AS APPLE PREPARE to unleash all 27 Number 1 hit singles by The Beatles in an exciting new package, our new issue salutes the songs that changed the world.
On sale in the UK from Tuesday (September 29) the new issue of MOJO (November 2015 / #264) celebrates the Fab Four’s chart-toppers with feedback, freakitude and Na-Na-Na-Nas. Our writers cast their expert eye over this unique era of hit-making, with a year-by-year account from The Beatles first Number 1 in ’63 to their last in ’70.
For added Fab-ness, there’s also Paul McCartney’s true and candid assessment on John Lennon, in an exclusive extract from former MOJO editor Paul Du Noyer’s new book on Macca.
Plus, with the new edition of Beatles 1 bringing the hits together with their short promotional films and videos for the first time, there’s also an exclusive interview with the band’s cinematic collaborator Michael Lindsay-Hogg.
And just to underline that MOJO is Number 1 for The Beatles, this month and every month, our free covermount CD celebrates Songs The Beatles Taught Us, with 15 original versions of tracks they covered.
Hear Shout, Money, Please Mr Postman and more by the likes of Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Ray Charles and The Isley Brothers.
To get you in the mood, here performed live at the 1963 Royal Variety show is The Beatles very first Number 1, From Me To You…
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