Throughout the history of pop music, the studio changed for musicians and producers from being a place of work to becoming a creative hub.
As dark and heavy as any song in The Beatles’ canon, ‘Yer Blues’ demanded an intensity to match – and found it in a cramped Abbey Road storage room.
From hip 60s shows such as ‘Ready Steady Go!’ to the iconic ‘Top Of The Pops’ and anarchic mayhem of ‘The Tube’, UK music TV has a rich history.
A celebration of a unique instrument, in honor of 'Leo' Fender, born on August 10, 1909.
From hard rockers to virtuoso jazzers, the best guitarists of all time represent a variety of sounds.
From songs by The Beatles to Rick Wakeman, Metallica to The Rolling Stones, uDiscover Music uncovers the best songs inspired by books.
'Wheels Of Fire' introduced the classic ‘White Room’ and other great performances by the rock trio.
Upon its release in August 1966, The Beatles’ ‘Revolver’ was the most ambitious pop music committed to vinyl.
The best Paul McCartney collaborations reveal an artist always willing to push himself, finding new ways of expression with a diverse range of musicians.
21st-century vocal successes are proof that, as musical revolutions have risen and fallen, the desire to sign as a group remains. And there's nothing that can move listeners more than the human...
The project features contributions from Beck, Anderson .Paak, Phoebe Bridgers, and more.
The notion of DIY music stretches back to 19th-century flutes made from bird bone, through punk anarchy and the digital revolution.
An emotional bookend to his classic album, ‘All Things Must Pass,’ ‘Isn’t It A Pity’ is George Harrison’s heartfelt plea for harmony.
Every one of these albums is worth a listen, whether you’re discovering it for the first time or reconnecting with a longtime favorite.
The pair had already written hits for Stevie and others when he oversaw her first album for Motown's MoWest label.
Bruce Johnston called it a 'time-trick,' but 'Do It Again' went all the way to No.1 in the UK.