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FUZZY WARBLES 2

Buddy Miller - Midnight And Lonesome

Nashville-based Miller's stock has never been higher: Emmylou Harris' musical director for the past...

This Month In Americana

Stunning two-CD document of last summer's Louisville, Kentucky shows. DVD to follow

Erasure - Other People's Songs

Kitsch covers of pop standards

Emily Sparks - What Could Not Be Buried

Beguiling country/folk-pop debut

Threnody Ensemble - Timbre Hollow

Elegant chamber music for Mogwai fans

DPZ - Turn Off The Radio

Impressive revolutionary rap from Florida

Faust - Patchwork 1971-2002

Mosaic of hitherto unreleased Faust sounds, spanning their 31-year career

All About Eve - Iceland

First studio album in 10 years from top pop-goths

Talib Kweli - Quality

Mos Def's best mate expands hip hop's horizons

Thomson

West Country power pop brothers gonna work it out

Borderline Genius

The king of visionary Americana takes his place among rock's greats

Josh Pearson - Upstairs At The Spitz, London Wednesday December 4 2002

The real fired-up deal-Lift To Experience frontman's acoustic solo debut

While Guitars Gently Weep

East meets West as Clapton, Shankar, Jeff Lynne and both surviving Beatles celebrate the life of...

Days Of Thunder

Twenty-two tracks from Dylan's legendary Rolling Thunder tour finally see official release

Junior Kimbrough - T-Model Ford

North Mississippi blues by unknown, ageing modern masters

Looking At The Stars

Prolific UK singer-songwriter dazzles on fifth LP

Aqualung

Former frontman of The 45's and Ruth strikes gold

Affecting nu-folk debut from Liverpudlian Lin Sangster

Stacker - Eurotechno

Mini album soundtrack to revolutionary Eurotechno video, originally released in 1989

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Editor's Letter

Robert Plant, Tom Petty, The Beatles, King Crimson, Bobby Womack: inside the new Uncut!


Welcome to the new issue of Uncut! John’s on holiday this week – he was last seen disappearing into darkest Gloucestershire – so it falls to me to show you around this month's edition instead.

Our exclusive cover story finds us catching up with Robert Plant...