MOJO 291 – February 2018: The Rolling Stones
This month, MOJO relives the madness of The Rolling Stones’ psychedelic 1967, as they fought to keep pace with the Beatles while the British police and tabloid press – in sinister consort – strove to clap them in irons. Meanwhile, our FREE CD is 2,000 Light Years From Home, a total wig-flipper compiling acid-warped British rock from ’67 to ’70, including Small Faces, The Pretty Things, Arthur Brown and more.
Also in the issue: the late great Tom Petty, by his bandmates; behind the Beatles’ Christmas fan club records; the sadness and defiance of Phil Ochs. Plus: Jeff Tweedy, AC/DC’s Malcolm Young, Ezra Furman, Elbow, Devo, King Crimson, Françoise Hardy and MOJO’s Essential 2018 Preview.
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