Record Collector - Issue 527 Jan 2022

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Issue 527 Jan 2022


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january 2022 


This month, Queen edit Record Collector. Their selections are marked QERC
Exclusive features include

THE ROLLING STONES IN THE 80s - Focusing on an oft-maligned period for the band, Kris Needs makes a passionate album-by-album case for adjusting our view of a difficult decade for Mick, Keef, Charlie and co
BILLY BRAGG - We grill the right honourable member for Barking on 40 years of activism, patriotism and establishing his very own Essex-rooted brand of Americana 
JOY DIVISION - A pictorial guide to the evolution of Joy Division into New Order, taken from a new book
JOHN LEYTON - The Joe Meek protege struck gold with Johnny Remember Me, then went quiet. What happened next?
THE KORGIS - The curious tale of how two refugees from folk-proggers Stackridge were reborn as synthpop mavericks
MAGNUM - Bob Catley tells one of black country rock’s great survivor stories as it continues past the half-century mark
THE REAL THING - As a 7CD career retrospective is released, co-founder Chris Amoo recounts the turbulent history of the pioneering Liverpool soul quartet
FROM THE VAULTS - Reissues and comps from the Waterboys, The Band, Fela Kuti and plenty more given expert appraisal
NEW ALBUMS - Elvis Costello and Cat Power are among new releases assessed
BOOKS - A new Mark Lanegan memoir plus an official Stones tome reviewed
DVDS - Bruce Springsteen, Depeche Mode and Beverly Glenn-Copeland films reviewed
SINGLES - Ringo Starr, Lady Wray and other 45s given the spin
LIVES - Hawkwind and Patti Smith are among the acts we’ve seen recently