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Long Live Vinyl Magazine

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Calling all vinyl heads! Long Live Vinyl is the UK’s number 1 magazine devoted to the appreciation and collection of vinyl. Every month, Long Live Vinyl magazine takes you on a journey inside some of the world's greatest record shops. Be among the first to know of all the best new hot off the press releases, as well as the latest news from the vinyl industry. In every issue, you’ll find interviews with vinyl collectors, bands and pioneers, as well as competitions for the latest tech. If you love vinyl then Long Live Vinyl is the magazine for you. Indulge in your passion every month with our wonderful artist collecting guides and classic album recommendations.


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Long Live Vinyl  |  Dec 2018  


The Beatles or The Rolling Stones? Issue 21 of Long Live Vinyl celebrates the moment 50 years ago when the two biggest bands on earth went head to head on record-shop shelves. Our cover story tells the inside story of the making of The White Album and Beggars Banquet, while taking a look inside the new Deluxe Editions of both albums – you’ve never heard The White Album like this before! And our special collector’s edition covers enable you to choose either a Beatles or Stones edition – or buy both!

Elsewhere this issue, we meet two of the most outspoken characters in the current musical landscape – Richard Ashcroft and Baxter Dury – to hear about their extraordinary new albums, and Heavenly Records founder Jeff Barrett talks us through his remarkable life in music, selecting the records that have soundtracked his career.

Tim Burgess sits down for a chat about his O Genesis record label, The Trip visits Liverpool, our Classic Album is A Tribe Called Quest’s 1993 hip-hop masterpiece Midnight Marauders and we round up 40 Essential Laurel Canyon records that should be residing in your collection.

If all that’s not enough, we bring you the most extensive range of new album, reissue and hardware reviews anywhere on the newsstand.

Long Live Vinyl is the all-new magazine for the vinyl obsessed music lover. Whether you are a seasoned collector, or new to the vinyl scene, you’ll find an eclectic mix of features inside every digital issue. The tables have turned in the music industry through recent years and vinyl has seen a huge resurgence in popularity. From the old classics, all the way through to the freshest new releases, Long Live Vinyl magazine is jam-packed with the latest news, interviews and reviews. Enjoy features like “Talking Shop” where we take you inside some of the UK’s top record shops, as well as “The Trip” where we travel to a different store from around the world every month!


Long Live Vinyl digital magazine is the perfect place for vinyl lovers to indulge their passion for the format, with commentary on not only the latest releases but the latest tech too. Peruse our extensive buyers guides at your leisure and enter our competitions to give yourself a chance of winning some incredible prizes!

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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Long Live Vinyl Dec 2018.

Welcome… It’s become accepted wisdom that the making of the Beatl es, aka the White Album, was the moment that the fractures within the band became critical – its sprawling, diverse brilliance t...
On the record ELECTRIC LADYLAND (SLIGHT RETURN) 50th anniversary extravaganza for Hendrix fans Hot on the heels of our Issue 19 cover story, a 50th anniversary Deluxe Edition reissue of The Jimi ...
Simon says After showing his fancy linen in public, our columnist expands his horizons searching for new musical talent for Bella Union, leading to some enlightening cultural exchanges… Running Bella Unio...
#19 Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space Spiritualized Spiritualized main man Jason Pierce had been attracted to Mark Farrow’s work with Pet Shop Boys, telling him at the first meeting for the Ladies And Gentlemen… cover simply, ...
IAN PEEL’S LINER NOTES They’ve been the subject of court cases and inquiries into satanic subversion and were to vinyl what Easter Eggs were to DVDs. Let’s take a look at the weird world of backward messages… Listeni...
SNAPPED ANKLES Green shoots of creativity as London innovators hone sophomore album Emerging from London’s fiercely independent warehouse venue scene and shunning the constraints of traditional live performan...
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Long Live Vinyl   |   Dec 2018   


The Beatles or The Rolling Stones? Issue 21 of Long Live Vinyl celebrates the moment 50 years ago when the two biggest bands on earth went head to head on record-shop shelves. Our cover story tells the inside story of the making of The White Album and Beggars Banquet, while taking a look inside the new Deluxe Editions of both albums – you’ve never heard The White Album like this before! And our special collector’s edition covers enable you to choose either a Beatles or Stones edition – or buy both!

Elsewhere this issue, we meet two of the most outspoken characters in the current musical landscape – Richard Ashcroft and Baxter Dury – to hear about their extraordinary new albums, and Heavenly Records founder Jeff Barrett talks us through his remarkable life in music, selecting the records that have soundtracked his career.

Tim Burgess sits down for a chat about his O Genesis record label, The Trip visits Liverpool, our Classic Album is A Tribe Called Quest’s 1993 hip-hop masterpiece Midnight Marauders and we round up 40 Essential Laurel Canyon records that should be residing in your collection.

If all that’s not enough, we bring you the most extensive range of new album, reissue and hardware reviews anywhere on the newsstand.
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