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Otis blue Otis Redding sings soul —Redding, Otis, 1941-1967.

Redding's powerful, remarkable singing throughout makes Otis Blue gritty, rich, and achingly alive, and an essential listening experience.

The highlights —Weeknd, 1990- composer, performer.

A career spanning album from The Weeknd pulling together a collection of his biggest songs from the last ten years.

At the BBC —Winehouse, Amy, 1983-2011.

Features tracks from appearances on Later with Jools Holland over the years, notably Amy's first performance on the show in 2003 with Stronger Than Me. Plus, two performances from the Mercury Prize: Take The Box from 200...

100 Hits. The best eighties album

The Best Eighties Album contains the defining tracks of the decade features some of the biggest hits from artists including Belinda Carlisle, Kim Wilde, Bonnie Tyler, Toto, Adam & The Ants, KC & The Sunshine Band, The Ba...

We are —Batiste, Jon, 1986- composer, performer.

A career-changing album from musician and activist Jon Batiste celebrates Black American culture and music while exploring themes of lineage, authenticity, excellence, and evolution. This album is about honoring roots an...

Nick Waterhouse —Waterhouse, Nick, 1987- performer.

The lyrics are suspicious, outraged and, at times, very vulnerable. Waterhouse uses an economy of words to deliver complex, coded messages. He offers up equal parts criticism of the time people live in, and innate human ...

Supertonic mixes —Ross, Diana, 1944- composer, performer.

Diana Ross has scored four consecutive Billboard #1 Dance Club Songs Chart singles over the last two years - "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," "I'm Coming Out / Upside Down", "The Boss" & "Love Hangover 2020." This is a h...

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