Proving that the prog/new wave divide wasn’t so vast as everyone thought, ‘Moving Pictures’ found Rush mastering both and reaping the rewards.
The show, broadcast by BBC Radio 1 at the time, has been remastered by Bob Ludwig in 2019 from the original BBC analogue tapes.
With the ‘Reload’ album, Metallica revealed that they existed in a genre of one, and had nothing whatsoever to prove to anyone else.
The Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’ album has attracted enough cover versions to create countless alternative albums. Here we pick the best of them.
Serene and reflective, the ‘Peachtree Road’ album found Elton John taking stock of his career, with “rare spiritual reflections” and songs about salvation.
Images depict Clapton's live career from the age of 19 with the Yardbirds to the present day.
The four titles in the collection are 1985's She's The Boss, Primitive Cool (1987), Wandering Spirit (1993) and Goddess In The Doorway (2001).
uDiscover Music talks to Ginger Baker's daughter about her life and her memoir, 'Tales Of A Rock Star's Daughter.'
An artist who explored all forms of creativity, Freddie Mercury expressed himself as much through his fashion as he did his songs, as these pictures reveal.
The ‘Barcelona’ video brought Freddie Mercury’s ambitious merging of rock and opera to life with a stunning visual treatment featuring Montserrat Caballé.
While signed to Island Records, between 1969 and 1971, Mott The Hoople rode a mental train four albums that set them on the path to greatness.
A mix of swaggering hard rock, proto-punk and West Coast hardcore, ‘Ultramega OK’ saw Soundgarden point to the future of rock in the late 80s and 90s.
Praised by John Lennon as “about the best track on ‘Abbey Road’”, ‘Something’ remains a landmark song in George Harrison’s creative development.
Soundtracking the collapse of peace-and-love idealism, ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’ remains one of The Rolling Stones’ most potent songs.
Overcoming his “feelings of loneliness” as a child, Freddie Mercury grew into a superstar showman and one of the greatest rock icons of all time.
Capturing where Rush’s heads were at in 1978, ‘Hemispheres’ marks a pivotal point in the history of the groundbreaking Canadian trio.