The power of the protest song looks set to be exploited as politics takes center stage again. That music is used as a means to raise awareness and share a common goal...
With the launch of Disney+ around the world, it’s easier than ever to dig into the Magic Kingdom’s vast archives, from cult classics to forgotten favourites.
The first studio record the band made without Moon, 'Face Dances,' entered the American album chart on 4 April 1981.
Our uDiscover Music playlist celebrates the Prince of Motown, and a legacy that remains as powerful as ever.
Hailed as “the truest artist” Motown founder Berry Gordy has ever known, Marvin Gaye was an uncompromising force that defined soul music in the 70s.
On the Hot 100 for 30 March 1959, Chuck debuted with another wonderful vignette of adolescent adventure.
A newly-assembled snapshot of Marvin Gaye’s 1972 recordings, ‘You’re The Man’ makes for a pleasing additional chapter in an eternally soulful story.
The story of Motown is also a story of female empowerment. Its finest female talents took opportunities – and risks – to help give women a spotlight.
Ground-breaking Montreux shows from Johnny Cash, Carlos Santana, Phil Collins and more will also be available.
From singing in Motown’s biggest girl group to earning Oscar nods and becoming a fashion icon, Diana Ross set the template for future stars to follow.
Rightfully known as the queen Supreme, the best Diana Ross songs reveal just how much the Motown icon achieved when she stepped out as a solo artist.
'Your Precious Love' was written, just like the pair's ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,' by the rising team of Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson.
The lyrics of 'Nightshift' united Gaye with another soul giant, Jackie Wilson, who had died just three months earlier in 1984.
‘The Velvet Underground & Nico’ was never appreciated during its time but now the VU’s debut is hailed as a groundbreaking album that pointed to the future.
The propulsive, tension-filled number came flying off the pens of Holland, Dozier and Holland and into the Motown studio.
In the way its music was presented and the universal themes its artists sang of, Motown broke racial barriers to move everyone, no matter their skin colour.