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.
On sale from Tuesday March 24, the latest MOJO magazine is a Blur bonanza, with exclusive interviews with the group and their inner circle detailing their tormented and tempestuous 25-year path to surprise reunion album The Magic Whip. Meanwhile, our mind-blowing free CD, Modern Life Is Rubbish, celebrates Blur’s angsty British vibe with 15 stonking new tracks by The Pop Group, Sleaford Mods, Young Fathers, Half Man Half Biscuit, Kate Tempest, Ghostpoet, Fat White Family, Carl Barât And The Jackals, Kode9 & The Spaceape, and more. Elsewhere in the issue: the story of The Beach Boys’ incredible ’70s rebirth; Sandy Denny’s traumatic farewell to Fairport Convention; Jerry Dammers talks about 2 Tone, Nelson Mandela and being “betrayed” by The Specials; Mark Knopfler waxes lyrical about his hard-grafting northern roots; and producer Giorgio Moroder looks back at his revolutionary disco beats. PLUS Gaz Coombes, Townes Van Zandt, Franz Ferdinand & Sparks, Ringo Starr, Young Fathers, Leadbelly, The Prodigy, a sad adieu to Gong’s Daevid Allen – and much more.
On sale from Tuesday, March 25, the latest issue of MOJO magazine celebrates the life and music of a pop icon. As Blondie ready their new album, punk pop queen Debbie Harry talks sex, songs and self creation while Chris Stein opens up his New York photo archive. The free CD, Death Disco – A Compendium Of Post-Punk Grooves – collects 15 tracks by Public Image Ltd, The Fall, Sonic Youth, Orange Juice and many more. Also in the issue: Frank Black looks back at the birth of Pixies’ Black Francis, Terry Hall talks Specials, Manilow and mental health, we join Nottingham prodigy Jake Bugg as he returns home a songwriting hero, kick back with session superstar Al Kooper, relive the making of David Bowie’s Young Americans and salute 20 incendiary post-punk classics.
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FREE CD! THE DAWNING OF A NEW ERA. Mining the roots of The Specials oeuvre with 15 punk & ska gems. Cuts from Bob Marley & The Wailers, The Ruts, Toots and The Maytals and Desmond Dekker are all included! … Continued