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Articles in the current Issue

Yesterday’s kids, today’s legends

Yesterday’s kids, today’s legends

The Jam’s Setting Sons was released 35 years ago. It marked a turning point in the band’s career where it became clear their impact would last. But they had faced a fight to get the record heard. Tim Peacock talks to key figures in the making of an album that sounds every bit as vital today 1978 was arguably the most turbulent year of The Jam’s decade-long career. The poor reception …

FEATURED ARTICLE From Issue 434

TO THE OTHER SIDE

TO THE OTHER SIDE

Spacemen 3 made indie music with a hint of the Velvets, a heap of hallucinogens, and an almost religious fervour. Too intense to last, in absentia the band is loved more than ever. Ian Shirley plays with fire… "I wish we didn’t have to do this interview,” Peter Kember, aka Sonic Boom, told a Melody Maker journalist in March 1989. “I wish we could just sit around and …

ARTICLE From Issue 434

THEY GOT THE LOOK

THEY GOT THE LOOK

Prince broke a four-year silence with the release of two new albums in September… yet sent his new group, 3RDEYEGIRL, out on the road to do the talking for him. Jason Draper gets eyed up by the ladies… Four years can be a lifetime in Prince’s world. Take 1984-87, a period when he ruled pop music, becoming the only artist since The Beatles to simultaneously hold the No 1 spot in the …

ARTICLE From Issue 434

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Box sets from Bruce Springsteen, ABBA, REM, Jesus Jones, Tears For Fears, The Jam, Simon & Garfunkel, The Moody Blues, Ulver, The Go-Betweens. Deluxe Jethro Tull. Q&As with: Devilment's Dani Filth, Rammstein's Richard Kruspe, Live, Kobra & The Lotus.

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

ALBERT LEE & HOGAN’S HEROES - Sutton Boom Boom Club (7th October, 2014)

View: through the gathering gloom The silver-haired septuagenarian guitar hero pulled a mixed-gender, middle-aged crowd, he and his four musicians dressed in black in subdued lighting. Squinting from the (not so) cheap seats, Lee could be seen making occasional keyboard forays, as on Jimmy Webb’s Highwayman, inspiring the night’s most passionate vocals. Guitar-led covers included The …

LIVE REVIEW From Issue 434

STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN - Rise Of A Texas Bluesman 1954-1983

Stevie’s story up to the point where he makes it big It’s fair to say that Texas in the 80s isn’t the most celebrated chapter in the story of the blues, so it would be churlish to discredit this film for what it isn’t: an essential purchase for blues lovers. What it is, on the other hand, is a decent, affectionate telling of the formative years of Stevie Ray Vaughan, one of …

DVD REVIEW From Issue 434

- Hip-Hop Family Tree 1975-1983: Gift Box Set by Ed Piskor

Time to get illustrated From unofficial graphic novels printed by Todd Loren’s Revolutionary Comics, to officially sanctioned endeavours by the like of KISS, and even Prince, classic rock has had a longstanding history with the comic-strip medium. Yet with so many larger-than-life personalities, alter egos and out-there costumes (please welcome… Afrika Bambaataa), hip-hop’s …

BOOK REVIEW From Issue 434

GEORGE HARRISON - The Apple Years 1968-75

Comprehensive early works by George In the wake of The Dark Horse Years, praise be for the emergence of its tastier companion, The Apple Years, a 7CD box set with a bonus DVD and book. (The albums are also available individually, all bar one with a sprinkling of bonus tracks.) Firstly, it’s heartening to see 1968’s Wonderwall Music and (the bonus-less) Electronic Sounds reappearing: …

ALBUM REVIEW From Issue 434

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