Spanning rock, hip-hop and metal, the best Reading and Leeds Festival performances have become some of the most talked-about gigs of all time.
With its mellow soft-rock, Gerry Rafferty’s second album, ‘City To City’, catapulted the Scottish songwriter into the big leagues.
Recorded in the aftermath of her husband’s murder, Faith Evans’ second album, ‘Keep The Faith’, was a cathartic step into her own life.
‘Hail To The King’: How A Dramatic Change Of Sound Became Avenged Sevenfold’s Bold Statement Of Survival
With their sixth album, ‘Hail To The King’, Avenged Sevenfold sought a new way forward after the loss of drummer Jimmy “The Rev” Sullivan.
From raw confessionals to explorations of the female experience, the best Tori Amos albums are the work of one of our boldest songwriters.
Released as a single in the summer of 1994, Parklife was the song that confirmed Blur’s place as Britpop’s definitive band.
Richly diverse, the best Robert Plant albums have seen the former Led Zeppelin frontman reap significant rewards from his artistic risks.
With his debut album, ‘Pretty Little Poison’, Warren Zeiders finds the antidote to a broken heart, and emerges a country icon in the making.
A landmark in British R&B music, the ‘Prodigal Sista’ album ensured Beverley Knight’s place among the world’s all-time greats.
The best Aretha Franklin albums prove that the “Queen Of Soul” had a profound understanding of the pain and the joy found in true soul music.
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