NAZARETH - A true end of an era: having ceased appearing live with Nazareth in 2013, the release of their new album Rock'N'Roll Telephone completes singer Dan McCafferty's (mere) 45 years with the Scottish rockers. Ian Abrahams hears the reminiscences of a genuine big beast of British rock
THE VIBRATORS never scrambled above punk's second tier and some considered them bandwagon-jumpers - but they were there from the start, were more talented than most of their rivals, and their legend has grown. Frontman Knox tells all to Henry Scott-Irvine
KATE BUSH shocked the world when she announced her first live concerts in 35 years. Kris Needs interviewed her three times when she was at the peak of her powers - and reveals why she never lost them
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DUTCH PROG - The wild history of Netherlands' progressive rock
CANNONBALL ADDERLEY - Jazz giant Julian 'Cannonball' Adderley began his career as Charlie Parker's heir apparent, then played on Miles Davis' A Kind Of Blue and laid the foundations of soul-jazz. To coincide with the first reissue of Cannonball's 1972 album, The Black Messiah, Charles Waring pays tribute to the underrated alto saxophonist
CHIP TAYLOR wrote Wild Thing, Angel Of The Morning and I Can't Let Go. Then he abandoned music for gambling. When he came back, Garth Cartwright was one of thousands waiting to sing his praises...
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