MOJO Magazine – Last Issue Of 2022 Out Now

20 November 2022

Content: The secret sides of Blondie, the ultimate pop group, including their role in MOJO’s patent annual Best Of The Year spectacular. Also starring: the 75 Best New Albums of 2022; the 20 Best Reissues; a Nick Cave interview; a Joni Mitchell revelation; Wet Leg invade America; Neil Young trucks on. Plus! Read an exclusive extract from Bob Dylan’s new book. And enjoy Don Was, Johnny Marr, Rick Wakeman, Margo Price, Peter Blake, Chuck Berry, Springsteen’s soul opus, Bowie’s Hunky Dory, Beyoncé, Loretta Lynn, Tom Petty and more.

This month’s CD is The Best Of 2022. Exactly what it says on the tin, with 15 tracks from Wilco, Wet Leg, The Smile, Suede, Dry Cleaning, Horace Andy, Bill Callahan, Weyes Blood, Michael Head and more.

You can buy a copy and let it have sent to your home. Info HERE

A Call Me Wake-Up Call

Works faster than caffeine

26 September 2022

Glam and glitter pop machine BLONDIE scored their 4th Number 1 hit
in the UK this day in 1980 with CALL ME (more than 300 million streams
on Spotify). It featured in the movie American Gigolo, with Richard Gere.

Call Me also topped the charts in the US where
it became the band’s biggest-selling single.

I wouldn’t mind waking up with Debbie
every morning and I’ll definitely call her…

BLONDIE: Instagram

Happy Birthday To Pin-Up Pop Queen DEBBIE HARRY!

1 July 2022

Angela Trimble aka the ultimate pin-up pop queen Debbie Harry
was born in Miami on 1 July 1945. Happy 77 to Blondie‘s first lady.

Picture this: a Sunday Girl with a Heart Of Glass always Hanging On
The Telephone
, one way or another, causing Rapture when the Tide Is
and always Dreaming of Denis who Ripped Her To Shreads. Please
Call Me, Debbie, In The Flesh.

Three top Debbie moments…





(photo on top: Cover of Debbie/Blondie book called ‘Picture This’)

Waking Up With… DEBBIE

Works faster than caffeine

On 19 April 1980, 42 years ago today, the utterly charismatic pin-up star
Debbie Harry and Blondie topped the US Singles Chart with Call Me,
(more than 265 million streams on Spotify.) Looks like a bright day is ahead.

Call me (call me) on the line
Call me, call me any, anytime
Call me (call me) I’ll arrive
You can call me any day or night
Call me

What’s your number, Debbie?

BLONDIE: Facebook

BLONDIE Scored No 1 Hit In The UK With ‘ATOMIC’ This Day In 1980

Top singles from the past

1 March 2022

This day 42 years ago, on 1 March 1980 iconic band BLONDIE topped
the UK Singles Chart with disco gem ‘ATOMIC’ from their fourth album
Eat To The Beat.

The song was written by Debbie Harry and keyboardist Jimmy Destri,
one of Blondie‘s main songwriters and produced by Australian glam
rock (The Sweet, Mud, Suzi Quatro and more) songwriter and producer
Mike Chapman

Debbie 4ever…

BLONDIE: Facebook