'I Wanna Be Your Man', The Rolling Stones second 45 was released in November 1963, but it was not what Decca Records had originally planned.
The 20 best pop albums of all time have touched hearts around the world, represented cultural eras and, invariably, sound fresh to this day.
The single came from his new Blue Note album of the time, 'Places and Spaces.'
Featuring one of Art Blakey’s most vital Jazz Messengers line-ups, ‘Meet You At The Jazz Corner Of The World’ is a stunning live album.
Shaking up the mainstream with some incendiary rock’n’roll, the Audioslave debut album “did something genuinely different”.
Influenced, as ever, by new technologies, Tangerine Dream’s ‘Hyperborea’, released in September 1983, brought the group’s Virgin Records period to an end.
Beastie Boys’ ‘Paul’s Boutique’ album was a slow burn at first, but its mind-boggling inventiveness is now hailed as one of the cornerstones of hip-hop.
Initially recorded for the 1992 film ‘Singles’, Chris Cornell’s five Poncier songs remain cult favourites, and provided Soundgarden with their breakthrough.
For ‘Songbook’, Chris Cornell swapped his electric guitar for an acoustic, found himself connecting with his fans in a way he never expected.
With a meticulous focus on every aspect of its creation, ‘Take Care’ found Drake laying the blueprint for hip-hop in the 2010s.
Recorded across six gigs, Tangerine Dream’s ‘Poland’ was released in November 1984 and acknowledged the band’s past while offering glimpses of the future.
Hip-hop has always been politically charged, but with racial and social divisions becoming ever more fractured, conscious hip-hop is making a return.
'Strong Persuader' became the first UK top 40 album for Cray and his band.
In November 1980, the Who guitarist and writer made his third solo entry of the year on the Hot 100.
The 1974 album continued the huge success that Ringo enjoyed in the years after The Beatles' demise.