The romantic second single from his 1972 masterpiece 'Talking Book' was nominated for no fewer than three Grammy Awards, winning one.
With the 50 Great Songs You’ve Never Heard playlist, uDiscover hopes to guide you towards some of the finest music that you might not even be aware of.
Antonio Vivaldi was one of greatest Baroque composers – the best Vivaldi works feature 10 masterpieces including ‘The Four Seasons’.
It’s been over 15 years since Eminem released his record-breaking album, ‘The Eminem Show’ on 26 May 2002 and it’s now become part of the hip-hop cannon.
The much sought after Bingo Hand Job ‘Live At The Borderline 1991’ was released as part of this year’s Record Store Day 2019 vinyl. We'll also include an exclusive poster with only...
Tennessee Ernie Ford wasn’t the first to record ‘Sixteen Tons’, but he made it his signature song in 1955, and the title track of an album released in 1960.
This lavish box set includes Knopfler's new album on both vinyl and deluxe CD as well as a 12” vinyl EP with four bonus tracks, a 12” print of the artwork and...
Brahms was one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era - the best Brahms works feature symphonies, concertos, chamber music and piano masterpieces.
The irresistible song became an international hit and gave ABBA their first UK No. 1 single.
To celebrate Roger Taylor‘s new single ‘Gangsters Are Running This World’, we're giving away a pair of signed drumsticks, plus a Roger Taylor hoodie, tote bag and t-shirt!
Puccini was one of the greatest composers of Italian opera - the best Puccini works feature 10 masterpieces including ‘La Bohème’.
We're giving one person the chance to win a copy of the newly released ‘Coltrane 58: The Prestige Recordings’ vinyl box set!
Celebrating the patron saint of cannabis culture.
‘Seven Days Walking’ playlist from Ludovico Einaudi: seven bodies of music to be released over seven consecutive months.
With a world-beating roster of opera singers including Pavarotti, Bartoli, Fleming and Sutherland, why not take a listen to some of Decca Classics favourite moments in Opera?