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Mojo Magazine Issue 365 (April 2024) Liam Gallagher & John Squire

Mojo Magazine Issue 365 (April 2024) Liam Gallagher & John Squire

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Mojo Magazine Issue 365 (April 2024) Liam Gallagher & John Squire


INSIDE THE SHOCK TEAM-UP of Oasis force-of-nature Liam Gallagher and Stone Roses guitar legend John Squire. Cue guitars, shoes and classic songs in a supergroup rooted in Britain’s ’90s upsurge but with eyes on the future. Also in this issue: Steely Dan – their 30 Greatest Songs; The Rolling Stones ’65-’66; Marvin Gaye gets sexy; Beth Gibbons returns from the wilderness. Plus: Waxahatchee; Lenny Kravitz, Michael Head; Ramones; Can; Dion; Studio One; Mary Weiss; St. Vincent; and the peak weirdness of Butthole Surfers!

THIS MONTH’S COVERMOUNT CD is The North Will Rise Again: 15 killer tracks from Manchester and environs. Stars The Fall, James, Black Grape, Magazine, A Certain Ratio, The Durutti Column, A Guy Called Gerald and more.

COVER STORY: LIAM GALLAGHER & JOHN SQUIRE MOJO embeds with the British rock team-up of the decade, as the Stone Roses’ guitar great returns from the wilderness and the Oasis singer turns cheerleader: “There should be a lot more music by John Squire out in the world.”

STEELY DAN Ten-page special on the cleverest band in rock and their 30 Greatest Songs. “People say they were perfectionists. They were improvementalists,” say bandmates.

MARVIN GAYE Let’s Get It On gave Marvin Gaye his biggest hit. But touring it revealed the anxious flipside of soul’s Mr Sex. “He couldn’t shake his fear of being exposed.”

THE ROLLING STONES Gered Mankowitz captured the Stones for the ages. From his new book, he shares unseen shots and choice stories: “The stewardess asked very sweetly for our guns.”

LENNY KRAVITZ Tales of Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Mick Jagger and more from the best-connected man in music. “I’m just getting started,” he warns John Aizlewood.

BUTTHOLE SURFERS Hair-raising antics and gut-churning music made a name for the Texan acid-punks. Older and wiser, the survivors relive the chaos: “We relished being idiots.”

WAXAHATCHEE Katie Crutchfield’s growth from indie-rock seedling into country-pop poetess. “I thought I should be looking at the essence,” she tells Grayson Haver Currin.

MICHAEL HEAD After the rollercoaster rides of Shack, The Strands and the Pale Fountains, how Liverpool’s great lost songwriter came back from the edge of oblivion.

REVIEWED Yard Act / Can / Sam Lee / The Jesus & Mary Chain / Faye Webster / Neil Young / The Black Crowes / Norah Jones / Elbow / Gary Clark Jr / Kim Gordon / Julia Holter / Martin Carthy / Sheer Mag / Adrienne Lenker / Karl Bartos / Pissed Jeans / The Libertines / Jacob Collier / Emahoy Tsege Mariam Gebru

PLUS Beth Gibbons – behind her first album of new material for 22 years / St Vincent gets “psychotic” / Plug into the MOJO Podcast! / Dion – still wandering / Itasca and Carlos Niño are Rising / Mdou Moctar gets busy in Sweden / How To Buy… Studio One / Farewell: Mary Weiss, Melanie, Del Palmer, Annie Nightingale… / Ramones, ABBA and jump suits / All hail The Bevis Frond / All back to Kevin Bacon’s!

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