A quick one
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.