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  • #11158087  | PERMALINK

    pheebee
    den ganzen Tag unter Wasser und Spaß dabei

    Registriert seit: 20.09.2011

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    Auf den Photos im Heft sieht Weller ein bisschen wie Iggy aus…

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    Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better. Samuel Beckett
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    jimmydean

    Registriert seit: 13.11.2003

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    im aktuellen mojo gibt es „die besten 30 songs von the cure“

    30. The Hanging Garden

    29. Why Can’t I Be You?

    28. Three Imaginary Boys

    27. The End of the World

    26. Friday I’m in Love

    25. Killing an Arab

    24. Underneath the Stars

    23. Lullaby

    22. Fire in Cairo

    21. Charlotte Sometimes

    20. The Walk

    19. A Strange Day

    18. Let’s Go to Bed

    17. Catch

    16. Primary

    15. Lovesong

    14. Play for Today

    13. The Love Cats

    12. A Night Like This

    11. Pictures of You

    10. The Caterpillar

    9. All Cats are Grey

    8. Close to Me

    7. Jumping Someone Else’s Train

    6. One Hundred Years

    5. 10.15 Saturday Night

    4. Just Like Heaven

    3. Boy’s Don’t Cry

    2. In Between Days

    1. A Forest

    zuletzt geändert von jimmydean

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    i don't care about the girls, i don't wanna see the world, i don't care if i'm all alone, as long as i can listen to the Ramones (the dubrovniks)
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    stardog

    Registriert seit: 12.06.2011

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    jimmydeanim aktuellen mojo gibt es „die besten 30 songs von the cure“ 30. The Hanging Garden 29. Why Can’t I Be You? 28. Three Imaginary Boys 27. The End of the World 26. Friday I’m in Love 25. Killing an Arab 24. Underneath the Stars 23. Lullaby 22. Fire in Cairo 21. Charlotte Sometimes 20. The Walk 19. A Strange Day 18. Let’s Go to Bed 17. Catch 16. Primary 15. Lovesong 14. Play for Today 13. The Love Cats 12. A Night Like This 11. Pictures of You 10. The Caterpillar 9. All Cats are Grey 8. Close to Me 7. Jumping Someone Else’s Train 6. One Hundred Years 5. 10.15 Saturday Night 4. Just Like Heaven 3. Boy’s Don’t Cry 2. In Between Days 1. A Forest

    Und noch nicht mal ein Song von „ Bloodflowers“. Peinlich…

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    august-ramone
    Ich habe fertig!

    Registriert seit: 19.08.2005

    Beiträge: 62,369

    Wer von euch Abonnenten erhält seit der Brexit vollzogen ist noch das Magazin? Ich werde nicht mehr beliefert…

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    http://www.radiostonefm.de/ Wenn es um Menschenleben geht, ist es zweitrangig, dass der Dax einbricht und das Bruttoinlandsprodukt schrumpft.
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    j-w
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    maximum rhythm & blues

    Registriert seit: 09.07.2002

    Beiträge: 40,390

    Ich beziehe meins aus Berlin, das kommt zwar mit etwas Verzögerung, aber es kommt. Und die Steve Marriott-CD in der letzten Ausgabe ist die geilste CD-Beilage, die ich je in einem Musikmag bekommen habe!

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    Staring at a grey sky, try to paint it blue - Teenage Blue
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    claque

    Registriert seit: 09.01.2020

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    Bisher kommt es noch, aber mit gewaltiger Verzögerung.

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    flashbackmagazine

    Registriert seit: 28.03.2012

    Beiträge: 2,755

    Ich habe gestern die letzten beiden Ausgaben – März und April – auf einmal bekommen.

    Die CD-Beilage der April-Ausgabe ist ein CURE-Tribute (noch nicht reigehört).

    So, wie auch die letzte CD-Beilage (Steve Marriott), stelle ich mir CD-Beilagen vor, wie sie sein sollten, gerade mit Hinblick auf unveröffentlichte Sachen. Dickes Lob an MOJO!

     

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    marbeck
    Keine Lust, mir etwas auszudenken

    Registriert seit: 27.07.2004

    Beiträge: 23,987

    https://www.mojo4music.com/magazine/latest-issues/mojo-331-june-2021-paul-weller-edits-mojo/

    MOJO 331 – June 2021: Paul Weller Edits MOJO!
    By order of the Modfather: McCartney, CSNY, a Weller-curated covermount CD, plus much else besides in the new MOJO magazine.

    HE’S BEEN A READER since Issue #1 and a MOJO cover star 11 times. Qualifications that make Jam legend Paul Weller an ideal MOJO Guest Editor (our sixth). He asked for features on Paul McCartney, The Coral, CSNY, My Bloody Valentine and Funkadelic, gave us the lowdown on his new LP, and recommended new bands and buried treasures for you to check out. We added a summit with St Vincent and the exclusive inside track on a new Jeff Buckley biopic. Plus: Tony Joe White, Jayne County, Manic Street Preachers, Peggy Seeger, Mdou Moctar, Spiritualized, The Who, The Fall and John Lennon. Then it’s all back to KISS’s Paul Stanley’s for some rock and soul all nite.

    THIS MONTH’S COVERMOUNT CD is curated and compiled by Paul Weller. Titled Into Tomorrow, it features 15 tracks including songs by Richard Hawley, Durand Jones, Third Ear Band, Declan O’Rourke, Marvin Powell and a Weller rarity!

    CONTENTS MOJO 331

    PAUL WELLER The latest MOJO Guest Editor gets back to the day job. Cue: Fat Pop Vol 1, his personal antidote to the pandemic.

    CSNY Weller covered their Ohio. Now rock’s second-biggest quartet reboot Déjà Vu with revealing bonus tracks and poignant interviews with MOJO.

    PAUL McCARTNEY Ram was Macca’s first album as an official ex-Beatle. Paul and pals recall its gestation and genius. Plus: Weller on his all-time pop hero.

    THE CORAL Merseyside’s psychedelic survivors, the Weller faves came close to catastrophe before returning with Coral Island, their mystic masterpiece.

    FUNKADELIC Fifty years since its birth, MOJO disinters Maggot Brain – the fusion of George Clinton’s psych-funk vision and Eddie Hazel’s stoned soul guitar.

    MY BLOODY VALENTINE Kevin Shields on his latest restoration of Loveless, what Alan McGee did to his tremolo arm and new music that might even come out!

    ST VINCENT As a new album addresses his father’s incarceration, art-rock changeling Annie Clark talks through her multiple transformations.

    MDOU MOCTAR From the interior of Niger comes the man taking Saharan blues to the next level. “Hendrix made me sick!” he tells David Hutcheon.

    REVIEWED Tony Joe White / Spiritualized / The Who / Teenage Fanclub / Peter Hammill / Rose City Band / The Black Keys / Van Morrison / Squid / The Chills / Tony Allen / John Lennon / Black Midi / Godspeed You! Black Emperor / Gruff Rhys / Sons Of Kemet / The Fall / Dinosaur Jr / Natalie Bergman / The Nightingales / The Yardbirds

    PLUS Jeff Buckley: The Movie! / Farewell, Bunny Wailer and Chris Barber / Jayne County reveals all / Bobby Gillespie and Jehnny Beth haul ashes / Paul Weller introduces Declan O’Rourke and The Mysterines / Manic Street Preachers go ABBA, in masks / Peggy Seeger rocks the dulcimer / Robert Finley on Al Green / Mick Talbot – in and out the Style Council / How To Buy… Ghost Box / And it’s all back to KISS’s Paul Stanley’s

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    "I spent a lot of money on booze, birds and fast cars. The rest I just squandered." - George Best --- Dienstags und donnerstags, ab 20 Uhr, samstags ab 20.30 Uhr: Radio StoneFM
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    marbeck
    Keine Lust, mir etwas auszudenken

    Registriert seit: 27.07.2004

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    MOJO The Collectors’ Series: Paul Weller Essentials is on sale from Thursday, 22 December.

    MOJO’s album-by-album guide to Paul Weller’s music, from The Jam and The Style Council to his 30-year solo career is on sale this Thursday, 22 December, and available to pre-order HERE.

    New wave hero, ’80s soul-pop star and, since the ’90s, solo musical adventurer, Paul Weller has been a vital force in British music for almost half a century. But, as creator of nearly 30 studio albums – with The Jam, The Style Council and then under his own name – and author of hundreds of incredible songs, how best to navigate his vast legacy? And what of the Modfather’s myriad side-projects and lesser-known releases?

    Written by MOJO’s team of experts, Paul Weller Essentials tells you everything you need to know to piece together your ultimate Jam, Style Council and solo years collection. As well as reappraisals of every studio LP, we profile non-album tracks and the bevy of live recordings, box sets and rarities compilations that have appeared down the years. Plus we recommend the best Weller literature with which to line your shelves.

    With all-new content, dozens of rare and iconic photographs, and Weller’s closest collaborators – Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler from The Jam; Mick Talbot and Dee C. Lee of The Style Council; and Steve Cradock and Andy Crofts from the solo years – revealing their Top 10 favourite tracks, Paul Weller Essentials is an indispensable purchase for all Modfather connoisseurs and serious music fans.

    Available in shops from Thursday, December 22, 2022

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    "I spent a lot of money on booze, birds and fast cars. The rest I just squandered." - George Best --- Dienstags und donnerstags, ab 20 Uhr, samstags ab 20.30 Uhr: Radio StoneFM
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    marbeck
    Keine Lust, mir etwas auszudenken

    Registriert seit: 27.07.2004

    Beiträge: 23,987

    30th anniversary issue

    A BIRTHDAY SPECIAL! Celebrating 30 years since the launch of MOJO, we catch up with the key artists, sounds and stories that lit up our lifetime so far. Dylan, The Beatles, Oasis, The White Stripes, Led Zeppelin, Kate Bush, Paul Weller, Bowie and more. Plus: the majestic Dolly Parton in the MOJO Interview; an in-depth farewell to The Band’s Robbie Robertson; Pete Townshend on Lifehouse and Who’s Next; the artists to watch in MOJO’s NEXT 30 years. And: Nirvana; Wilco; The Black Keys; Bernie Taupin; Rodriguez; Muddy Waters in Croydon… Then it’s All Back To YOUR place!

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    "I spent a lot of money on booze, birds and fast cars. The rest I just squandered." - George Best --- Dienstags und donnerstags, ab 20 Uhr, samstags ab 20.30 Uhr: Radio StoneFM
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    marbeck
    Keine Lust, mir etwas auszudenken

    Registriert seit: 27.07.2004

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    Can’t teach an old dog new tricks? Paul Weller keeps giving the lie to that adage, with a fascinating new album and an exclusive new interview with MOJO. Plus: insights into his live resurrection and reflections by Noel Gallagher on his friend and (sometimes fiery) mentor. Also in the issue: the birth of The Byrds; Pete Townshend’s turbulent ’80s; Marvin Gaye’s buried treasures; Dusty Springfield – the genius and heartache; Questlove in the MOJO Interview. And: Johnny Cash; Jessica Pratt; Belle And Sebastian; Motörhead; Dirty Three; Richard Thompson; Dickey Betts; John Grant; David Bowie; The Durutti Column; Dana Gillespie; Pat Metheny; Royal Trux; and all back to Russell Crowe’s!

    READ MORE: Every Paul Weller album ranked!

    THIS MONTH’S COVERMOUNT CD is Jingle Jangle Mornings: A Byrds Companion. Folk, rock, country, psych (and raga!) from Gene Clark, Roger McGuinn, Chris Hillman, Clarence White, The Louvin Brothers, Pete Seeger, International Submarine Band, Ravi Shankar and more!

    CONTENTS MOJO 368

    PAUL WELLER The Jam man lets friends and fellow songwriters into the mix on his latest album. Meanwhile, he delivers classic tunes on his most energised tour in years. Not bad for 65. “It’s going to make me head explode, man.”

    THE BYRDS Sixty years ago, an American band picked up the gauntlets of Bob Dylan and The Beatles and changed music forever. Thanks to a phone call from Miles Davis…

    PETE TOWNSHEND An exploration of his ’80s crisis, and the fascinating solo albums it spawned, turns into a free-wheeling splurge of all things Pete, and The Who.

    QUESTLOVE The Roots’ man of many parts, all of them funky. Amazing encounters with Kiss, Costello, LL Cool J, plus that lost Amy Winehouse/Duke Ellington album!

    DUSTY SPRINGFIELD Jon Savage on the underrated artistry and private heartache of Britain’s soul diva: “She knew her ability all right, that’s why it had to be perfect.”

    THE DIRTY THREE Just your average soul-scorching Australian guitar-drums-violin combo staffed by sonic consiglieres to Nick Cave, Cat Power and more? Something like that.

    JESSICA PRATT California’s quietest singer-songwriter is also its most exquisitely beguiling. How tears, troubles and tireless self-criticism fuelled her latest album.

    BELLE & SEBASTIAN How a sequestered songwriter like “a storybook character” and songs with “too many chords” blossomed into a mid-’90s indie phenomenon that endures today.

    REVIEWED Richard Thompson / David Bowie / Richard Hawley / Buffalo Tom / Bernard Butler / Arooj Aftab / The Decemberists / Willie Nelson / Bat For Lashes / John Cale / The Zawose Queens / Bonny Light Horseman / Sam Morton / Eels / Rich Ruth / Big Special / Prince Fatty / Andrew Bird / Jake Long / Crowded House / Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Nathan Salsburg, Tyler Trotter / Staples Jr Singers / English Teacher / Goat Girl / Hawkwind / Seasick Steve / Stereolab / Margo Guryan / Can / Gastr Del Sol

    PLUS Marvin Gaye’s tune hoard /John Grant’s daddy issues / Johnny Cash – songwriter! /Oisín Leech and Aircooled check in / Dickey Betts, John Sinclair and Mike Pinder check out / How To Buy… The Durutti Column / Dana Gillespie – from water-skiing to grooving with Bowie / Pat Metheny toils on album #55 / Motörhead’s heavy 1981 / Jennifer Herrema survives Royal Trux / then it’s All Back To Russell Crowe’s!

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    "I spent a lot of money on booze, birds and fast cars. The rest I just squandered." - George Best --- Dienstags und donnerstags, ab 20 Uhr, samstags ab 20.30 Uhr: Radio StoneFM
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    wahr

    Registriert seit: 18.04.2004

    Beiträge: 14,832

    Ok, das mit dem „phone call from Miles Davis…“ würde mich interessieren.

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