The album continued Thompson's working relationship with American producer Mitchell Froom, who had taken over the role from Richard's old Fairport Convention colleague Joe Boyd.
Released on 2 April 1991, ‘Word Of Mouth’ was another confident and eminently well crafted pop-rock LP from Mike And The Mechanics.
Thirty-plus years after his debut, Ben Watt is releasing his third solo album, ‘Fever Dream’. He speaks to uDiscover about his remarkably varied career.
At The Drive-In dominate at Dublin's Vicar Street on their first reunion show outside of the US, 26 March 2016.
One of the darkest albums of the 1990s, 'The Downward Spiral,' started to become the biggest in the career of Nine Inch Nails on 26 March, 1994.
The expanded reissue of ‘Motortown Revue: Live In Paris’ proves that Berry Gordy’s were firing on all cylinders in the French capitol in 1965.
SAHB’s ‘Rock Drill’ was released in a hostile environment, but it's worthy of inclusion among the band’s best outings: a resurrection rather than a requiem.
The members of Paul Weller's band are to tour as Songbook Collective, and Paul Weller himself is to score the boxing movie Jawbone, starring Ray Winstone.
The 1973 album 'Eat It' saw the British rock band growing ever more confident and autonomous.
Martha High, who sang on stage with James Brown for 30 years and was his longest-running female vocalist, is back in the spotlight for a new solo album.
Jazz great Gregory Porter release of a new video, ‘Don’t Lose Your Steam’, ahead of the release of his new album, ‘Take Me To The alley’.
Written by Pam Belford and Dean Dillon, the song was a clever take on the old romantic idea of a pair of lovers who can never quite say goodbye.
Howard Jones and OMD’s Andy McCluskey discuss working on the ‘Fly’ soundtrack, and perform at the London launch party, on 18 March 2016.
After Hours by Gary Moore, containing a collaboration with B.B. King, entered the UK chart on 21 March, 1992 and became his highest-charting solo album, .
Sensational Alex Harvey Band’s second album, ‘Next’, captured the ferocity of their live set and exemplified SAHB’s earthy, hard-rock sound in 1973.