Hailed upon its release, Paul McCartney’s 1989 album, ‘Flowers In The Dirt’, saw the ex-Beatle team up with Elvis Costello for one of his finest albums.
Bringing the 80s to a close, ‘Raw Like Sushi’ saw Neneh Cherry point to the future, and deserves a place alongside the likes of Massive Attack and Gorillaz.
“This is a historic song for an important moment in history, and what’s beautiful is that its message is timeless and universal.”
From disco hits to tender ballads, the queer canon is as diverse as it is large. Here are the most memorable songs that celebrate the LGBTQ experience.
Extensive line-up changes couldn't stand in the way of a fast-emerging rock force.
After initial top ten hits written by Jagger/Richards and by Jackie DeShannon, the teenage pop star's next success came with a John D. Loudermilk song.
A seismic career shift and a bold new artistic direction brought an indelible classic.
Seeing the connection between jazz and disco, the Vanguard and Fantasy labels made sophisticated dancefloor music that still sounds fresh and thrilling.
On 4 June 1946, the great vocalist and songwriter recorded the classic torch song he wrote with Robert Wells.
He combined the experimental and the radio-friendly, and returned to the UK top ten.
The octogenarian English rock frontman has been an inspiration for decades, not just for his songwriting but for the fact that he can still look the part as well as sing it.
With the band riding the huge success of their sixth studio album 'Aja,' a new film soundtrack single emerged.
'Hello Mary Lou' was written by Gene Pitney, during his important year of 1961, as Ricky turned 21.
Released in 1964, ‘Crescent’ is one of John Coltrane's finest albums, featuring the talents of McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison and Elvin Jones.
The defining album of the Summer Of Love, The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band remains a benchmark album in music history.