MOJO magazine - Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey cover (December 2006 - Issue 157)
MOJO magazine - Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey cover (December 2006 - Issue 157) Good condition - some light wear
The free CD is not included
CAMERA OBSCURA - 1 page
COURTNEY LOVE - 1 page
VINCENT VINCENT AND THE VILLAINS - 1 page
JARVIS COCKER - Back with a solo missive of mellifluous ire, the ex-Pulp poet invites Ian Harrison into the Sue Ryder Shop of his soul: "I may make a knobhead of myself but I can't do anything else, really"
JERRY LEE LEWIS - Elvis's evil twin, the demonic demagogue of driving rock'n'roll ferocity, the man they call 'The Killer', looks Andrew Perry in the eye and explains exactly what a gun is for. Be very afraid
6 and a half pages
JOHN LEGEND - A 21st-century soul romantic, revered by everyone from Prince to Stevie Wonder, the artist formally known as John Stephens invites Angus Batey into the studio to hear some of his "conversations with God"
SMOKEY ROBINSON - He was the George Gershwin of '60s soul, the Dylan of Detroit who ended up with a desk job and a dope problem. Ben Edmonds is granted a rare audience with America's bard of broken hearts
BEYOND FOLK - It was the summer of rustic grooves, Arcadian pop and pastoral festivals. For those who want to keep their folk flag flying, Mojo presents the Top 50 albums that have bashed down bucolic barriers
THE WHO - Witness a rebirth and a rekindled love affair with America. Longtime Who chronicler Dave Marsh meets a full-of-fire Pete and Rog, changing lives and blowing minds in the US