A list of Kenny Rogers' complete discography is available on the official Kenny Rogers website and on the Country Music Television artist website. The Kenny Rogers discography encompasses more than 50 albums, including original band and solo studio albums, soundtracks, holiday releases, greatest hit
Some titles included in Carole King's discography are "Writer," "Fantasy," "Music," "Now That Everything's Been Said" and "Rhymes & Reason." Her breakthrough album was titled "Tapestry" and was a huge hit.
Katy Perry’s official website, KatyPerry.com, provides a discography of her music. It includes a list of her albums and their corresponding tracks, as well as the albums' details. Her artist page on iTunes also offers a similar listing.
Oasis' albums can be purchased online on the iTunes and Amazon websites, as of November 2015. They can also be found in such stores as HMV, Best Buy and Future Shop, or most local music stores.
Tenacious D, the acoustic heavy metal duo fronted by Jack Black and Kyle Gass, has released three full-length albums and two EPs as of 2015. The three albums are "Tenacious D," "The Pick of Destiny," and "Rise of the Fenix," released in 2001, 2006 and 2012, respectively. The EPs, called "D Fun Pak"
Apple iTunes and Amazon.com allow users to purchase most of Paul Anka’s discography. Apple iTunes only allows digital purchases of the albums; it also lets users purchase individual songs. Users can purchase digital and disc albums from Paul Anka on Amazon.com.
Some of the albums in Ozzy Osbourne's discography include "Bark at the Moon" and "No More Tears." Osbourne also played on albums such as "Paranoid" and "Master of Reality" as a member of Black Sabbath.
Jonathan Edwards' "Personal Narrative" covers the issues of religion, emotionalism, divine will and conversion. Jonathan Edwards uses an autobiographical story form to analyze what factors make a genuine Christian experience. Edwards peers into the conflicts of human emotion, choice and divine will
Jonathan Edwards is best known for “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God," but he also wrote “The Justice of God in the Damnation of Sinners” and “Pardon for the Greatest Sinners.” Edwards preached during the Great Awakening and his sermons are examples of the fire-and-brimstone style of preaching.
As of 2015, Linda Ronstadt's best-selling album in the United States is "Greatest Hits," a compilation album released in 1976. Her best-selling studio albums were "Simple Dreams," "What's New" and "Cry Like a Rainstorm, Howl Like the Wind."