❉ In 1967, a hippie king, a punchy drummer, a country rocker, a gadget-crazed folkie and a man afraid of flying made their best album, but only just.
❉ ‘Satanic Majesties’ documents a traumatic year in which the Stones went from edgy pop stars to Public Enemy Number One.
❉ Martin Ruddock dusts off a true cult album, by the eccentric media figure and shock-rock pioneer.
❉ Buried treasures from the British psych scene, songbirds Doreen and Irene Chanter, and American soul singer P.P. Arnold.
❉ It’s that difficult second album…
❉ Musical excavations and explorations from Kevin Ayers & co, A Year In the Country and Marcus H.
❉ This one of the best, and saddest, rock books you’ll ever read.
❉ The fifth album of Electronica, Psych, Radiophonics, Drone and wyrd folk by Keith Seatman.
❉ “Seeing Jodie Whittaker’s look of wonder as the hood came down sold it for me. That’s still my mate up there, my hero.”
❉ A female folk Nuggets, from one of music’s most fertile periods.