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REVISTA UNCUT. THE ULTIMATE 2017 REVIEW. ENERO 2018. REINO UNIDO. EN INGLES. Bruce Springsteen en portada + 7 páginas interiores. BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN "I've never done an honest day's work!". EAN NUMBER - 9770028636994  . Portada: NUEVA / Cover: Mint. Interior: NUEVO / Pages inside: Mint. Incluye CD /  CD included.

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Bruce Springsteen en portada + 7 páginas interiores.

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN "I've never done an honest day's work!".

EAN NUMBER - 9770028636994.

Portada: NUEVA / Cover: Mint.

Interior: NUEVO / Pages inside: Mint.

Incluye CD / CD included.

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Uncut’s Top 75 Albums Of The Year, plus Springsteen, LCD Soundsystem, Father John Misty, Björk, The Weather Station, Hurray For The Riff Raff, Mavis Syaples and much more… TAGS:BjorkBruce SpringsteenFather John MistyLCD Soundsystem As ever at this time of year, I’ve spent more hours than are necessarily healthy these past few weeks fumbling with a spreadsheet in order to rank the Uncut writers’ Albums Of The Year. The results of this year’s poll can be found in our new issue, which is out in the UK on Thursday, though subscribers should see their copies in the next day or so, with a prevailing wind. Forty-four contributors voted this time round, for 421 different new releases and 191 reissues. That’s a lot of good records, and it’s heartening to see the range and quality of new music still being made in our world; rock, once again, is not exactly the spent force the naysayers claim it to be. It’s been fun, too, to discover a few albums which had previously eluded me these past 12 months, like Chuck Johnson’s “Balsams”, a set of ambient meditations for pedal-steel guitar that helped us through a few hairy moments in the production process this month. I’m not going to reveal much about the chart here, or the results of our polls for best archive releases and best movies. But if there’s one striking fact about our completed 2017 chart of new releases, it’s that half of the Top 30 albums were made by women. Three of the Top Ten figure prominently in these pages – Hurray For The Riff Raff, St Vincent and The Weather Station – alongside Mavis Staples (discussing the making of The Staple Singers’ “I’ll Take You There”), and the mastermind behind our Album Of The Month, Björk. What else? Stephen Deusner takes a long and deep trip into the world of Bruce Springsteen, and learns the sobering news that, “At this stage in your life, you give up your dreams of immortality.” Jaan Uhelszki goes back up Laurel Canyon to look back on a momentous year with Father John Misty, and hears some tantalising bits of his next album (he also sends me “a special hello”, which is sweet). LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy reveals some valuable parenting tips – how not to remove a baby’s arm with a “machete on a hinge” seems key. There’s a farewell salute to Fats Domino, a sneak preview of the new Nico movie, an amazing My Life In Music with Richard Dawson (his recommendation of Eliane Radigue’s “Songs Of Milarepa” has been a huge discovery for me), the great Joshua Abrams, plus reviews of Wilco, Dylan, The Rolling Stones, Steely Dan, Noel Gallagher, Jim James, Hans Chew and dozens more. Oh, and our free CD corrals 15 of the year’s best tracks and features Hurray For The Riff Raff, Juana Molina, LCD Soundsystem, Josh Abrams & Natural Information Society, The Weather Station, St Vincent, Ty Segall, Joan Shelley, Father John Misty, Chuck Johnson, Slowdive, Richard Dawson, Gas, The War On Drugs and Julie Byrne. Not sure we’ve ever put out a stronger CD, in all honesty. Let us know your thoughts, once you’ve had a look at the issue. We’re especially keen to hear about your personal favourites of the year, so drop us a line at – I’m sure we’ve probably missed something…

Bruce Springsteen, our review of 2017, Father John Misty and Hurray For The Riff Raff all feature in the new issue of Uncut, dated January 2018 and out on November 16.

The Boss is on the cover, and inside Uncut follows Bruce from the Jersey Shore to the Walter Kerr Theatre for his solo shows on Broadway. What does it mean to be Springsteen in 2017? Is a new album imminent? Or is his latest show a final bow?

“We have this illusion that we’re going to live forever,” says his manager. “Bruce is at a point in his life where he’s given that up.”

In our review of 2017, we count down our 75 best albums of the year, the 30 best reissues of the year, the 20 best films and the 10 best books.

Elsewhere, we join Father John Misty aka Josh Tillman in Laurel Canyon at the end of a momentous year, and find out how 2017’s most divisive artist has come to terms with fame and infamy, with decadence and abstinence, from LA benders to New York exile.

“The trouble is,” he tells Uncut, “I want to live like an artist and work like an accountant. That’s really my ideal.”

LCD Soundsystem‘s James Murphy discusses his hectic year, their mighty American Dream, Bowie’s guitar tips and working with Britney Spears: “She went away to lunch and never came back…”

Hurray For The Riff Raff‘s Alynda Segarra takes us through her recording career to date, from 2008’s self-released It Don’t Mean I Don’t Love You to this year’s lavish concept album The Navigator. “This is my role,” explains Segarra. “I’m supposed to travel the world and teach people about what Puerto Rico is…”

Uncut heads to Toronto to track down Tamara Lindeman, the brilliant and poetic leader of The Weather Station. “It’s a cool time for weird women,” she says. “There are a lot of hostile feelings to express and we’re in a place now where the catharsis is happening.”

Mavis Staples and crack musicians such as David Hood and Terry Manning reveal how they made The Staple Singers‘ classic “I’ll Take You There”, while Richard Dawson unveils eight records that have changed his life, from Iron Maiden to Sun Ra.

In our news section, we talk to The B-52s’ Cindy Wilson about her new solo album, Joshua Abrams about his minimalist jazz trance, and celebrate Nico and the recently departed Fats Domino.

Albums reviewed this month include Björk – with a substantial Q&A with the Icelandic pop maverick – Jim JamesNoel GallagherDan Michaelson and Robert Finley, while we also take a look at archival releases from the likes of WilcoBob DylanKing CrimsonThe Rolling Stones and Grandaddy.

Films and DVDs covered include Monterey PopBottle Rocket and Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Killing Of A Sacred Deer, while Uncut also catches live sets from St Vincent and Steely Dan, returning after the death of Walter Becker.

This month’s free CD, The Best Of 2017, features some of the finest music of the year, from LCD SoundsystemSt VincentTy SegallThe Weather StationFather John MistyThe War On DrugsSlowdive and Juana Molina.