Record Collector - Issue 532 Jun 2022

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Issue 532 Jun 2022

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june 2022 


THE SEX PISTOLS - Forty-five years since hijacking the Queen’s silver jubilee, the Sex Pistols are depicted in a new TV series.
John Lydon does not approve, and is typically forthright in his views of his old band as well as his groundbreaking work with the still-touring PiL.
Messrs Cook, Matlock and Jones, unsurprisingly, take a different view. Along with a two-page discography we also look at the incredible afterlife of
that uber-rare A&M pressing of God Save The Queen
JIMMY WEBB - Still writing and performing at 75, the writer of Wichita Lineman and MacArthur Park has a fair few stories to tell. Includes drunken Beatles,
inquiring Elvis and rugby pitch invasions with Richard Harris
FOUR TOPS - Founding member Abdul “Duke” Fakir looks back on a seven-decade career. He won’t dwell on the bad times, but there are plenty of good ones to remember
DREAM THEATER - Since the late 80s, this Boston band have consistently broken new ground for progressive metal. They tell us why DT is “The best job in the world”
THOMAS LEER - As his groundbreaking 1979 album with Robert Rental, The Bridge, is reissued, we shine a deserved light on a relatively unsung Scottish synthpop pioneer
THE dB’S - They may have been uncomfortable with the “power pop” tag but this North Carolina quartet were quietly influential, as a new compilation illustrates
FROM THE VAULTS - Reissues and comps from The Associates, Neil Young, Norah Jones and more reviewed
NEW ALBUMS - Porridge Radio, Arcade Fire and Everything Everything are among numerous new releases scrutinised
BOOKS - New tomes focus on subjects including Bowie, Dylan and the Four Tops
SINGLES - Josef K, Andy Partridge and Wedding Present 7”s get a first listen
LIVES - Shows from The Who, Rick Wakeman and 10cc witnessed