Uncut - February 2010
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Uncut is a magazine for the connoisseur of classic rock and films. Uncut re-evaluates and tells the inside story of rock and film legends with extended features and lavish archive photography. It brings fresh insights to the lives and careers of the true greats and much-respected and wide-ranging review section includes CDs (new and reissues), films, DVDs, videos and books making Uncut truly the magazine you want to read.
THE REVIEW OF THE YEAR
Our definitive 36-page round-up of all the essential releases of 2009 includes the year's Top 50 new albums, as well as the finest reissues, compilations, boxsets, films, DVDs and books. Plus…
2009 has been bizarre even by Bob's standards; he's been arrested, recorded a Christmas album and scored his first UK No. 1 for nearly 40 years, and we have the inside story…
INDIE ROCK RISING
2009 saw the US underground indie creep into the mainstream. Animal Collective, Grizzly Bear and Dirty Projectors reflect on their unexpectedly triumphant 12 months
FREE CD! THE BEST OF 2009
From Tinariwen and Super Furry Animals to Fever Ray, 15 outstanding tracks picked from our albums of the year
THE UNCUT MUSIC AWARD 2009
The winner is announced!
“It's a good idea to bleed for people…” The bluesman takes your questions
Photo Special! Astonishing – and mostly unseen – shots from 1963/'64
THE SPECIAL AKA
Jerry Dammers and co discuss the making of 1984's earth-shaking political hit “Nelson Mandela”
Saluting an incredible talent: the late New York singer-songwriter and her voice of “pure emotion”
THE GASLIGHT ANTHEM
“My mother fed me Born To Run with my Cheerios!” Meet Brian Fallon's band, heirs to Springsteen's throne and the best thing to come from New Jersey since The Boss himself...
The Beatles' long-time cohort on the albums he contributed to, including that sleeve for Revolver
Britain's greatest guitarist? Pentangle's influential fingerpicker and “26-pints-a-night man” tells his tale
NEARLY 200 REVIEWS!
Tom Waits, Them Crooked Vultures, Paul McCartney, Laura Veirs, Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, Spiritualized, The Stooges and many more!
IN FILM, DVD AND BOOKS
The long-awaited release of Nirvana's infamous 1992 Reading set on DVD; Spike Jonze's adult/kids' film Where The Wild Things Are, Lennon biopic Nowhere Boy, Peter Hook's scarcely believable memoir The Hacienda: How Not To Run A Club...
Florence & The Machine, Norah Jones, Jim Kerr and The Woodentops...