MOJO '60s Vol 9-Keith Moon
Inside the latest issue of MOJO’s quarterly offshoot, we celebrate the best of rock’s germinal decade, tells the extraordinary tale of Keith Moon, The Who’s combustible wild-man drummer who turned destruction into a fine art and rewrote the rule book on how to beat the skins. There are also amazing in-depth features on the creation of The Doors’ epoch-shaking first album, Motown greats The Temptations’ controversial move into psychedelic soul, the tragicomic brilliance of Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band frontman Viv Stanshall, Dusty Springfield’s peerless *Dusty In Memphis, and the enduring rivalry between guitarists Bert Jansch and Davy Graham that changed the way folk music was played. Plus: rare Hendrix photos, The Zombies guide us through their 1968 masterpiece *Odessey And Oracle, sonic visionary Joe Meek is saluted, The Velvet Underground are born.
The magazine also comes with two iconic pull-out posters of Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart.