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These albums are all set for release this week:

DENNIS WILSON - PACIFIC BLUE + BAMBU (CARIBOU SESSIONS) - 5* A lost career collected: his solo masterpiece, plus it's follow-up

WALTER BECKER - CIRCUS MONEY - 4* First in 14 years from the other ‘Dan man

WILD BEASTS - LIMBO, PANTO - 4* Ravishing stuff from foppish Lake District foursome

Plus here are some of UNCUT's recommended new releases from the past few weeks - check out these albums if you haven't already:

COLDPLAY - VIVA LA VIDA OR DEATH AND ALL HIS FRIENDS - 3* Brian Eno adds sheen to swooning fourth

EMMYLOU HARRIS - ALL I INTENDED TO BE - 4* Solo album number 21 finds Emmylou looking back, but moving forward

MY MORNING JACKET - EVIL URGES - 3* Cosmic country rockers swap reverb for raunch

FLEET FOXES - FLEET FOXES - 4* Dreamy hymns of the American wilderness

PAUL WELLER - 22 DREAMS - 4* The Modfather’s White Album – a sprawling set of folk, alt-rock, electronica and fusion

THE BYRDS - LIVE AT ROYAL ALBERT HALL 1971 - 4* From the archives: Clarence White shines on live set, Q & A with Roger McGuinn

STEVE EARLE - COPPERHEAD ROAD - 4* Deluxe edition of 1988 classic.

SILVER JEWS - LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, LOOKOUT SEA 4* Dolorous Nashville sextet deliver bright(ish) sixth album.

SCARLETT JOHANSSON - ANYWHERE I LAY MY HEAD - 3* Hollywood starlet sings... The Tom Waits songbook! Plus Q&A with the actress and TV On The Radio's Dave Sitek.

BON IVER - FOR EMMA, FOREVER AGO - 5* Uncut's Album of the Month - A remote cabin in Wisconsin. Two dead deer for food. A guitar. The result? A classic debut album. Accompanied by an in-depth interview with Justin Vernon, aka Bon Iver.

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Editor's Letter

Robert Wyatt interviewed: "I'm not a born rebel..."

Today (January 28, 2015), social media reliably informs me that Robert Wyatt is 70, which seems a reasonable justification for reposting this long and, I hope, interesting transcript of an interview I did with him at home in Louth back in 2007, a little before the marvellous “Comicopera” was...