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Uncut with Mod Soundtrack CD

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Probably the most hit and miss of all the monthly music magazines, Uncut is worth a look this week, both for the lead feature and the CD.

The cover act is the Small Faces, with a 13-page (I think) feature inside, focusing mainly on Steve Marriott. Nothing all that new, but well worth a read if you want another insight.

The included CD is called Here Come The Nice – A Mod Soundtrack. Whilst not digging too deeply, there have been  much, much worse offered at full price. Probably more of a beginner's guide to some 60s grooves or one for the car. Certainly worth owning for both of those reasons. Tracklisting over the page.

Uncut magazine

Here Come The Nice tracklisting:

Ike and Tina Turner – A Fool In Love
Sam Cooke – Chain Gang
Bill Doggett – Honky Tonk (part two)
James Brown – I'll Go Crazy
Little Willie John – Fever
Mose Allison – Parchman Farm
Smokey Robinson and the Miracles – Shop Around
Jackie Wilson – Lonely Teardrops
Carla Thomas – Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes)
Barrett Strong – Money (That's What I Want)
The Coasters – Poison Ivy
Jimmy Smith – I Got A Woman
The Folkes Brothers – Oh, Carolina
Bobby 'Blue' Bland – Further On Up the Road
Ray Charles – What I'd Say (Parts 1 and 2)

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  1. How can I order this particular issue?

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