Neil Young, Jimmy Page, Kate Bush, AC/DC and our ultimate review of 2014 all feature in the new issue of Uncut, out tomorrow (November 25).
In the cover story, we look at Neil Young's productive, strange and compelling year - with help from his close compadres Graham Nash, Frank 'Poncho' Sampedro and the late Rick Rosas.
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__________
Kate Bush returns to the stage next week, at London’s Hammersmith Apollo, for her first live shows in 35 years! To mark the occasion, here’s a fascinating piece from the Uncut archives (January 2012, Take 176), in which musicians, engineers and producers who have helped Bush craft her remarkable oeuvre let us in on her secrets of the studio. “There were no rules or barriers, it was just pure creativity…” Interviews: Graeme Thomson
We've got reviews in this issue of two Wreckless Eric albums that you may have missed when they were originally released, and which are now being re-released to coincide with Eric's 60th birthday in May,