The second R&B No. 1 Marvin Gaye tribute in a row hit the top on 16 March 1985, as Diana Ross' 'Missing You' was followed by the Commodores' 'Nightshift.'
Released on 16 March 1976, Marvin Gaye’s ‘I Want You’ was a deeply personal album that laid the blueprint for the R&B and neo soul stars of the 90s and...
The Velvet Underground And Nico was never fully appreciated during its time, but now has more acolytes than was imaginable during the 60s.
On 27 February 1965, Martha & the Vandellas added their entry to Motown's list of greats that year, as they entered the Hot 100 with 'Nowhere To Run.'
The run of R&B No. 1s by the Temptations in the decade or so from 1964 has few equals. On 17 February 1968 came the seventh, with 'I Wish It...
Before Nat 'King' Cole became one of the world's leading solo vocalists, 'Straighten Up And Fly Right' was an indelible hit for his King Cole Trio.
On 30 January 1965, when Billboard resumed publishing its R&B chart after a 14-month gap, Motown ruled the roost with the Temptations' 'My Girl.'
To underline our respect for his legacy, uDiscover presents a history with a difference — Robert Palmer In 20 Quotes.
On 14 January 1970, at the Frontier Hotel in Las Vegas, Diana Ross performed with Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong as one of the Supremes for the final time.