Issue 47 of Classic Pop is on sale now!
Available from WHSmith, Tesco, independent newsagents, Tesco Ireland and Easons, in the latest issue we have an exclusive in-depth chat with All Saints as they celebrate the success of their career-best new album Testament with a UK winter tour.
We also catch up with synth legend Jean-Michel Jarre to talk about his 50 years as a pioneer of electronica including his Planet Jarre retrospective and new project Equinoxe Infinity.
Paul Young tells us about his dual life as a soulful pop star and frontman of Tex Mex outfit Los Pacaminos, while we meet Howard Jones as he reissues Human’s Lib and Dream Into Action and unveils a new album for 2019.
Johnny Hates Jazz frontman Clark Datchler lifts the lid on life in the reunited band and we also explore New York’s volcanic music scene of the early 80s.
Our Classic Album is Prefab Sprout’s sophisti-pop masterpiece Steve McQueen and we serve up a buyer’s guide to the career of UB40. After much heated debate, we bring you the Top 40 one-hit wonders of the 80s. Are your favourites in there?
Our packed reviews section features David Bowie’s Glastonbury live album plus new releases from The Good, The Bad And The Queen, Bryan Ferry, Simply Red and Take That. We delve into Kate Bush’s expansive reissue campaign and also check out re-releases from Howard Jones, Bananarama and Suede.
On the live front, we review gigs by Spandau Ballet’s new line-up plus Level 42, Roddy Frame, China Crisis and more.
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