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HENRY JAMISON

The singer-songwriter from Vermont takes aim and fires at toxic masculinity

On the Radar

The first lyrics to ring out from Henry Jamison’s second record, Gloria Duplex, are borrowed, in part, from the traditional Irish folk song Arthur McBride. The original song, collected and reworked across generations, as many folk songs are, rails against military recruitment and the violence of war.

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Issue 25 of Long Live Vinyl comes with your free 40-page Official Record Store Day 2019 magazine, the complete guide to all 500+ releases to help you get ready for 13 April! It’s the only place you’ll find full details of every Record Store Day release, plus there’s the chance to win £50 of Record Tokens to give you a head start on the big day. Elsewhere in issue 25, we pay tribute to Neil Young, as his bandmates, producers and a host of musicians influenced by one of the world’s greatest songwriters tell us about 50 years with Shakey. We also speak to Sleeper, Beirut and Michael Chapman about their brilliant new albums, meet stellar producer Stephen Street, chart the rise of Discogs and welcome our new columnist, Pete Paphides. If all that’s not enough, you’ll find the most comprehensive range of new album, reissue and hardware reviews anywhere on the newsstand. Long Live Vinyl is THE magazine for vinyl lovers.