A quick one

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In shops now, Uncut’s ul­ti­mate Mu­sic Guide to Ge­orge Har­ri­son charts the Quiet One’s jour­ney in the ma­te­rial world, from Ham­burg to ul­ti­mate en­light­en­ment, via search­ing archival in­ter­views and per­cep­tive new writ­ing. The bookazine comes with two cover op­tions: the reg­u­lar ver­sion stars Har­ri­son circa 1970, while a lim­ited-edi­tion

run avail­able ex­clu­sively at Barnes & No­ble fea­tures Bea­tle Ge­orge of 1963... While you’re at the newsagents, you can also pick up nMe: 100 Great­est cov­ers – a se­lec­tion of the best front pages from among the 3,500 or so pub­lished in the mag’s printed life­time. In­side you’ll find the sto­ries be­hind some of mu­sic’s most iconic im­ages, not to mention some pretty clever puns… Kick­ing off on Jan­uary 28 in Glas­gow, Mas­sive

at­tack have an­nounced a Euro­pean and North Amer­i­can tour tout­ing “a to­tally new au­dio­vi­sual pro­duc­tion” of their 1998 al­bum Mez­za­nine. The big news is that reclu­sive ex-Cocteau Twins front­woman

el­iz­a­beth Fraser, singer of “Teardrop”, will be join­ing them… In last month’s Small

Faces fea­ture we for­got to credit Guy Mow­bray for his in­valu­able re­search. Guy’s book, When The Scream­ing Stopped! The Small Faces Live: 1965–1969, will be out next year.

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