Record Collector - Issue 530 Apr 2022

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Issue 530 Apr 2022


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APRIL 2022 


101 MOST VALUABLE MEMORABILIA PIECES - Rock’n’roll-related artefacts have commanded consistently rising prices at auction since the 80s. We compile the priciest examples, from Lennon’s piano to Elvis’ wrist watch 
BETTY DAVIS - The outrageous funk rebel remembered in all her taboo-busting glory 
LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM - Multi-platinum success yet still a cult artist? The former Mac man is a curious case...
BILLIE HOLIDAY - From a new book about the great Lady, a pictorial history with commentary from some notable fans
JAC HOLZMAN - Mr Elektra looks back at the most memorable records he worked on, from Love to Bread to The Stooges
MARILLION - Steves Rothery and Hogarth explain how the neo-prog misfits survived and thrived with a little help from their fans
ANIMAL COLLECTIVE - An album-by-album look at how the New Yorkers redefined psychedelic music for the 2000s
SUPERSIZE ART - Morgan Howell paints 7" singles, creases and all, at large scale. His many high-profile fans sing his praises
THE JASMINE MINKS - The story of the Glaswegian janglers whose soulful indie-pop helped define the early Creation sound
COLIN BLUNSTONE - The former Zombie found solo success in short supply, but belated appreciation is plentiful
FROM THE VAULTS - Reissues and comps from T.Rex, Keith Richards and many others ruthlessly, but fairly, dissected
NEW ALBUMS - Fontaines D.C. lead this month’s parade of long-playing releases
BOOKS - New volumes on Suede, Quo and Peter Green are read and recommended