MOJO – September 2017£5.25
Inside MOJO this month…
THE COVER STORY
SEX PISTOLS – 1977 was the year that punk rock faced the full wrath of Britain’s establishment. John Laydon and other leading combatants relive a year in the eye of the storm.
- ALICE COOPER – God and Satan lock in combat as rock’s showman supreme ponders where Alice ends and Vincent begins: “If I go to a bar, should I bring a snake?”
- BRIGHT PHOEBUS – Lal and Mike Waterson’s uncanny folk rock masterpiece was overlooked for decades. Martin Carthy, Richard Thompson and more draw it back into the light.
- MARC BOLAN – T.Rex’s Bopping Elf began 1977 with a new lease of life, a back-to-basics album and a bevy of punk pals. Making what followed all the more tragic…
- RANDY NEWMAN – The last genius of American song-writing has a new album out, but the usual insecurities and idosyncrasies apply: “I’d do nothing, if I knew it wasn’t bad for me.”
- THE ALLMAN BROTHERS – Gregg Allman’s passing has prompted a surge of love for his Southern Groovers. Alan Light recalls their regal rise and torrid travails.
ALL THIS PLUS MORE FROM –
WHAT GOES ON!
MOJO August 2017 Issue 258£5.25
TOP Features of the MOJO August Issue:
JIMI HENDRIX – Fifty years after his stratospheric breakthrough, MOJO explores the 27 songs – one each year of his life – that define Jimi’s sonic revolution, to offer a rare glimpse inside his studio world. “The rules were there were no rules,” discovers Mat Snow
DAN AUERBACH – The Black Keys mainman on Beefheart, Burnside and Burnout, and a brand new solo album cut with legendary sideman in his very own Field Of Dreams
THE SELECTER – 2 Tone’s secret weapons forges on, under Pauline Black’s charismatic leadership. But the fallout from their fame years is still felt, finds Lois Wilson
ROGER WATERS – Pink Floyd’s Gob Almighty unveils his first solo album for 20 years. Cue arm-wrestling with Nigel Godrich, love-life revelations and a little bit of politics
FATHER JOHN MISTY – The esrtwhile Fleet Fox survived fundamentalist Christianity before finding himself, in a tree, on LSD. No wonder the world looks crazy to him
THE CLASH – On the White Riot tour in May ’77, The Clash took punk to the provinces, topping a volatile bill of the next-gen iconoclasts. Unsurprisingly, “it was chaos”
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- WHAT GOES ON!
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MOJO May 2017£5.25
In this issue:
FREE CD! Pigs might fly – MOJO present a compendum of progressive sounds
- “The pigs are still with us…”
- Roger Waters relives their angriest album
- PLUS: Their new exhibition reviewed
131 reviews: Ray Davies’ American Odyssey, Dylan’s triple, The Mac tango again
Prince: Behind the mask
Bat out of hell: Meatloaf and the album that ate the world!
Future islands, Delaney & Bonnie, Hawkwind
Mojo January 2017£5.25
In this issue;
FREE CD: Dream forever – A dream pop compendium!
The ONLY interview: KATE BUSH – Her greatest triumph, the full story
2016: The 50 albums you must own! – Bowie, Bruce, Frank Ocean and more!
Pistols – Steve Jones speaks!
The Band – The truth by Robbie
The last days of Pete Burns
Paul Weller waves the red flag
Oasis: Be here now – The madness…by Noel Gallagher
PLUS – Billy Bragg & Joe Henry, Christine and the Queens, Arthur Russell, Faith No More, James Booker, Johnny Marr
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