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  4. Oasis - Slideaway, Doors - The End, Mozart - Requiem, and that's it. Take me away in a box. Get happy.
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  6. I'm a digital subscriber so don't get the CD. Is this available on Spotify, Apple Music, somewhere else? Don't want to have to buy the physical magazine to hear these tracks.
  7. Later I found this on the "Albums that should exist" blog - it seems to be a fantasy album made from rare tracks by a fan if the man. I would be careful following any links from this site though. https://albumsthatshouldexist.blogspot.com/2018/08/van-morrison-caledonia-soul-music.html Best
  8. Thankyou so much Ayes. I found it on Youtube and it seems like a cd. There are other tracks such as Daring Night Outtakes which is truly beautiful, the old Van. And there are other tracks as well. I just cannot believe I cant buy it. Thankyou for your help. Kate
  9. Hi Kate I don't know for sure if Van Morrison made a record called Caledonia Soul Music but I could be wrong. It looks like the only track of that name was a 16 minute out take available on youtube. It might be on a bootleg somewhere. It was the name of his publisher though, and a search on discogs shows many Van Morrison CDs though this is not one of them. https://www.discogs.com/label/327995-Caledonia-Soul-Music Happy hunting
  10. And today's death songs are Arvo Pärt - Spiegel im Spiegel (Like the Beatles "Because" only stripped bare - piano & violin), Art Blakey - Moanin, Richard and Linda Thompson - Night Comes In. Perhaps this is a Kinks - Dead End Street or John Mayall's Empty Rooms.
  11. Can anyone please, please tell me where I can purchase this cd? Kate Almond
  12. Just bought the NY Ultimate magazine. The cover says archive deep dive and the magazine foreword mentions what I assume is a Tyler Wilcox article. I can’t find the above in my copy. Do I have a misprint copy? Or was the above omitted? I’m disappointed.
  13. Todays last songs are Lou Reed - Berlin (complete), Grandaddy - So You'll Aim Toward the Sky and Ludovico Einaudi - Life (From the Time Lapse CD) Bit of a dead end this huh?
  14. Excellent CD all the way through Michael. That's two in a row. Please go for the hat trick.
  15. I had a really weird dream last night. I was sitting in God's waiting room waiting to be called through the door. It wasn't so bad, just like the doctors or dentist waiting room, but with cake, tea and whisky. I don't recall if Uncut was provided amongst the many magazines. The call to the door would be a song allotted to you by the receptionist, one that you really hate, in my case The Foundations - Build Me Up Buttercup, a record that makes me feel sick. The poor guy before me went through the door listening to Bing Crosby's White Christmas. Fortunately I awoke before my turn came aroun
  16. Hi John, Would love to see UMGs on the Finn Brothers (ie. Crowded House, Neil & Tim solo, Finn Bros) & Damon Albarn (Blur & Gorillaz). Also Carole King, James Taylor. Neil Diamond, Billy Joel, George Michael/Wham & Madonna I love your Ultimate Music Guides and have bought a number now and have also managed to track some of the out-of-print editions down too. I especially loved the REM, Bowie, Kate Bush & Elton editions and discovered long lost deep album track gems. I love the immersive nature of them and the album-by-album reappraisals and have found some amazin
  17. Hi Andy. Thanks for the kind words about the CD! I've let Tom know... Sorry to hear about the skipping track. DM me your address and I'll see what I can do. Cheers!
  18. Hey folks, Subs copies are already arriving, I notice, but here is the first official reveal of our June 2021 issue. You might have gathered from the palaver on Friday around our Bob Dylan covers CD that we've gone big on Dylan's upcoming 80th birthday... and, indeed, we have. Our all-singing, all-dancing tribute is on sale from Thursday. There’s more, of course. Paul Weller, Marianne Faithfull, Can, Spiritualized, Field Music, UB40, Stephen Stills, The Strokes, Will Oldham, James, The National and My Bloody Valentine for starters... As ever, let us know what you think.
  19. Have just received the latest issue and this Dylan covers album. It's a great addition to the uncut freebie canon! Thanks especially to Tom Pinnock, who must have put a lot of work into the compilation. Sadly, however and literally as I am writing this, the last track has started to jump. Any chance of a replacement?
  20. Hi there. Can you drop me a line at michael dot bonner at uncut dot co dot uk and I'll see what I can do. Incidentally, I've edited your original message to remove your home address - while I think everyone on these boards is super friendly, it might be best not to post a residential address on a public forum. Thanks!
  21. Beefheart Beef Although you interviewed the right musicians for the recent piece on early Beefheart, you should have clarified to your readers that the article was stopping before Trout Mask Replica. And I thought the box showing the best of early Beefheart and the Magic Band was not well done. After Safe as Milk came the controversial 1968 psychedelic masterpiece Strictly Personal (9/10). I have worn out several copies over the years. That album introduced the song Mirror Man, so I felt it was inappropriate to list the Mirror Man Sessions in your chart rather than Strictly Personal. And
  22. I received the regular monthly CD but not the Weather Station CD. After reading about the band, I was sorry not to have received it. Would love to get a copy. I am an overseas subscriber. Thanks.
  23. Hey folks, A heads up for you all: we're about to announce our the CD that will accompany our next issue. Called Dylan Revisited, it includes 14 brand new covers of Dylan songs recorded exclusively for Uncut alongside one, previously unreleased Dylan track. There's Richard Thompson, Cowboy Junkies, The Weather Station, Low, Frazey Ford, The Flaming Lips, Brigid Mae Power and many, many others. We humbly think it's one of our finest CDs - we hope you like it too. You can find more info about it here - http://bit.ly/uncutdylan2021 - and we'll reveal the full issue conte
  24. Fully-updated to include all Neil's new work of the last four years, and featuring an extensive new guide to Archives 2 and its many associated releases....it's the Ultimate Music Guide to Neil Young! A deluxe, 148 page trip way down in the rust bucket... You can read more here And you can get yourself a copy (with free UK P&P) here
  25. Hi all, The familiar heartbreaking tale of hitting the limit with storage space means it's time to part with my Uncut collection. I have all issues in mint condition from 1999–2019 with all their free CDs and any supplements. £100 the lot ONO. Buyer collects (Essex, UK). Feel free to email me for further info: steven.swaby@gmail.com. It would be nice to give these fine publications a good home and prevent my wife adding them to a bonfire in the near future.
  26. M.E.M.E. are an Italian psychedelic rock band with influences ranging from ’70s progressive rock to recent trap music. Founded in 2015 in a West Rome hood’s garage, by the guitarist“ Fregia$” (Edoardo Morena) and the drummer “Papy” (Emiliano Betti). They aim at giving new shades to progressive and psychedelic rock music by adding sounds typical of electronic and internet music. Here is where the problems start: how to explain such a counterintuitive and ethereal idea to prospective members of the band? Few musicians were auditioned but the perfect vibe was never achieved. Maybe
  27. An interesting genre that hasn't had much coverage in mainstream mags that I'd like to see an Ultimate Genre Guide for is Industrial Music. It's a scene that spawned some huge stadium acts (NIN, Rammstein), cult bands (Throbbing Gristle, Killing Joke), and controversial people (Marilyn Manson, Al Jorgenson). There are lots of stories to tell. But also, it's a genre with its own distinctive aesthetic and ideology, which would make for a very interesting looking magazine
  28. Wow! Great job. Now that I'd like to read. They should do a UMG on hip-hop. Ot at least one on Public Enemy or Beastie Boys
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