MOJO magazine celebrates the 50th Anniversary of The Who, and their 2015 summer of live, with a 22-page exploration of the band’s 50 Greatest Songs. Meanwhile, mainman Pete Townshend submits to a revealing MOJO inquisition while our free covermount CD – My Generation – taps into The Who’s ’60s era with mardy Mod action by The Pretty Things, Artwoods, John’s Children and more. Also in this month’s magazine: St. Vincent, Charlie Watts, Urge Overkill, Bob Marley, Peggy Seeger, and the ultimate guide to the music of the late, great B.B. King. Plus! 142 reviews, starring the stunning new album by Tame Impala. Who’s best? Do we even need to ask?
On sale from Tuesday, January 28, the latest issue of MOJO magazine chronicles the rise and fall of the ultimate mod heroes, Small Faces – writers of transcendent English pop led by the inimitable soul holler of Steve Marriott. The free CD, Small Faces & Friends, collates 15 select cuts from the legendary Immediate label by Small Faces, Rod Stewart, Billy Nicholls, Nico, The Nice, P.P. Arnold, Humble Pie and many more. Also in the issue: Beck talks injury, recovery and his remarkable new album, we navigate the major highs and devastating lows of Glasgow’s blue-eyed soul hero Frankie Miller, revisit the wonder of Memphis R&B stable Hi Records, head to the studio with Wilko Johnson and Roger Daltrey as they complete their new album and join Billy Gibbons to talk the birth of ZZ Top and all things blues.
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