Record Collector Issue 529 (March 2022) Jethro Tull

Record Collector Issue 529 (March 2022)

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Record Collector Issue 529 (March 2022) Jethro Tull

JETHRO TULL - Leaving the 60s British blues scene behind to become flute-wielding, codpiece-enhanced prog giants, Jethro Tull always ploughed their own furrow. As they return with a biblically themed new album, Ian Anderson has less hair but as many trenchant opinions as ever
MEAT LOAF - Michael Lee Aday’s better-known alter ego remembered in all his fabulously over-the-top pomp-rock glory
RONNIE SPECTOR - The late Ronettes pop firebrand appreciated by the huge array of stars who were touched by that voice
LUCINDA WILLIAMS - Still going strong despite suffering a stroke, a grand dame of Americana is the subject of The RC Interview
HENRY STONE - The final interview with the late Miami record mogul, looking back on 70 years of groundbreaking dealmaking
TEARS FOR FEARS - Back after a 17-year hiatus with a new album, the synth pop graduates are now getting the long-overdue respect they deserve
GOLDIE & THE GINGERBREADS - This trailblazing New York girl group never made much of a mark on the charts, but their legacy far outweighs their record sales

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