From the first talkie, theme songs in movies have found a treasured place in the popular consciousness, as these 50 best film songs prove.
Like all award shows, the Grammys are always bound to satisfy, surprise and rankle in equal measure, and there have been some surprising wins in the past.
Family bands have provided some of the greatest popular music of the past 100 years. As Sister Sledge once sang: “We are family. Get up everybody and sing.”
Intended as a one-off celebration of their career, the ‘One Night Only’ live show and album took Bee Gees on a victory lap around the world.
With the release of their soundtrack for ‘Saturday Night Fever’, in 1977, Bee Gees were at the birth of disco, pointing the way for others to follow.
Synthesisers and programming were still the sound of the day, but now there were elements of rock on an album employing two lead guitarists.
Written as a homage to Stockholm, ‘Summer Night City’ was a standalone release that became ABBA’s last No.1 single in their homeland.
Bee Gees’ ‘ESP’ album found Barry Gibb literally writing a hit in his sleep, proving the group could keep up with trends in the 80s.
Disco was the music of liberation, inclusiveness and empowerment with a four-on-the-floor bassline as its rallying cry. See why it's OK to like disco.
Setting out to harness their “insane influences” into “something that could be put on stage”, Bee Gees’ ‘Odessa’ emerged as a genre-spanning masterpiece.
In honour of Valentine's Day, here's a guide on how to make the perfect mixtape for each stage of courtship: from crush to even getting back together.
Cinema’s history of rock’n’roll movies ranges across studio features documentaries and even the avant-garde, helping to turn stage stars into screen icons.
For the fourth annual 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' (RED) benefit show, U2 frontman Bono duetted with Pharrell for a cover of the Bee Gees’ iconic song ‘Stayin’ Alive’.
For 15 of the best 70s songs, take a look at the list we’ve put together to celebrate the sound of this era. Here are 15 top songs of the 70s.
From indie releases to overlooked gems by bona fide stars, uDiscover presents a guide to some of the greatest albums you’ve never heard.