Morrissey has reportedly compiled the tracklisting for a new compilation album from the Ramones.
A post on quasi-official fansite True To You states that the former Smiths frontman will put out the forthcoming Best Of The Ramones album on behalf of Sire-Rhino. The album artwork, which can be seen above, was also selected by Morrissey.
Kate Bush last night (August 26) made her return to stage after a 35 year absence in a show that begun as a typical concert but evolved into a theatrical spectacular. This report contains spoilers.
The three-hour show saw Bush recreate the second side of her classic 1985 album Hounds Of Love as a fully realised stage production, with theatrical sets, costumes, effects and lighting. The same treatment was then given to the second side of her 2005 album Aerial.
Bob Dylan will release The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 on November 3.
The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 is a six disc set which will feature 138 songs, while a special two disc edition - The Basement Tapes Raw: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 - features 38 songs. The Basement Tapes Raw: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 will also be released on as 3 album set on 180-gram vinyl.
Morrissey will headline London's O2 Arena in November as part of a wider European tour.
The singer will play in the capital on November 29 with the date being his only scheduled UK gig of 2014 so far. Morrissey fansite True To You has a full list of Morrissey's European tour dates, which includes performances in Italy, Portugal, Austria, Germany, Poland, Sweden and Denmark.
Morrissey will play:
Oct. 6: Lisbon, Portugal (Coliseum)
Tonight, August 26, Kate Bush returns to the stage for her first live shows in 35 years. To celebrate, here’s our cover story from the archives (June 2010, Take 157), in which Uncut takes a phantasmagorical trip into suburbia to learn the untold story of Kate Bush’s masterpiece, Hounds Of Love. "She ain’t daft. People shouldn’t be fooled by the mystical hippy stuff, this girl is very, very tough." Story by: Graeme Thomson__________
As he prepares to release his official autobiography, and with a new batch of Led Zeppelin reissues looming, Jimmy Page is set to answer your questions in Uncut as part of our regular Audience With… feature.
So is there anything you’ve always wanted to ask the legendary guitarist?
What does he remember of his early days as a chorister?
What's his favourite Zeppelin song?
Is there anyone he'd like to collaborate with in the future?
Following our exclusive stream last week of the Grateful Dead and Branford Marsalis playing "Bird Song" live at Nassau Coliseum in 1990, we're delighted to be able to present another track from that show.
Scroll down to hear the Dead - once again joined by Marsalis - perform "The Wheel".
Vile day here in London, improved to some degree I'd hope by the arrival in UK shops of the new edition of Uncut. It has Nick Drake on the cover, as you probably know if you're a subscriber and your copy arrived over the weekend.