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Articles in the current Issue

Deeper Understanding

Deeper Understanding

Kate Bush shocked the world when she announced her first live concerts in 35 years. Kris Needs interviewed her three times when she was at the peak of her powers – and reveals why she never lost them The return of Kate Bush to the concert stage after 35 years has been greeted with the kind of hysteria which has already made the 22 shows she’s performing at the Eventim Apollo in London …




A true end of an era: having ceased appearing live with Nazareth in 2013, the release of their new album Rock’N’Roll Telephone completes singer Dan McCafferty’s (mere) 45 years with the Scottish rockers. Ian Abrahams hears the reminiscences of a genuine big beast of British rock  If it seems like Nazareth have been part of the fabric of British rock music forever, perhaps …

ARTICLE From Issue 430



Jazz giant Julian ‘Cannonball’ Adderley began his career as Charlie Parker’s heir apparent, then played on Miles Davis’ A Kind Of Blue and laid the foundations of soul-jazz. To coincide with the first reissue of Cannonball’s 1972 album, The Black Messiah, Charles Waring pays tribute to the underrated alto saxophonist Everybody liked him right away because he was this big, jovial guy, …

ARTICLE From Issue 430

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Box sets from The Beatles, Elvis Presley, INXS. Reissues from Wire, and Queen live. Q&As with: Accept, UB40's Ali Campbell, ex-Whitesnake's Bernie Marsden, THE THE, Rage's Mike Terrana.

Reviews from the current issue

Here is a selection from over 200 reviews from this month's Record Collector, the magazine that has the world's largest coverage of reissues

GALLERY - The Wind That Shakes The Barley

Sophisticated folksters? They’ve been to Leeds   The revolution in privately pressed recordings gathers apace with a rare item by this little-known folk ensemble from Yorkshire. Husband and wife Royce and Barbara Seabourne, guitarist Alan Morrison and violinist Mark Utley were evidently influenced by Nic Jones and Martin Carthy, and stuck to traditional paths of …

ALBUM REVIEW From Issue 430

VARIOUS ARTISTS - The Famous Charisma Label UK Album And Single Discography by Inky Tuscadero

Charming reference book full of Charisma  With front and rear sleeve shots, gatefold spreads and label scans, this book offers more than the bog-standard discography. Priddey has gone to every effort to illustrate the LPs and singles released on Charisma’s much-sought “pink scroll” label, giving us a sumptuous look at some seriously rare gems …

BOOK REVIEW From Issue 430

GRANT HART - Every Everything: The Music, Life & Times Of Grant Hart

The Hart of the matter During director Gorman Bechard’s Every Everything: The Music, Life & Times Of Grant Hart, the film’s subject confides that facing up to life after Hüsker Dü’s 1987 split was like “jumping out of an aeroplane and knowing the ’chute would open”. It sounds like bravado but there’s some truth in there. Though Hart’s …

DVD REVIEW From Issue 430

- London Shepherd’s Bush O2 Empire (8th June, 2014)

View: second tier, seating The Bunnymen played numerous tracks from the recently-released Meteorites, including Constantinople and Holy Moses, which blended easily with classic tracks such as Rescue and All That Jazz. The gig took a while to get going, the first half featuring consecutive renditions of one new song, then one old one, while McCulloch seemed to be having trouble with his …

LIVE REVIEW From Issue 430


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