Up Where We Belong Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes
17 October 2014, 14:08
Dry your eyes - seven of the greatest heartbreak albums of all time.
Perhaps the greatest heartbreak album of all time, this one charts the breakdown of Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks’ long-term relationship. Also, Christine McVie’s songs are about her split from her husband and fellow band member John McVie. Sob.
A collection of Redding’s most heart-wrenching ballads, including the emotional ‘These Arms of Mine’.
Featuring some of the best break-up songs ever written, Carole King certainly knows how to hook us in.
Motown star Mary Wells showcases her vocals beautifully on this album. Listen in particular to ‘The One Who Really Loves You’ and ‘What’s Easy for Two Is So Hard for One’.
This popular album is essentially an ode to a difficult break-up. When we first heard ‘Someone Like You’, we don’t mind admitting we got a tear in our eye.
As the title suggests, this is an album you should take seriously. Personal relationships and political themes are both covered, with a heavy dose of melancholy.