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Mojo Magazine Issue 366 (May 2024) Pearl Jam

Mojo Magazine Issue 366 (May 2024) Pearl Jam

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Mojo Magazine Issue 366 (May 2024) Pearl Jam

Exclusive first in-depth interview with the great survivors of Seattle’s ’90s rock explosion. Cue: triumph and tragedy, madness and mega-stardom, and an affecting new album, Dark Matter. Inside the magazine: Jimi Hendrix – the secret archive; Bowie and Ronson – their stellar alliance; the incredible life of the MC5’s Wayne Kramer; Brian Wilson – the lost album; Roxy Music’s Phil Manzanera in the MOJO Interview. Plus: Anne Briggs; The Lemon Twigs; Nico; Damo Suzuki; Pretenders; Shabaka Hutchings; Cymande; Alice Coltrane; Richard Hawley; 2-Tone tales; Record Store Day’s hidden gems; and All Back To Francis Rossi’s!

THIS MONTH’S COVERMOUNT CD is a must for Pearl Jam fans: 10 rare tracks from the archive of one of our era’s most powerful live rock bands. Includes Drifting, Sad, Ghost, Parting Ways and more.

COVER STORY: PEARL JAM The last men standing of Seattle’s ’90s rock insurgency reflect on the triumphs and tragedies, and their extraordinary endurance. “We were searching for the purity of being ourselves,” they tell David Fricke.

DAVID BOWIE His style revolution, and crucial partnership with Mick Ronson, through the eyes of Suzi Ronson: “Don’t forget, David was a folkie before he met Mick.”

JIMI HENDRIX An untouched archive of tapes and documents sheds new light on the über-guitarist’s life and work – and the ways and means of shady manager Mike Jeffery.

ANNE BRIGGS The secretive star of Britain’s ’60s folk revival gives an ultra-rare interview to MOJO’s Jim Wirth: “I didn’t look like other women on record covers.”

WAYNE KRAMER A eulogy for the MC5’s driving force, and a celebration of the values he embodied, with input from John Sinclair, Danny Fields, Jon Landau and more.

CYMANDE The serendipity that spawned the unique fusions of Balham’s black music pioneers, and their slow return to the spotlight: “We had a break… for 40 years!”

PHIL MANZANERA Roxy Music’s man of many parts on his Latin roots and glam apotheosis. Plus: staying pals with Eno, covering up for Cale and “understanding” Bryan Ferry.

THE LEMON TWIGS The sibling duo holding a torch for smartypants pop-rock put that ‘chimp record’ behind them. “We’re more Flamin’ Groovies now,” they tell James McNair.

REVIEWED Nico / Shabaka Hutchings / Jane Weaver / Vampire Weekend / Ride / Leyla McCalla / The Black Keys / Phosphorescent / The Staves / High Llamas / Mark Knopfler / A Certain Ratio / James / Chastity Belt / 6 Organs Of Admittance / The Dandy Warhols / Alice Coltrane / Pernice Brothers / Cedric Burnside / Orbital / John Lurie / Judee Sill / Dee C Lee / Andwella /

PLUS Brian Wilson: the other lost album / Richard Hawley – the musical! / Katherine Priddy and Sahra Halgan are your new favourite singers / Farewell, Damo Suzuki, Family Man, Mojo Nixon… / How To Buy… Pretenders / Rock’s Mandela day remembered / Mercury Rev in the studio / David Pajo on Slint / 2-Tone becomes a TV series / Bill Frisell uncovered / Record Store Day’s hidden gems / Stan Ridgway / and… All Back To Francis Rossi’s!

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