Inside you’ll find in-depth reviews of the band’s intriguingly scattershot catalogue, presented alongside our pick of archive interviews. THE YARDBIRDS‘ own lifespan
was an explosive five years, so beyond that,UNCUT takes the opportunity to follow JEFF BECK’s career, from blues rock, to jazz fusion and even drum ‘n’ bass as he maintained a hunger for fresh sounds, much like his friend David Bowie.
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This month’s MOJO celebrates DAVID BOWIE’s momentous 1973, half a century on.
A year of iconic lightning flashes, relentless gigging, notable excess, trips on the Trans-Siberian Express and two classic albums.
Also in this issue, we join Ray Davies, brother Dave and Mick Avory to reflect on THE KINKS AT 60; hear about the past, present and future of U2 from The Edge; catch up with our old friends John Lydon, Big Star’s Jody Stephens and Everything But The Girl. There’s a homage to the immortal Burt Bacharach and lots of other stuff.
The covermount CD is another ultra-collectible MOJO exclusive. A 60th-anniversary sampler of THE KINKS nuggets exclusively compiled for Mojo by Ray Davies, Dave
Davies and Mick Avory.
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After five years in the shadow Illions rockers FALL OUT BOY return
with album SO (MUCH) FOR STARDUST, their 8th longplayer, out on
24 March. An LP that embraces their origins with the older, wiser heads
of seasoned pros.
DIY Magazine had a big interview with them which
is part of their new March issue. You can read it HERE.
And you can buy a copy HERE.
Former legendary keyboardist Rick Wakeman
introduces Uncut latest Deluxe Ultimate Music Guide
made for all YES fans, then and now.
He also had a far-reaching conversation which covers his session musician work, praise
for the material which Yes made after he left, and how his solo successes once led to him being greeted by a brass band on an airport runway, to the dismay of the other members of Yes – though it ultimately led to them all being offered solo album contracts too.
As you’ll learn from the features and in-depth reviews in this deluxe Ultimate Music
Guide, the band’s journey – with Rick and without him – has been an incredible one. From orchestral psyche-pop to pastoral prog drama. Out the other side to encounter jazz fusion, and synth-pop. The band have evolved to meet the times, and are now retrenching in the ecological mode of their classic era albums to the delight of a new generation of listeners.
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A perfect occasion to play their 1974 classic opus RELAYER again.
MOJO issue #355 (April 2023) features a world-exclusive interview withDEPECHE MODE, emerging from mourning for founder member Andy Fletcher with an exciting, surprising new album.
New DM single ‘Ghosts Again’ from new fortcoming LP ‘Memento Mori’
Also: in-depth tributes to the sadly departed David Crosby, Jeff Beck and Tom Verlaine; the full, crazy tale of Joe Cocker and Leon Russell’s Mad Dogs & Englishmen tour, Van Morrison and more.
The free attached CD is a must for fans of electronic pop and rock, as Depeche Mode raid their own catalogue to present 15 Classics, Rarities & Revelations. It includes an acoustic Enjoy The Silence, alternate Never Let Me Down Again, and more!
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Content: By 1973, LED ZEPPELIN were on their way to becoming the biggest rock’n’roll band in the world. Embarking on an American tour to promote their new album Houses Of
The Holy, they shattered box office records, rewriting the blueprint for rock’n’roll tours as they went. Peter Watts climbed aboard the Starship to hear tales of glorious, transcendent music – but also unsolved robberies, giant mirrorballs, cake fights during John Bonham’s 25th birthday party and motorbike rides down hotel corridors. “As the venues got bigger, they got better,” recalls one confidant. “They blasted you into the middle of next week.”
Free CD: 15 tracks of the month’s best new music, starring Lonnie Holley, Robert Forster, Shana Cleveland, Steve Mason, The Long Ryders, The Hold Steady, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Mac DeMarco and more.
Also features David Crosby, Nina Simone, Paul Weller, Mark Eitzel, The Roches, Pulp, Faust, Jana Horn, Jeff Beck, Willie Nelson and Chuck D.
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UNCUT: “With the 50th anniversary ofAladdin Sane almost upon us, it seems a good time to decide where that sits in the order of classic Bowie albums – and rank his entire output, 1964-2016! So here are the songs, films, live albums, ’60s cuts, hairstyles, books and much more from the world of Bowie – including The World Of David Bowie – all reviewed and ranked for your enjoyment.”
Also in the issue: saluting Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie; remembering John Lee Hooker; encountering Weyes Blood; mourning Sparklehorse and
The covermount CD is a special event, an all-Bob Dylan spectacular featuring
15 revelatory tracks selected from all 17 Bootleg Series albums so far. Stunning
versions of I Pity The Poor Immigrant, Moonshiner, Baby, Let Me Follow You Down,
You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go, and more!
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