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Mojo Magazine Issue 361 (December 2023) Rolling Stones

Mojo Magazine Issue 361 (December 2023) Rolling Stones

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Mojo Magazine Issue 361 (December 2023) The Rolling Stones


EXCLUSIVE! MICK JAGGER, KEITH RICHARDS and Ronnie Wood talk the past, present and future of The Rolling Stones. Hackney Diamonds, pop and blues, the band and the establishment, Bill and Charlie (did he really punch Mick?) and more. Also in this issue: Bob Dylan’s archive treasures; Peter Gabriel checks in; Sly Stone’s peak madness; Joni Mitchell’s mid-’70s; Carly Simon speaks! Plus: Joe Walsh, Thurston Moore, Black Pumas, Graham Parker, Talking Heads, Mike Stoller, Meat Puppets, Jimmy Buffett, Suicide and Micky Dolenz sings R.E.M.!

THIS MONTH’S COVERMOUNT CD is Love In Vain, a collection of the spooky country blues embedded in the Stones’ DNA. Stars Robert Johnson, Sleepy John Estes, Charley Patton, Skip James, Geeshie Wiley and more.

COVER STORY: THE ROLLING STONES As they deliver their first album of new songs in 18 years, MOJO grills the Stones about the myths and reality of life inside The World’s Greatest Rock’n’Roll Band, Charlie, Hoagy, elder statesmanship and a search for “the soul of the Rolling Stones.”

BOB DYLAN Rare photographs and thrilling artefacts of Bobness, exclusively extracted from Bob Dylan: Mixing Up The Medicine, Dylan’s Tulsa Archive now in book form.

SLY STONE Joel Selvin assembles witnesses to the utter madness of Slyworld as he concocted Fresh, his last great album. Cue: drugs, guns, music, drugs, drugs...

CARLY SIMON In a hyper-rare interview, Simon explores her formative first solo albums, shares diary entries about Dylan, and – naturally – revisits You’re So Vain.

JOE WALSH The loose cannon turned Mr Dependable talks addiction, The Eagles, VetsAid and more. “I was really insecure. I felt stupid all the time,” he tells Bob Mehr.

THURSTON MOORE Noise terrorist, tastemaker and now man of letters, Sonic Youth’s leggy blond on the sounds that changed his world: “Nirvana stood alone – this charmed thing.”

BLACK PUMAS Mashing soul and hip-hop with classic songwriting, Eric Burton and Adrian Queseda are poised to unleash their second album. But they don’t always see eye to eye...

GRAHAM PARKER The New Wave’s odd man out forges on while looking back with help from his old pals in The Rumour. “Graham wasn’t mucking around,” they tell Sylvie Simmons.

REVIEWED Joni Mitchell / Talking Heads / Robert Finley / Prince / J.J. Cale / George Harrison / Lol Tolhurst x Budgie x Jacknife Lee / Laura Veirs / King Gizzard / Duran Duran / The Kills / Van Morrison / Jeffrey Martin / Beirut / Manzanera Mackay / Christone ‘Kingfish’ Ingram / DJ Shadow / Sampha / Rival Sons / OMD / Cat Power / King Creosote / Glen Hansard / Nirvana / Johnny Marr / Clarence White / Green Day / Billy Bragg

PLUS Peter Gabriel holds forth / Mike Stoller: Methuselah of songwriting / Allison Russell and Bas Jan rise up / Meat Puppets in their own right / Margaritas at half mast for Jimmy Buffett / The Streets digs country / Adrian Sherwood unpicked / Suicide: the beginning and the end / Micky Dolenz sings R.E.M.!

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