Special import. Q and Mojo magazine could possibly be the best rock magazines ever produced. The Mojo magazine is an English magazine that mostly covers 60s and 70s bands but will also throw in any good new bands. It has very detailed main articles and also features music news, record reviews, discographies, bios etc…It also has tons of the best unpublished photos. A must for the collector.
This issue has 148 pages written in English and features articles and interviews with and about Dave Grohl; from hardcore super-fan through the insanity of Nirvana to the conquering rock adventures of Foo Fighters and Them Crooked Vultures, Dave Grohl stands tall as one of music’s true heroes. In his most revealing interview ever, “the nicest man in rock” goes for a journey back through 25 years of mayhem, music and reinvention (11 pages). Tom Petty reflects on 40 years as America’s bard of blue collar rock. Being in a band with George Harrison and Bob Dylan, leading the Heartbreakers to the top of the charts, and going through the professional highs and the personal lows. The best of 2009 and the top 50 albums of the year. Sting, when the Police reunion tour ended, Sting was asked to record a Christmas album. “I do what I want and I don’t give a fuck,” he tells. The Wall Part 2 director Sir Alan Parker’s world exclusive account of the making of The Wall movie while animator Gerald Scarfe reflects on the madness of this landmark meeting of music and cinema and tons more. Highly recommended to pop and rock lovers