Work from home with a calm and relaxing music playlist from some of Ennio Morricone's best compositions to help you...
Attempting to chart Genesis’ career in 20 songs is a daunting prospect, given the band’s recorded output – both in quality and in quantity.
Why do we love Christmas music? Perhaps, because we hear it for a few weeks and there's no overkill that can happen with some over-exposed music!
The ultimate Sunday morning playlist...
Creedence Clearwater Revival represent different things to different people but they made some of the greatest singles to make the charts in the 60s/70s.
This is girl talk. As long as people have written songs there have been songs written about the fairer sex, many have included a woman's name in the title.
Tired of the inflight audio channels? Something For The air is the ultimate inflight playlist, over 100 songs that'll last a transatlantic flight...
Jazz is the coolest music on the planet, right? If there's any doubt here's the perfect playlist to take the stress away - jazz played with a relaxed vibe.
For many jazz aficionados, everything that is great about jazz music and Louis Armstrong came when the Hot Five recorded West End Blues in 1928.
Just supposing jazz could write its life in 100 tracks what do you think it would chose?
Their greatest hits are everywhere: on the radio, playlists, MP3 player, but we know there are great tracks hidden away that may have escaped your attention
Jerry Ewing, editor of Prog magazine, has created a stunning playlist: 'Jerry Ewing's Prog For Beginners'.
Two playlists from uDiscover exploring Louis Armstrong. Essential features his most popular recordings, whilst Digging Deeper explores lesser known tracks.
To celebrate the release of U2's new album, Songs Of Innocence, uDiscover have curated two U2 playlists for you to explore.
'Dire Straits - digging deeper...' is a hand curated playlist from the uDiscover A&R team of the less well known tracks from the band's back catalogue.
Elton's catalogue makes him a worthy candidate for uDiscover’s next playlist of lesser-known treasures. Welcome to Elton John - digging deeper...