MOJO 297 35 YEARS ON, THE EXTRAORDINARY story of David Bowie's Let's Dance - his rollercoaster ride to fame and riches, weirdness and regret - with new interviews with Nile Rodgers, Earl Slick, Carlos Alomar and more. Meanwhile, MOJO's covermount CD mines the classic R&B that inspired Bowie to dance the blues: Little Richard, Johnny Otis, James Brown, Earl Bostic, Albert King included. Also in the issue: behind the Byrds 'reunion'; reassessing Yellow Submarine; MC5's Wayne Kramer on punk, junk and jail; the strangest Echo & The Bunnymen interview you'll ever read; Millie Jackson speaks frankly; Neil Finn makes album with son, joins Fleetwood Mac. Plus! Jeff Bridges reveals his inner Dude; George Clinton's Mindblowers; Free; Jim James; Gorillaz; Ray Davies; Guns N'Roses; Graham Nash; Steve Marriott; The Rolling Stones; The The; when Johnny Marr met David Crosby; and unheard John Coltrane!