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Radiohead Are NOTOK

There are actually quite a few surprises for fans on OKNOTOK – including unreleased tracks I Promise, Lift and Man Of War

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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!

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Fancy digging crates, hearing top DJs, browsing the latest hardware, eating street food and drinking craft beer? Of course you do! Long Live Vinyl is proud to present The Vinyl Festival – a weekend-long celebration of the format, taking place at Printworks London, from 23 to 24 September
Fact – there’s no more money left in the music industry. Does that mean emerging acts should just give up trying? Of course not…
This rising South West punk band are ready to take the festival scene by storm
Filmmaker, musician and latter-day BBC 6 Music linchpin, Don Letts also has a pretty amazing record collection and a deep-rooted love of vinyl. So, who better to head out with for an afternoon of crate-digging? Don’s latest venture, the 19-track Culture Clash Radio is more an ‘audio autobiography’ than a Various Artists compilation…
Long Live Vinyl’s founder gets drawn into The Beatles’ …Inner Groove, putting the spotlight on Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’s two, secret, hidden tracks – and the world of run-off-groove madness they’ve since inspired
Each issue, our friends at 991.com trawl through the crates and bring us four more prized collectables. All values are for mint or near-mint condition copies
Peter Gabriel issues half-speed remasters of lm soundtracks
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This new star-studded TV documentary series and film about field recordings of artists from the USA’s distant past has revived some long-lost record-production technology. Jonathan Webster meets the people behind a pioneering project…
What started as a small gathering of music-loving friends has grown to become an expansive worldwide network of unique listening events. Laura K Williams talks to Classic Album Sundays founder Colleen Murphy…
The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is a masterpiece. Melodies, poetry, textures, moments of grandiose beauty… It’s possibly the most perfectly orchestrated album of all time, meticulously produced into an unfolding storyboard, then wrapped up in a matching gatefold sleeve. Gareth Murphy takes a look at the big one, from the biggest group ever…
Vinyl adventurer Mark Elliott boards a plane to Orlando and discovers a virtual theme park for record hunters, with nine – yes, nine – stores all ripe for a ransacking
With a century of output, collecting jazz records can be a daunting prospect. Martin Kelly brings you the definitive guide to some of the best records by the most creative artists from the genre’s most collectable and productive period on vinyl…
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Gareth Murphy meets Andrew Rossiter, boss of ORG Music – the Californian indie reissues label curating, re-releasing and restoring lost masterpieces back to their rightful place in the spotlight…
Photographer Tom Gundelfinger O’Neal was at the heart of the West Coast psychedelic-music boom in the 1960s, shooting album covers and portraits for rock royalty such as Jimi Hendrix, Joni Mitchell and Jim Morrison. Teri Saccone meets the man behind the lens…
“Art is only a way of expressing pain”, reckoned John Lennon – and with Rumours, Fleetwood Mac took massive hurt and polished it into a tour de force of pop-rock that helped define the 1970s. Michael Leonard looks back at a 40-million seller that has transcended genre and fanbase, and whose legend is half-based on the fractious relationships and excess that surrounded its very making…
Record collector Keith Dalgleish has a treasure trove of vinyl that spans the ages. But it’s the latter part of one decade in particular T H E V I N Y L I S T that really lights his fire. Mark Alexander finds out more…
Thurston Moore’s latest solo album, Rock N Roll Consciousness, is a work fuelled by the meditative effects that record collecting has had on the celebrated former Sonic Youth man and Jazzmaster-wielding noisenik’s psyche. Chris Parkin meets a pioneering artist who takes inspiration from the most eclectic of sources…
This three-track 7” has a troubled production history, which led to its appearance in various permutations – as a result, it has become a seriously rare and desirable find for punk aficionados…
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Drift Record Shop, in the Devon market town of Totnes, has launched its own magazine and festival without abandoning its ethos of supporting emerging acts. Gary Walker finds out more…
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The Feeder main man and solo artist takes us on a guided tour of his record collection and selects six of the best…
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SGT. PEPPER’S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (ANNIVERSARY SUPER DELUXE EDITION)
SONGS FROM THE WEST COAST
THE COMPLETE STUDIO COLLECTION
EXODUS 40: THE MOVEMENT CONTINUES
WHITE LIGHTNIN’ – THE SOLO BOX
ARE YOU READY? (THE RCA ERA)
WORKS VOL 1 & 2
MUSIC FROM TWIN PEAKS & FIRE WALK WITH ME
ITERATION
CIGARETTES AFTER SEX
HOW DID WE GET SO DARK?
WAITING ON A SONG
HOME COUNTIES
WEATHER DIARIES
B-SIDES AND RARITIES
THE MAGPIE SALUTE
PLATINUM TIPS + ICE CREAM
PLANETARIUM
CITY MUSIC
ABYSMAL THOUGHTS
POWERPLANT
HOW THE WEST WAS WON
PARTY
EVERY VALLEY
BINARY
HUG OF THUNDER
TRUTH IS A BEAUTIFUL THING
IS THIS THE LIFE WE REALLY WANT?
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