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Articles in the current Issue

THE ENDLESS RIVER

THE ENDLESS RIVER

Kris Needs dives deep to discover the truth about the band’s unanticipated new album – and it looks like being an entirely positive experience for Floyd’s loyal legion of fans Titled after a line in The Division Bell track High Hopes, The Endless River is the first new album to bear Pink Floyd’s name since 1994. Needless to say, precise details are under heavy guard until its …

FEATURED ARTICLE From Issue 432

COLLECTING PUNK MEMORABILIA

An explosion of interest in the punk era has generated an outrageous rise in prices for posters, badges, fanzines and all manner of pretty vacant bits and bobs. Tim Naylor gens us up on what to covet in that 70s Solatio shoe box – or steal from Bill Grundy’s loft to flog… So you’ve bought your Ramones T-shirt from Primark and a Sid Vicious poster from Amazon, but you crave a little …

ARTICLE From Issue 432

CAREFUL WITH THAT CASH, EUGENE

CAREFUL WITH THAT CASH, EUGENE

The impending release of a new album, The Endless River, has got Pink Floyd fans abuzz and is likely to refresh the collectors’ market for their global rarities. Joe Geesin and Hervé Denoyelle provide an update on the prices of the band’s most sought-after wonders. Plus, Kris Needs tells us what their new record is all about Pink Floyd, pioneers of psychedelia turned progressive rock, …

ARTICLE From Issue 432

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Box/deluxe sets from The Wedding Present, Wings, Led Zeppelin, Jon Lord, Kylie Minogue, King Crimson. Reissues from Ian Dury. Q&As with: Foreigner, The Quireboys, Threshold, Stanley Clarke, Simon Phillips.

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

THOMPSON TWINS’ TOM BAILEY - Reading Sub89 (14th August, 2014)

View: standing, left His first gig in 27 years! After years of exile in New Zealand, only Tom Bailey remains from the Thompson Twins, after divorcing long-standing partner Alannah Currie. Warming up for the Rewind Festival, tickets had gone to lucky fans in competitions, and what a prize! Backed by three female musicians, the atmosphere was, like the band, electric. Entering with a hand-held …

LIVE REVIEW From Issue 432

RONNIE LANE - One For The Road: The Ronnie Lane Memorial Concert

An emotional farewell, a night to remember In 2004, seven years after Lane’s death from pneumonia in the final stages of progressive multiple sclerosis, friends and admirers of the former Faces and Small Faces stalwart gathered at the Royal Albert Hall to give him a belated send-off. The fact that the ensuing concert ran for over three-and-a-half hours gives an idea of just how high a …

DVD REVIEW From Issue 432

THE STRANGLERS - Peaches: A Chronicle Of The Stranglers 1974-1990 by Robert Endeacott

My black pages Leeds native Robert Endeacott exemplifies the dedication displayed by all long-term fans of The Stranglers. He attended his first gig aged just 16, in 1981, and he’s followed the Meninblack through thick and thin, without his loyalty ever threatening to waver. Endeacott has previously issued several books about his other lifelong passion, Leeds United FC. He brings a …

BOOK REVIEW From Issue 432

VARIOUS ARTISTS - The Nashville Sound: Country Music’s Golden Era

Well-worn oldies saved by a thoughtful essay The only thing that saves this four-disc collection from being just yet another collection of “classic” country favourites is the essay in the 32-page booklet. The author isn’t credited clearly, but seems most likely to be Russell Beecher, who compiled and produced the set. Whoever it was deserves much kudos for creating a thesis that …

ALBUM REVIEW From Issue 432

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