A huge figure in American music, here's an introduction to the flamboyant bandleader and stage entertainer.
Jaco Pastorius often told people that he was the greatest bass player in the world. During his brief, mercurial career, that claim didn't seem that crazy.
Revealing just how she feels about the holidays, ‘A Very Special Season’ is a heartfelt Christmas album from Motown legend Diana Ross.
Recorded across two sessions, ‘The Sermon!’ finds the Hammond organ master Jimmy Smith at his finest for Blue Note.
Released in December 1970, Captain Beefheart’s ‘Lick My Decals Off, Baby’ album found him bringing the ‘Trout Mask Replica’ era to its conclusion.
Profoundly exploratory, ‘Workin’ With The Miles Davis Quintet’ proved that Miles Davis assembled one of the most progressive groups in jazz.
A generous offering for the holidays, ‘A Motown Christmas’ includes seasonal classics from Stevie, Smokey, The Supremes, and Jackson 5.
Pioneering a thrashier style of metal-infused punk, Misfits’ ‘Earth AD’ turned the group into 'the archetypal horror-punk band of the early 80s.'
Gong’s ‘Shamal’ was a transitional LP, bridging between the stewardships of visionary Australian Daevid Allen and the prodigiously talented Pierre Moerlen.
Prefacing the ambient music which Brian Eno would pursue later on, ‘Before And After Science’ pulled off the feat of uniting pro- and anti-punks in 1977.
With their ‘The Filth & The Fury’ headline, the ‘Daily Mirror’ lit the touchpaper for a hate campaign against Sex Pistols in 1977.
With echoes of ABBA standards such as ‘Fernando,’ Agnetha Fältskog’s solo debut album pointed towards that group’s iconic sound.
Over the course of their career, Halsey has pushed the limits of how audiences perceive pop music.
'Happy Xmas (War Is Over)' became a cast-iron Yuletide favourite, but its original UK peak was No.4.
The release of U2’s 14th studio album on December 1, 2017 was greeted with an iTunes No.1 in a mere 45 countries.