'Dancing In The Street' is the perfect Motown dance record: it's infectious and features great musicians playing their socks off.
The early Island albums by Mott The Hoople, before their departure to CBS, are less celebrated, so today we're reDiscovering their 1969, self-titled debut.
New solo album, collaborative album, tour and documentary for Kinks guitarist Dave Davies along with brother, Ray Davies being knighted by the Queen.
uDiscover's ongoing celebrations of the brilliance of Chuck Berry continue with a selection of 50 great covers of his incredible catalogue.
As term time comes to an end, uDiscover presents a School's Out playlist starring Chuck Berry, the Beach Boys, Louis Armstrong, Alice Cooper and many more.
A Tribute To Keith Moon: There Is No Substitute, a new tribute to the late Who drummer compiled by Ian Snowball, has been newly published by Omnibus Press.
We reDiscover the Notting Hillbillies' Missing...Presumed Having A Good Time, the side project that made Mark Knopfler fall in love with music again.
To mark the death of the Kingsmen's Jack Ely, uDiscover offers a score of wild and distinctive versions of the song . Enjoy ‘Louie Louie’ In 20 Takes.
Ex-Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley is previewing his Origins Vol. 1 album with a version of Cream's 'White Room,' which you can listen to via Rolling Stone here.
The Who developed in leaps and bounds in 1966, ending on a high note with 'A Quick One'. Their singles that year chart their artistic progression.
After big UK hits with ‘Where Did Our Love Go’ and ‘Baby Love,’ now it was time for some album action.
The 14-CD MGM Years box set is an essential Roy Orbison collection focusing on the most prolific period of his career.
The Festival of Music in Hastings is little celebrated, but the bill, including the Kinks and Arthur Brown, recalls a poptastic day in East Sussex in 1967.
Since the early jazz & folk happenings in the 1960s, almost every musical genre has had festivals to attract the faithful as well as potential converts.
Record Mirror published its first issue 60 years ago today, on June 17 1954, with legendary singer Winifred Atwell on the cover.