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On the record


Bowie’s Golden discs

Four new vinyl releases for Bowie aficionados – including a pair of collectable gold discs

Record Store Day was pretty exciting for Bowie fans, but June is set to be the best month of the year with four – four! – special new vinyl releases. First up, Parlophone’s ongoing series of picture discs celebrating the 40th anniversary of each of Bowie’s singles reaches Be My Wife. Originally the second single from Low, it will be backed by a previously unreleased live recording of Art Decade, recorded when the Isolar II tour arrived at the Perth Entertainment Centre in Australia on 15 November 1978. The photos on both sides of the disc come from Paris in June 1977 and the archives of Christian Simonpietri. There’s also a two-track red vinyl version of I’m Afraid Of Americans, its sleeve depicting Bowie in front of a wall in Mexico City, taken by Mexican photographer Fernando Aceves. Trent Reznor’s V1 Edit is on the A-side, with a rare acoustic live version of Heroes from the Shoreline Amphitheatre in California on 20 October 1996 on the B-side.

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On sale 50 years to the day after The Beatles released their timeless masterpiece Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, issue 4 of Long Live Vinyl tells the full story of one of the greatest albums ever made, as well as taking an in-depth look at the new Anniversary edition masterminded by Giles Martin. Elsewhere, we round up the essential 40 jazz records, take a crate-digging trip to Orlando, get the lowdown on the new American Epic TV series with Jack White, T Bone Burnett, Elton John and Robert Redford, and Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours goes under the microscope in our Classic Album feature. We also meet Sonic Youth noisenik and record collector extraordinaire Thurston Moore, profile Classic Album Sundays and bring you the most comprehensive range of vinyl-related reviews anywhere!