This month’s MOJO magazine celebrates THE ROLLING STONES, zeroing in on their stellar 1966 before zooming forward for an exclusive glimpse of their career-spanning Exhibitionism show (your guide: Mick Jagger!). OUR FREE COVERMOUNT CD, entitled Paint It, Black features 15 tracks that illustrate mid-’60s rock’s turn to the weird, from The Yardbirds, The Seeds, 13th Floor Elevators, The Rationals and more. Also in this issue: Miles Davis’s ’70s freak out (and new movie); Graham Nash opens up; Bob Mould on Hüsker Dü and after. Plus: PJ Harvey, Black Sabbath, The Last Shadow Puppets, Lovin’ Spoonful, Thomas Cohen, Adam & The Ants, White Denim, how to buy Earth, Wind And Fire, and XTC’s Andy Partridge on his idea of ‘heaven’: “Imagine your ex-missus bollocking you, for ever…”
The latest MOJO magazine is a celebration of the life and work of DAVID BOWIE and includes TWO FREE DELUXE BOWIE POSTERS. 20-plus pages of coverage includes Bowie himself writing for MOJO about the music that changed him, an extraordinary tribute by Siouxsie Sioux and Tony Visconti with the truth about Bowie’s final album, Blackstar. Elsewhere in the issue: Motown and The Mob; Elton and Macca on the legend and lunacy of Long John Baldry; Matthew E White’s Cosmic Soul; and The Real Lemmy by Sylvie Simmons. Also: Rush revisit 2112; Yoko Ono’s Self Portrait; Sly Stone on celluloid; Suede’s Brett Anderson on the couch; Phil Lynott; Roger Chapman plus Patti Smith and Benjamin Clementine live.
It’s The Beatles! This month, as Apple prepare to reissue them with extraordinary restored video elements, MOJO celebrates all of the Fabs’ 27 Number 1 singles: unearthing the stories behind the songs that rocked the world. Plus! John Vs Paul: The Truth! Paul McCartney tells Paul Du Noyer what really went on inside the world’s greatest hit-making team, while the FREE covermount CD presents 15 killer Songs The Beatles Taught Us: Beatle faves from The Isleys to Barrett Strong. Also in the issue: Jean-Michel Jarre, Georgie Fame, Chrissie Hynde, David Bowie, Songhoy Blues, Bob Johnston, Dischord Records, King Crimson, Joanna Newsom, John Peel and U2. Yeah, yeah, and thrice yeah!