Ultimate Record Collection: The 1960s

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Ultimate Record Collection: The 1960s is a 124-page guide to hearing (and buying) the best music of the 1960s. From James Brown to the Beatles, Dylan to John Coltrane, the mag takes you inside the works of the decade’s pivotal musicians. Not only that, it gives you the lowdown on a further – go on, count them! – 500 great records by musicians who moved the game on significantly without becoming household names. Whether you stream it, get it on CD with the extras, on vinyl new or old – this is the way to getting the most out of rock’s most revolutionary decade.

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