MOJO magazine - Marc Bolan cover (May 2005 - Issue 138)
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MOJO magazine - Marc Bolan cover (May 2005 - Issue 138) Good condition - the free CD is not included
DFA 1979 - 1 page
DAVID CROSBY AND GRAHAM NASH - 1 page
THE WILLARD GRANT CONSPIRACY - 1 page
LOU REED - You think you know this man? You don't know this man! The frown-faced King of New York goes head to head with our own Sylvie Simmons. Seconds out...
DINOSAUR JR - Psychic battles and proper punch-ups in this fun-filled tale of your favourite self-destructing, hate-driven '80s noise trio
BOOMTOWN RATS - Feared in Ireland, scorned by UK punks and pariahs in the US, The Boomtown Rats entered the 1980s as one of the most controversial pop bands on the planet. Then it all fell apart and their front man, Bob Geldof, got involved in something called Live Aid. Pete Paphides hears their bizarre tale
MEMPHIS - From blues'n'soul to punk'n'donuts. A dark and twisty tale of race and rhythm in the cradle of rock
MAVIS STAPLES - She was the barnstorming baritone voice behind The Staple Singers' plangent gospel protest and a solo voice of soul heartbreak in the Stax Records glory years. From encounters with Dylan to silent showdowns with Prince, via Curtis Mayfield, Mavis Staples looks back on over 50 years of spiritual uplift. "I'm older, wiser and I've got more to offer", she tells Geoff Brown
T.REX - From T.Rextasy to self-parody, the 18-month rise and fall of Marc Bolan
ROBERT PLANT AND THE STRANGE SENSATION - Album review