Q Magazine - Paul Weller cover (August 1987 - Issue 131)
Good condition - some creasing to page corners
Embrace - 1 page
Jewel - 2 pages
Peter Hook's record collection
Herb Alpert - 3 pages
Echo & The Bunnymen - "Long soddin' time coming..."
So says Ian McCulloch, as the re-formed, self-styled Best Band In The World troop across America once more. Gone, but not forgotten, are the drugs, the in-fighting and the unpopular solo careers. Now, they tell Lucy O'Brien, it's time to recapture that "unbelievable feeling"
The Seahorses - When The Stone Roses withered, guitar hero John Squire wasted no time. He picked up three men in some dodgy pubs and formed The Seahorses. Cue wild public acclaim. Tom Doyle joins them in Madrid
Rock'n'Roll Managers - 8 pages
Peter Green - He has, it's fair to say, had his bad times. In 1970, he swapped pop stardom and guitar godhood for narcotics, gravedigging, and mental trauma. Now, as the Fleetwood Mac founder tells Tom Doyle, Peter Green is coming out of the darkness
Paul Weller has spent over half his life being famous. And, after Wild Wood and Stanley Road, he's even more revered than ever - a byword in ageless cool and long-term self-belief. So why is he telling David Cavanagh he won't be competing any more?