Record Collector - Issue 536 Oct 2022

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Issue 536 Oct 2022


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100 RECORDS WORTH £100 - In honour of 2024’s best-yet edition of the Rare Record Price Guide, departing editor Ian Shirley curates an expansive selection of 100 rare and collectable £100 records from across 20 different genres – plus we give him a ton to splurge on vinyl as he wishes…
HUGH CORNWELL - The Stranglers’ founder member on his musical youth, the Class of ’77, his newfound love of podcasting and recent album, Moments Of Madness
DOLENZ, JONES, BOYCE & HART - Millions tuned in to their capers on The Monkees TV show, but what of the shortlived pop ‘supergroup’ that followed? RC speaks to Bobby Hart and assorted related players
ORBITAL - With career retrospective 30 Something now in circulation, Orbital’s younger sibling Paul Hartnoll talks us through their LPs – and their trip from living room floor to TOTP
BRIAN AUGER - UK jazz-rock visionary and genre-flexing 60s kingpin Brian Auger regales Garth Cartwright with tales of Hendrix, piano pyramids and brainwashing The Monkees…
WILLIAM BELL - Sampled by Kanye and covered by Billy Idol, RC meets the Memphis soulman and unsung star of the Stax roster
THE BEAU BRUMMELS - At the vanguard of America’s beat-music scene, San Fran’s Beau Brummels fashioned a unique sound from pop, country rock and psychedelia
FROM THE VAULTS - Dead Kennedys, She-punks, Wilco, reggae, soul and more
NEW ALBUMS - Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott, Editors, Beth Orton and Pixies
BOOKS - Synth-pop godfather Martyn Ware, Fierce Panda memoirs, shoegaze, and the King
MOVIES/DVDS - US director Brett Morgen’s ultimate Bowie odyssey
SINGLES - The Playn Jane, Gloria Scott, The Chefs, Gods Of The Revolution on 45
LIVES - Elton in Hyde Park, The Selecter, Peter Hook, Bluedot and Christina in Liverpool