MOJO magazine - Brian Wilson cover (March 2004 - Issue 124)
MOJO magazine - Brian Wilson cover (March 2004 - Issue 124) Good condition - the free CD is not included
MADRUGADA - 1 page
JOLIE HOLLAND - ½ page
BRIAN WILSON - It was due in January 1967. But the Beach Boys' Smile LP was shelved when its creator Brian Wilson refused to finish it. Now he has. As he heads to the UK to play it live for the first time, Wilson and lyricist Van Dyke Parks talk to Sylvie Simmons about pop's lost masterpiece
THE MARS VOLTA - Rat poison, afros and 21st century schizoid prog. Stevie Chick speaks to the most out-there band out there
THE VELVET UNDERGROUND - Velvets biographer Victor Bockris on Lou Reed, love songs and the band's harrowing third album
NICO - In 1967 Nico was the face of The Velvet Underground. But by 1970 she was a lonely junkie. What went wrong?
JOHN CALE - In 1968, John Cale was out of the Velvets, finding his way as a producer, solo artist and drug wildman. David Sheppard hears his story
ANDY WARHOL - When innocent English teens David and Sarah Dalton met Andy Warhol in 1961 their eyes were opened to a whole new world of pop culture and fabulous people. David Dalton relives their first encounter with the art magus. that "little Czech tank in a silver wig"
NORAH JONES - Album review
COURTNEY LOVE - Album review
FRANZ FERDINAND - Album review
THE FLAMING LIPS, THE WHITE STRIPES - Gig review
GENE PARSONS AND THE BYRDS - "Hello Goodbye"