Skip to product information
1 of 1


Mojo Magazine Issue 351 (February 2023) Pink Floyd

Mojo Magazine Issue 351 (February 2023) Pink Floyd

SKU: mojo-351
Regular price $12.50 USD
Regular price Sale price $12.50 USD
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Mojo Magazine Issue 351 (February 2023) Pink Floyd

Note: Mojo no longer includes CDs on their non-subscription/export copies. If you need the CD, you can purchase a copy via and/or Discogs.

AS ITS 50th BIRTHDAY DAWNS, MOJO celebrates The Dark Side Of The Moon, Pink Floyd’s timeless masterpiece, with the help of top musicians and writers. Plus: the real inspiration for its cover design revealed! Also in the issue: the Stones, Blur, Nick Drake and everything else to look forward to in 2023; Jerry Lee Lewis – behind the mask; nuggets of 1972; an entertaining Iggy Pop interview. Plus: Wilko Johnson; X-Ray Spex; Billy Strings; The Go-Betweens’ Robert Forster; Thin Lizzy; Margo Price; Adrian Belew; Robyn Hitchcock; International Submarine Band; Billy Nomates; The Virgin Prunes and more!

COVER STORY: PINK FLOYD Fifty years on, The Dark Side Of The Moon is still revealing itself. Writers and musicians, engineers and designers tell the stories behind the sound, the songs and the sleeve of Pink Floyd’s epic masterpiece.

IGGY POP How does a street-walkin’ cheetah with a heart full of napalm make it to 75, creative and happy? He’s not sure. “Y’know, I’ve taken a lot of risk in my life.”

ROBERT FORSTER The Go-Betweens’ provider of wry poetry on the tragedy of Grant McLennan and the meaning of success: “I measure so much by how much I’m impressing myself.”

X-RAY SPEX Poly Styrene’s inspirational visions were more punk than punk, before illness derailed her: “It felt like being part of something bigger than yourself.”

1972 NUGGETS Poobah! White Witch! Two Headed Freaps! MOJO’s crate diggers delve beneath the Ziggys, Harvests and Exiles into the substrata of another brilliant year for music.

UNSEEN STONES Keith & Co’s enigmatic fixer ‘Spanish Tony’ captured their scene in fascinating photos recently unearthed and restored by his grandkids. MOJO gets a sneak peek.

BILLY STRINGS He’s the wild child scion of meth-heads who’s pushing bluegrass into fresh pastures while restoring its grit: “No one has autotune when they’re sitting on a porch.”

REVIEWED Margo Price / Thin Lizzy / Billy Nomates / F***ed Up / John Martyn / Gaz Coombes / John Cale / Rozi Plain / Frank Zappa / Meg Baird / Johnny Hammond / Fuckwolf / International Submarine Band

PLUS A spectacular 2023 Preview starring Blur, Stones, Bee Gees, Nick Drake and The Teardrop Explodes / Adrian Belew / The Murder Capital / Complete Mountain Almanac / How To Buy... Robyn Hitchcock / Farewell Wilko Johnson, Mimi Parker, Nik Turner, Keith Levene... / The Virgin Prunes / All Back To Kid Congo Powers’s!

Check out the Mojo Magazine website.

View full details