MOJO‘s experts guide you through PINK FLOYD’s
essential albums, songs, films and books.

“Pink Floyd’s status as rock’s greatest visionaries is beyond question, from their early days as psychedelic pioneers in the mid-’60s to their mega-selling ’70s albums The Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, The Wall and beyond. But how best to negotiate their revered legacy of studio recordings, film soundtracks, rarities compilations, live albums and books?
And what of their members’ solo releases?

Written by MOJO’s team of experts, Pink Floyd Essentials arms you with all the knowledge you need to acquire your ultimate Floyd collection. There are incisive appraisals of all their studio albums, from 1967’s The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn right up until 2014’s ‘posthumous’ The Endless River, as well as fascinating pieces on the film soundtrack LPs the group cut in the early ’70s when their future was uncertain. We also journey track-by-track through their career-spanning compilation Echoes, and take a deep dive into their revelatory Early Years and
Later Years box sets.”

Illustrated throughout with dozens of rare and iconic photographs, Pink Floyd Essentials is an indispensable purchase for all serious music fans.

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New MOJO Magazine Issue

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Celebrating the 50th anniversary (released 16 June 1972) of The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars, Angie Bowie, Ken Scott, Woody Woodmansey, Mike Garson and more shed new light on the album that changed David Bowie’s life and revolutionised rock and pop.

Also this month: unheard roots of the Velvet Underground; Stevie Wonder goes synth-funk
in 1972; Roxy Music – reunion tour lowdown; Robert Fripp – his kookiest ever interview.

Plus: The Clash; Drive-By Truckers; Joan Shelley; Hüsker Dü; The Rolling Stones; Wilco;
The Smile; Angel Olsen; C86; Darlene Love; Rock Star Weed
and all back to Clare Grogan’s!

You can purchase a copy and let it send to your home. Info here.

THE WHO Are The Stars Of The New MOJO Collector’s Series Issue

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16 April 2022

Meaty, beaty, big and bespoke, MOJO’s latest extravagant special is out
now. A stylishly-groomed volume dedicated to the genius of The Who.

This first issue of Mod Icons focuses on the self-proclaimed Orrible Oo charting
their amazing journey from My Generation’s explosive proto-rock in 1965, right up
to Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey’s successful incarnation of the band today.

In between you’ll find details of their colourful early Pop Art phase, the extraordinary
tales behind their mega-selling concept albums Tommy and Quadrophenia, a touching profile of showboating drummer Keith Moon – who died tragically in 1978 – the little-documented story of the group’s tempestuous 1980s and ’90s, and much more besides.

The magazine’s 132 snappily designed pages, filled with in-depth features and exclusive interviews collected from MOJO’s extensive archives – are illustrated with dozens of rare and iconic photographs, ensuring it’s an essential purchase for all serious music fans.

Talking about their generation with Mojo…

THE WHO: Website – All Albums


25 November 2020

British music magazine MOJO brings you
a Deluxe Bowie Magazine Anthology!

What is it?

“Featuring 260 pages of fascinating features and interviews, illustrated with dozens of iconic and rare images, BOWIE CHANGES 1947-2016 brings together MOJO’s much-prized CHANGES 1947-1975 and CHANGES 1976-2016 bookazines into one sumptuous, single-volume Deluxe Anthology Edition. Within its heavy card covers, Bowie’s story is unfolded with the unrivalled knowledge and passion of MOJO’s finest writers, while readers are also guided through the singer’s key albums and greatest songs.”

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