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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 …

FEATURED ARTICLE From Issue 430

QUITE A FLIGHT

QUITE A FLIGHT

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

CANNONBALL’S RUN

CANNONBALL’S RUN

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

THE ALARM - When The Storm Broke

A hard rain’s a-gonna fall   They flushed away their teenage years as punk outfit The Toilets and were later derided for their bog-brush hairdos, cowboy boots and earnest idealism, but Welsh rockers The Alarm nonetheless endured, notching up an enviable seven Top 40 hits and five Top 30 LPs during their 80s prime. The group scored mainstream success through good …

ALBUM REVIEW From Issue 430

GERARD ROUY PETER BRöTZMANN & GERARD ROUY - We Thought We Could Change The World: Conversations With Gerard Rouy Peter Brötzmann & Gerard Rouy by Peter Brötzmann & Gerard Rouy

Walrus Of Wuppertal waxes on Anyone who’s experienced the primal, disconcerting savagery of Peter Brötzmann’s totemic Machine Gun, or the metallic muscle of the saxophonist’s wildly obfuscating troupes, such as Die Like A Dog, Full Blast and the Chicago Tentet, may initially be taken aback upon reading this exceptional volume. For a start, it’s extraordinarily …

BOOK REVIEW From Issue 430

MôNICA VASCONCELOS & THE LONDON BOSSA COLLECTIVE - London Bossa

London’s bossa queen in a capital documentary While Brazil has moved steadily away from its musical traditions, bossa nova’s flame continues to burn brightly in London thanks to the presence of vocalist Mônica Vasconcelos. This DVD celebrates 20 years since her relocation from São Paulo, with a mixture of interviews and live footage revealing a passionate and eloquent …

DVD REVIEW From Issue 430

- Manchester Arena (25th June, 2014)

View: stage-right Since hell froze over, in 1994, the Eagles have been ploughing the familiar furrow that they established in the early-70s. The History Of The Eagles Tour covers pre- and post-Joe Walsh eras, with the highlight a first half featuring a dozen early numbers, with Bernie Leadon back in the fold. Glenn Frey has put years of friction behind him and offered up some fantastic …

LIVE REVIEW From Issue 430

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