Reinventing Tina Turner as a feisty rock goddess, the ‘Private Dancer’ album marked her triumphant return from the wilderness.
Released in 1991, Seal’s debut album took the pop world by storm, yielding five hits and introducing a new voice in British soul music.
Described by Neil Tennant as “the most extreme example of us going from one extreme to another”, ‘Fundamental’ was impossible to pigeonhole.
Built around a concept of his own devising, the ‘Lovesexy’ album envisioned a state in which Prince’s sexual and spiritual desires could coexist.
Signalling a major change up ahead, the ‘Stay On These Roads’ album found a-ha turning away from the pop formula that brought them fame.
The hit that never was, Ike And Tina Turner’s River Deep – Mountain High is still regarded as the greatest pop song ever made.
Described by Ben E King as ‘a love song, a friendship song’, Stand By Me has stood the test of time as one of the greatest R&B ballads.
Diverse and self-assured, the ‘Wildest Dreams’ album boasted a classic Bond theme while continuing Tina Turner’s dominance over rock and R&B.
With his debut album, ‘Return Of The Mack’, Mark Morrison brought a UK swagger to the US-dominated hip-hop and R&B scenes.
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