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Themen | 004/2024 (12.04.2024)
  • Alone again, naturally
    Thirty years after Portishead’s debut, their singer makes her first solo album.
  • Such a Bright Light
    Prolific, precocious, KATE BUSH’s journey from girl genius to multifaceted art-pop phenomenon involved unlikely stops on the shelf at a sceptical label and the outer reaches of London’s pub rock circuit. Meanwhile, between her early demos and Never For Ever, childhood enthusiasms morphed into adult insights over music bold and bewitching. Still, for Bush, turning her visions into records would never be straightforward: “It’s frustrating to see something that you have been keeping transient for years suddenly become solid.”
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Themen | 005/2024 (03.05.2024)
  • My nation underground
    The enigmatic Germany visionary’s two finest albums get a welcome vinyl release. Mastered from the original analogue tapes.
  • BROTHERS GONNA WORK IT OUT
    Forty years since the first Green River demos, 30 since the death of Kurt Cobain sank their world in chaos, PEARL JAM abide, flying a flag for rock’s outsiders, finding new ways to express their anger and their hope. A new album, Dark Matter, testifies to their uniqueness as musicians, but also as people. “We got through by looking out for each other,” they tell DAVID FRICKE.
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Themen | 007/2024 (05.07.2024)
  • Good morning, captain
    Fairport maestro sailing once more for sadder shores on nineteenth solo LP.
  • LEARNING TO FLY
    Sixty years ago, David Crosby, Gene Clark and Roger McGuinn bonded over a love of folk music and The Beatles. With Michael Clarke and Chris Hillman, they became THE BYRDS. What followed - jealousy, schism and divergent paths to equally wondrous music - has never erased the chiming folk-rock sound of the original band. "The five of us had a magic," discovers GRAYSON HAVER CURRIN.
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Themen | 008/2024 (02.08.2024)
  • The stone tapes
    Demos found by Cash’s son lead new arrangements of songs a struggling star sang before Rick Rubin arrived. By Grayson Haver Currin.
  • Journey of The SORCERESS
    Bereft of Christine, and broken with Lindsey (or so it seems) for good, STEVIE NICKS soldiers on, her Hyde Park show in July a testament to the power of her personality. Fifty years since she joined the band that made her name and wrote songs that gave them new life, it’s time to do something for herself. “I can do anything I want now,” she tells BOB MEHR, “and not have to worry about going back to Fleetwood Mac.”
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In der aktuellen Ausgabe von Mojo

  • SECOND HAND NEWS
    THE SONGS OF STEVIE NICKS & FLEETWOOD MAC
  • ALL BACK TO MY PLACE
    THE STARS REVEAL THE SONIC DELIGHTS GUARANTEED TO GET THEM GOING…
  • Theories, rants, etc.
    MOJO welcomes correspondence for publication. Write to us at: MOJO, H Bauer Publishing, The Lantern, 75 Hampstead Road, London, NW1 2PL. E-mail to: mojoreaders@bauermedia.co.uk
  • The Big Twang
    Inspirational guitar great Duane Eddy left us on April 30. Phil Alexander bids farewell.
  • Purple Duane
    Five prime slices of Eddy.
  • Graham Gouldman
    10cc’s master songwriter talks The Yardbirds, Ringo, and the pros and cons of bubblegum.
  • GOLDEN GRAHAMS
    Gouldman’s top five writers (and their songs).
  • Ron Sexsmith
    A craftsman remembers, in awe, Golden Hour Of The Kinks (Golden Hour, 1977).
  • ANI WONDER
    Definitive DiFranco, times three.
  • MOJO PLAYLIST
    The month’s best Floydness, banjo freak-outs and old-school rap.
  • THE MOJO INTERVIEW
    The junior pole vaulter-turned-vocal acrobat in Deep Purple on the dreams and the screams, rucks with Ritchie Blackmore, ‘being’ Jesus, the farcical Sabbath stint, and… what’s this? Something you might mistake for wisdom? “We were stumbling idiots,” admits Ian Gillan.
  • GILLAN’S GLORIES
    Three highlights from an eclectic career, by Mark Blake.
  • THE EQUALIZER
    INTIMIDATING, INSPIRING, WISE – SOMETIMES DUMB – STEVE ALBINI, WHO PASSED LAST MONTH, WAS A ONE-OFF. IN BIG BLACK AND SHELLAC HE REDEFINED HOW A BAND COULD SOUND, AND WHAT IT COULD SAY. AND ON THE HUNDREDS OF RECORDS HE ENGINEERED HE ESTABLISHED A NO-FRILLS PHILOSOPHY THAT CLIENTS AND FRIENDS INSIST WILL REMAIN A PARADIGM. “HE HAD ALL THIS KNOWLEDGE, BUT HE WAS NOT LORDING IT OVER YOU,” THEY TELL GRAYSON HAVER CURRIN.
  • A RICH MAN’S 10-TRACK
    A STEVE ALBINI MIXTAPE, COMPILED BY MOJO, ANNOTATED BY DANNY ECCLESTON.
  • LET IT SHINE ON ME
    The songs of LEAD BELLY lit a path for the folk revival and beyond, but the legend of a guitar-toting killer, freed from prison by white song collectors, was fanciful at best. Adapting from her new book, Sheila Curran Bernard unpicks the man and musician from the politics of race in 20th century America, and explains how his extraordinary northern debut, 90 years ago, failed to end his troubles…
  • “HE WAS TOTALLY FEARLESS"
    2024’s hot bluesman, Buffalo Nichols, on five key Lead Belly songs.
  • MOJO PRESENTS
    NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE NIGHT SWEATS are the soul-stirring redemption revue taking America, and the world, by storm. But it’s been a hard road, beset by booze, bereavement, doubt and despair, for their forthright frontman. “I guess I’ve just realised you can be who you are,” he tells GRAYSON HAVER CURRIN.
  • SWEATING BULLETS!
    Four sides of Nathaniel Rateliff, compiled by Grayson Haver Currin.
  • SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND
    The Heart Of Saturday Night, released 50 years ago, lit a path for TOM WAITS’ next decade of music-making. Beat poetry and noir jazz entwined and his roots in rough-and-tumble San Diego showed through in his first truly Waitsian oeuvre. “All the elements were there,” discovers SYLVIE SIMMONS, “ready to be drawn out.”
  • BEATS WORKING
    Tom Waits’ debt to Kerouac, Ginsberg, Burroughs et al, and how he repaid it, by SYLVIE SIMMONS.
  • UP THE DOWN ESCALATOR
    The great, underrated overcoat band of the ’80s, with an anguished singer and mercurial guitarist to rank with the decade’s lauded stars, THE CHAMELEONS chose their own path over the road to fame and fortune. Reconvening for a fifth album, 41 years since their first, old wounds still smart, but their defiance shines as hard as ever. “Everything people love about us is everything we fought for,” they tell MARTIN ASTON.
  • CELEBRATION OF THE LIZARDS
    Six albums containing all the colours of The Chameleons.
  • THE ART OF WAR
    A funk-soul-Latin-rock band from Long Beach, they collided with a lost Eric Burdon in 1969: together they got free, jammed with Hendrix and hit big with the acid-soaked Spill The Wine. War did even better after Eric jumped ship mid-tour, reaching US Number 1 with 1972’s conscious The World Is A Ghetto and setting stages alight. “We were musically waging war against war,” recall the group who rode a tank down Sunset Strip. “We never stopped.”
  • Journey of The SORCERESS
    Bereft of Christine, and broken with Lindsey (or so it seems) for good, STEVIE NICKS soldiers on, her Hyde Park show in July a testament to the power of her personality. Fifty years since she joined the band that made her name and wrote songs that gave them new life, it’s time to do something for herself. “I can do anything I want now,” she tells BOB MEHR, “and not have to worry about going back to Fleetwood Mac.”
  • HEART SONGS
    Stevie Nicks’ romantic rollercoaster, in 20 recordings.
  • “LOSING SWEET CHRISTINE WAS CATASTROPHIC”
    Are Fleetwood Mac really finished? BOB MEHR asked MICK FLEETWOOD.
  • The stone tapes
    Demos found by Cash’s son lead new arrangements of songs a struggling star sang before Rick Rubin arrived. By Grayson Haver Currin.
  • For your pleasure
    Sylvie Simmons delights in Thompson’s new release.
  • “Sometimes I wish I could sing a line my way…”
    Linda Thompson speaks to Sylvie Simmons.
  • Soul on a roll
    Soul traditionalist employs samples and hip-hop beats to fine modern retro effect.
  • Apocalypse, now!
    New Yorker gently brings down fire from heaven.
  • Vocation, vocation
    Fifth album from North Carolina folklorist.
  • Brain surgery
    Lennon’s act of contrition; his fourth solo album gets a lavish, rejuvenating box-set treatment.
  • Marquee cha-cha
    Lightning striking itself: the master’s last three, cruelly undervalued, solo albums.
  • Orchestral manoeuvres
    Underachieving pop-puppet twins take control, book an orchestra and zoom to the top.
  • Follow The Louder
    This month on rock obscuria’s MIA list, powerpop gold from no wave NY.
  • Sun Ra
    Sonny Blount’s catalogue is home to a vast array of intriguing and unique music, visited by Andrew Male.
  • Both sides now
    An erudite tangle of history, criticism and memoir, ripe for debate.
  • Imperfect harmony
    New TV documentary is rich in archive footage but offers no satisfying resolution.
  • The Smoking Gun
    Last MC5 man standing, Dennis ‘Machine Gun’ Thompson joined his brothers on May 8.
  • TOP TEN
     PAN-EUROPE SINGLES JULY 9
  • Which hits concealed hidden trauma?
    Let us answer your rock’n’roll queries and settle music-related arguments.
  • Heaven Up Ear
    Win! Melomania M100 headphones from Cambridge Audio.
  • Geoff Britton and Wings
    It began with playing Lucille in Camden – and ended in the French Quarter in New Orleans.