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Record Collector Issue 550 (November 2023) The Marquee

Record Collector Issue 550 (November 2023) The Marquee

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Record Collector Issue 550 (November 2023) The Marquee

COVER STORY - THE MARQUEE - It was only supposed to accommodate around 800 people, but its size was far outstripped by its history, as from 1958 until its relocation in the late 80s, this central London venue became arguably Britain’s most famous rock’n’roll landmark. Performers and patrons help the authors of a new book tell its story
PAUL YOUNG - He may be best known for a No 1 Marvin Gaye cover and the Band Aid single, but either side he’s dabbled in everything from Tex-Mex to big band jazz. He retraces a long and winding creative road
GLENN HUGHES - As he reprises his role in Deep Purple MkIII, touring their 1974 album Burn, the former Trapeze frontman talks frankly about a career that left him with a somewhat patchy memory of events
ARTHUR BAKER - When punk and electronic music began to cross wires in the late 70s, this New Englander played a key role behind the remixer’s desk. Hip hop and, erm, Bob Dylan also owe him a debt
CLIFF BENNETT - His Rebel Rousers were once managed by Brian Epstein and their career predated The Beatles, but his take on the beat boom’s R’n’B sound would impress more than just his immediate contemporaries
CORINNE BAILEY RAE - Some 17 years since she first emerged, this UK soul-pop songwriter has undergone major personal and artistic evolutions. Now she’s looking to a Chicago arts project for inspiration
FROM THE VAULTS - Unpacking box sets, reissues and compilations including Who’s Next, Tony Visconti’s production highlights and Nancy Sinatra’s rarities
NEW ALBUMS - New offerings from Lol Tolhurst, Budgie and Jacknife Lee (together) plus our informed verdict on Glen Hansard, The Streets and Róisín Murphy
BOOKS - Including memoirs from Geddy Lee, Sly Stone and Stewart Copeland
SINGLES - Featuring a picture disc by Freddie Mercury and the Stones’ new disc
LIVES - From Twickenham to Reykjavik, our correspondents report back on shows by Megadeth, Blur, Depeche Mode and more

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