WITH LED ZEPPELIN’S Physical Graffiti marking its 40th anniversary, the next issue of MOJO (April 2015/ 257) is set to deliver a unique and new insight into the landmark album.
Not only does Jimmy Page discuss the record extensively in our exclusive cover story interview, but the free CD accompanying this month’s issue boasts a host of artists recreating the record in full.
Uncovering new angles and revealing new shades to the album’s songs, Physical Graffiti Redrawn features brand new and exclusive recordings by a host of contemporary artists, including Laura Marling, White Denim and Michael Kiwanuka.
“You had to listen to the album intently because we were operating on a broad canvas. The view was really panoramic,” Page tells MOJO, and the Physical Graffiti covers on our CD certainly reflect that breadth and depth with their unique reinterpretations of Led Zeppelin’s most monumental album.
And there’s more. A related, very special announcement regarding MOJO’s Physical Graffiti issue, will be made at 11am (GMT) on Monday, February 23. Return to MOJO4music.com for the big reveal.
Meanwhile, copies of MOJO 257 featuring the Physical Graffiti Redrawn CD will be available on UK newsstands from Tuesday, February 24.
See below for the full tracklisting of Physical Graffiti Redrawn – featuring artists hand picked and matched with a specific track by MOJO.
1. White Denim – Custard Pie
2. Blackberry Smoke – The Rover
3. Miraculous Mule – In My Time Of Dying
4. The Temperance Movement – Houses Of The Holy
5. Son Little – Trampled Under Foot
6. Songhoy Blues – Kashmir
7. Syd Arthur – In The Light
8. Laura Marling – Bron-Yr-Aur
9. Max Jury – Down By The Seaside
10. Michael Kiwanuka – Ten Years Gone
11. Duke Garwood – Night Flight
12. Rose Windows – The Wanton Song
13. Kitty, Daisy And Lewis – Boogie With Stu
14. Hiss Golden Messenger – Black Country Woman
15. Sun Kil Moon – Sick Again
To hear exclusive previews of songs from the CD, tune into MOJO Rocks with our Editor-In-Chief Phil Alexander on Planet Rock Radio this Saturday (February 21) from 7pm (GMT).
Also, Phil Alexander interviews Jimmy Page in front of a live audience at London’s fabled Olympic Studios in a Yahoo Live event, streaming live today (ie. Thursday, February 19 at 7pm GMT or 2pm ET. The unreleased material on the companion disc of the new 40th Anniversary Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti Deluxe Edition will also be unveiled.