The saxophone remains an iconic instrument in jazz, mastered by many musical geniuses. uDiscover Music celebrates the 50 best jazz saxophonists of all time.
The third album by Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers’ ‘Damn The Torpedoes’ earned five stars from ‘Rolling Stone’ and gave the group worldwide fame.
Guitarist and Cranberries co-founder Noel Hogan talks about meeting Dolores O’Riordan, conquering the US, and songs that have “stood the test of time”.
A defining albums of the 80s, ‘Kick’ alchemised INXS’s key influences into a highly original pop-rock hybrid, elevating the band to rock’s premier league.
“The Father Of The Folk Blues”, Son House, Jr, was a major influence on Muddy Waters and Robert Johnson, and helped create the Delta Blues sound.
Still known at this time by the name she came to dislike, Mama Cass, she released her debut solo album in October 1968.
Two months before the turn of the millennium, Urban released the album that would open the door to the country world.
Recorded in Venice, in 2006, ‘La Fenice’ finds Keith Jarrett unleashing a torrent of imagination, creating a masterpiece in a moment.
Music magazines have long held a place in fans’ hearts. In an increasingly digital world, the likes of the sorely missed ‘Village Voice’ remain much-loved.
Recorded live at Capitol Studios, in front of family and friends, ‘Mercy, Mercy, Mercy’ transformed “the new Charlie Parker” into an unlikely 60s pop star.
This is a genuine classic, in a world where that has become an overused citation. Stevie Wonder’s 18th album is among the greatest albums of all time.
A lighter, more life-affirming album than the one she intended to write, ‘Prism’ found Katy Perry making bold moves in new directions.
Full of double meaning and precision songcraft, Feeling Strangely Fine takes the listener on a heartfelt journey through all the stages of a relationship.
'Hole In My Shoe' was atypical Traffic, butit remains a prime example of the post-Summer of Love pop sound that echoed around the UK charts.
A selection of pithy and poignant quotations from the career of a founding father of rock’n’roll.