This week Sam takes a look at the debut album by punk rock band the Clash. Released in 1977, this record is considered a highly influential album within the punk rock movement and showed the wider music industry that punk was here to stay.
This week Sam takes a look at a jazz classic. Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd's 1962 album "Jazz Samba". This album was the first fully-fledged bossa nova album by an American artist and helped bring the Brazilian music to the United States.
This week Sam takes a look at the debut album by British producer and multi-instrumentalist the Streets. This was the project of Mike Skinner, which took influence from the UK garage scene in the 1990s and set the tone for UK grime to emerge into the mainstream during the 2000s.
This week Sam takes a look at what is one of the most influential albums of all time. The debut album from the Velvet Underground, "The Velvet Underground & Nico". Released in 1967, this album influenced a wide range of styles from alt rock to punk to indie rock.