Posted: November 3, 2022 in MUSIC

Paul Weller may appear to be modelling 1984-era Left Bank clobber here but there’s nothing casual about his contribution to the latest RC. He delves deep into his solo catalogue to discuss his favourite lost tracks then takes us record shopping to his fave vinyl emporium in West London and annotates a list of the best B-sides by other artists. We send not one but two intrepid journalists to interview Robert Fripp about his solo career. Ken Scott remembers working on Bowie’s Hunky Dory. Jimmy Cliff has happy/sad memories of his reggae glory days. Jason Draper stakes a claim for Holland as The Beach Boys album for connoisseurs and cognoscenti. We meet two mad-fer-it Oasis collectors. Creem’s editor emeritus (yup) picks a dozen or so of the 70s/80s rock bible’s best front covers… And so much more. Out on Thursday this week. It’s entertainment.

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