✻ We look at David Bowie’s recently unearthed, ‘lost’ soul album ‘The Gouster’ , which evolved into ‘Young Americans’.
❉ Full details of the expanded Micky Dolenz’s ‘The MGM Singles Collection’, making its CD debut, have been announced.
❉ Matt Berry’s sixth album reviewed: “the sound of Roy Budd and Ronnie Hazlehurst going on an Absinthe bender in Soho”
❉ We look back on the chequered past of Britpop casualties Marion as their two albums get the deluxe treatment
❉ Former Soup Dragon HiFi Sean has assembled an all-star cast for new long player “Ft”, reviewed by Ange Chan.
❉ We Are Cult’s James Gent goes deep into Universal’s long awaited The Man Who Fell To Earth soundtrack album
❉ Martin Ruddock presents an indepth look at proto-punk miscreants The Pretty Things’ moonlighting activities as Electric Banana
❉ Andrew Hickey, author of ‘Monkee Music’, offers a critical reassessment of the prefab four’s NBC series, which debuted 50 years ago
❉ Blane Traynor offers an intimate appraisal of Grace Slick’s first fully fledged solo album, Dreams.
❉ Rob Morris reviews Dusty Springfield’s PSB-enhanced 80s comeback album, given a luxurious reissue treatment by Cherry Red.