On 20 March 1965, 'The Last Time' topped the charts and became the band’s third No.1 in a row.
A pioneer who influenced everyone from Chuck Berry to Keith Richards, Sister Rosetta Tharpe “played rock’n’roll way before anyone else”.
Proving that they learned their craft in record time, Def Leppard’s early years saw the group quickly evolve beyond their NWOBHM roots.
'The Gift' was propelled to No. 1 in the UK by the smash hit, double-sided single ‘Town Called Malice’ and ‘Precious.'
The track from 'Tommy' became Elton's first UK top ten single since another cover, of The Beatles' 'Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds.'
The 1971 chart-topper was the latest product of the T. Rex team that helped create Bolanmania.
Revealing the versatility that sits at the heart of Justin Bieber’s career, ‘My World 2.0’ found the future King Of Pop sizing up his throne.
19 March 1991 saw the release by MCA of what was already the Texan country hero's 11th studio album.
Hailed as a “no frills” example of “KISS in their prime”, ‘Dressed To Kill’ laid the groundwork for their world domination.
Cat Stevens' 'Buddha and the Chocolate Box' became his fourth consecutive top three LP on both sides of the Atlantic.
Starting as New Wave Of British Heavy Metal heroes, Def Leppard’s transformation to world-beating supergroup is nothing short of astonishing.
The best live albums of all time capture the very essence of a band’s energy in concert, making you feel like you were actually there.
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Rising to fame with James Brown’s revue, Lyn Collins fought for female artists during a difficult period, leaving a trail of soul and funk classics behind.
‘Getz/Gilberto’ is now a jazz classic, but when it was recorded no one expected it to become one of the best selling jazz albums of all time.