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This month in Uncut!

This month in Uncut!

The new issue of Uncut, out today (January 3), features Gram Parsons, Ray Davies, Morrissey on Mick Ronson, and Uncut's 2013 album preview.

Gram Parsons is on the cover, and inside, collaborators and friends tell the whole story of his incredible last stand – his legendary solo albums, GP and Grievous Angel.

Ray Davies sheds light on his new projects, including a film, an opera and a new solo album, the full story of Mick Ronson's life is told, from Bowie to Morrissey, and Joe Cocker answers your questions on subjects ranging from Paul McCartney to dropping acid for breakfast.

The Uncut 2013 album preview sees artists including Wilco, Low, The National, Jonathan Wilson and Laura Marling talk us through their upcoming albums.

Elsewhere, Yo La Tengo revisit the highs of their 30-year career, Roger Chapman relives the strange voyage of Family and Jane Birkin takes us through her life in pictures.

The Rolling Stones, the Heartbreakers, Marianne Faithfull, Broadcast and The National are in our expansive reviews section, while the free CD, Honky Tonk Heroes, contains some stunning country and folk classics that influenced Gram Parsons.

The February issue of Uncut is out today (Thursday, January 3).


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