debut album, ‘On Through The Night,’ Def Leppard proved they were no strangers to ambition, paving the way for later career highs.
With ‘Now He Sings, Now He Sobs,’ Chick Corea proved himself a master of the piano and created a work that spoke to the vicissitudes of life.
With his monumental eight-hour composition 'Sleep,' Max Richter unwittingly created the perfect soundtrack for World Sleep Day on 19 March.
The final LP released by Tyrannosaurus Rex before they transmuted into T. Rex came out on March 13, 1970.
‘The Velvet Underground & Nico’ was never appreciated during its time, but now the VU’s debut is hailed as a groundbreaking album that pointed to the future.
The quartet's debut album displayed their unique ability to own songs across a wide range of pop styles, both their compositions and covers.
‘Don’t Worry, Be Happy’ made Bobby McFerrin a household name, while his ‘Simple Pleasures’ album was a high-water mark for vocal jazz.
Misunderstood at the time of its release, ‘Scream’ found Chris Cornell teaming up with hip-hop producer Timbaland to record his most surprising album yet.
Hailed as some of their best work, ‘Still Waters’ proved that the Bee Gees were still making classic albums well into their fourth decade of recording.
An example of Cat Stevens’ early career as a 60s pop star, his debut album, ‘Matthew & Son’, revealed a striking songwriter on the rise.
With his debut mixtape, ‘Lil Boat’, Lil Yachty fully shed the “mumble rap” label, transitioning from SoundCloud sensation to major label star.
Though a clear homage to the music he loved, ‘Are You Gonna Go My Way’ saw Lenny Kravitz transcend his influences with a unique take on classic rock.
Recorded on March 9, 1958, 'Somethin’ Else' features interplay between Cannonball Adderley and Miles Davis. Everyone with a love of jazz should own it.