The High Voltage Rock 'N' Roll Magazine
This issue’s cover stars are The Beatles. Fifty years after its release, this is the fractious story of Let It Be.
Other features include:
Wishbone Ash: how for Andy Powell keeping Wishbone Ash going for 50 years has “almost become a religion”.
Budgie bassist/vocalist/prime mover Burke Shelley recalls 40 on-off years rockin’ hard, dicing with death and finding God.
Pete Townshend: a late-70s blitz of punk, personal problems and tragedy forced The Who man to reassess his life and career. One result was his solo masterpiece Empty Glass.
Steve Earle: the country outlaw on how all songs are political, machines are taking over, yoga is great for the voice, all acid-heads believe in God…
Deap Vally and the Flaming Lips come together as Deap Lips, with an album that’s a fascinating cross-pollination of styles.
The Final Cut might not be the first Pink Floyd album that springs to mind, but it’s one of the band’s most significant.
Brain Yoga! Whether you do them while being a couch potato, pumping pedals on a exercise bike or to pass the time while standing in the queue at the supermarket, we’ve got all your puzzle needs covered with the Classic Rock Lockdown Activity Book!
Other features include Thin Lizzy, Cherie Currie, Gorilla Riot and more…
Not forgetting the loudest rock reviews section on the planet, and a free digital download from Bloodshot Records: Rock The Country, an exclusive collection of alternative, roots-infused rock’n’roll, country, punk, poetry and more, including Rookie, Vandoliers, Ruby Boots & Indianola, The Yawpers, Mekons…
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