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Bob Dylan’s Most Shocking Transformation

The new MOJO magazine delivers the inside story of Dylan’s Gospel Years PLUS an exclusive unreleased Dylan track on its covermount CD.

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Bob Dylan’s Most Shocking Transformation
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Otis Redding: His Tragic 1967 In MOJO Magazine

The soul king’s greatest year ended in unimaginable sadness. But 50 years on, as Geoff Brown gleans from his friends and bandmates, his legacy is resurgent.

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Otis Redding: His Tragic 1967 In MOJO Magazine
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Dylan’s New Bootleg: Time To Rethink The ‘Gospel Years’?

Bob Dylan’s Trouble No More – The Bootleg Series Vol. 13 / 1979-1981 to be released on November 3. Contains revelations… and Revelations!

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Dylan’s New Bootleg: Time To Rethink The ‘Gospel Years’?
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David Bowie’s Berlin Years Relived In Latest MOJO

Exclusive: Carlos Alomar on Bowie’s Berlin “sadness”; Tony Visconti on the resurrection of Lodger, in the MOJO magazine out in the UK from Tuesday, September 26

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Tom Petty 1950-2017

Always changing but always the same, Tom Petty loved to be the bridge between the past and present of rock’n’roll.

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Mojo 288 / November 2017

WITH BRAND NEW INTERVIEWS and rare pictures, the latest MOJO delves into the most fascinating phase of David Bowie’s career: his late-’70s spell in Berlin, and the paradigm-shifting albums that sprang from it. Tony Visconti, Carlos Alomar and more help us decode Low, “Heroes” and Lodger while our 15-track Free CD, Neu Decade, celebrates the music that fed into Bowie’s Euro-exile – including Can, Cluster, Popol Vuh and Michael Rother. Also in the issue: Otis Redding’s climactic 1967; Dhani Harrison on life as a Beatle’s boy; Taj Mahal takes the blues to the world; Chris Hillman remembers the Byrds, Burrito Brothers and beyond; and we celebrate the staggering legacies of Holger Czukay, Walter Becker and Glen Campbell. Plus: Slade; KLF; Tricky; First Aid Kit; Lukas Nelson; Wolf Alice; The Smiths; Robert Plant; Liam Gallagher; St. Vincent; Beck; Kevin Ayers; Peggy Seeger and… Crass!

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Mojo 288 / November 2017

Dave Grohl Remembers Nirvana's Reading Apotheosis

25 years on, Nirvana drummer turned Foo Fighter generalissimo on the majesty and the mudslinging, only in the latest MOJO.

Dave Grohl Remembers Nirvana's Reading Apotheosis

Soul Greats Get Ready To Star In Their Own BBC Prom

Booker T, Steve Cropper, William Bell and Sam Moore preview tonight’s live broadcast, as Stax invades the Royal Albert Hall, 50 years since they stunned UK.

Soul Greats Get Ready To Star In Their Own BBC Prom

MOJO 287 / October 2017

IN 2017, DAVE GROHL is a world-straddling rock titan with his band the Foo Fighters, touting a brand new album of his best songs yet; but 25 years ago, as he prepared to take the Reading Festival stage with an embattled Nirvana, his future was on a knife edge. ONLY in this month’s MOJO magazine, he relives the moments and celebrates the influences that made the songwriter and star of today, while a 15-track FREE CD showcases the American alternative rock revolution of 1989-92, with fierce tracks from Afghan Whigs, Pavement, Mudhoney and more. Also in the issue: David Gilmour goes back to Pompeii; Cat Stevens reclaims his past; while Sparks wave their freak flag high. Plus: Ian Dury & The Blockheads; Elvis – The Last Mystery; unseen Lou Reed by Mick Rock; LCD Soundsystem return… And: how Jimmy Webb struck MOR gold on PCP!

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MOJO 287 / October 2017

Randy Newman: “Trump Is Like A Character In A Randy Newman Song”

American songwriting’s great satirist is troubled by the way life has imitated his art. Extracted from an in-depth interview in MOJO 286.

Randy Newman: “Trump Is Like A Character In A Randy Newman Song”

Sex Pistols: Punk On Trial In 1977

It’s Punk v The Establishment, as John Lydon, Gaye Advert, J.J. Burnel and fellow combatants remember the fights and frights in the new MOJO magazine.

Sex Pistols: Punk On Trial In 1977