Mojo 332 July 2021

The ultimate singer-songwriter album, Blue by Joni Mitchell is 50 years young; MOJO discovers how love and loss shaped its genesis, and its genius. Also in the issue: The Black Keys on their blues heroes; The Troggs on wild times and Wild Thing; Noel Gallagher on why he doesn’t rate Wonderwall; Redskins' soul-punk revolution remembered; the dawn of Big Star; and a definitive guide to the essential purchases of Record Store Day. Plus: Can, Roky Erickson, Sons Of Kemet, Northern Soul, Lucy Dacus, John Grant, Stiff Records, Talulah Gosh and much, much more.

THIS MONTH’S COVERMOUNT CD is curated and compiled by The Black Keys, bringing together some of their favourite blues nuggets – by James Cotton, Mississippi Fred McDowell, RL Burnside, Jessie Mae Hemphill and more – plus tracks by the The Black Keys themselves.


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Mojo 332 July 2021