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KEITH RICHARDS Move over Ben Bradlee, MOJO’s Guest Editor has some wisdom to impart. Plus: Steve Van Zandt and Julien Temple on the tao of Keith.
CD COVERMOUNT: MEMORY MOTEL 15 tracks vibrating at a Keith frequency, by artists including Dion, Funkadelic, Gregory Isaacs, Jimmy Reed and The Maytals.
MADCHESTER A 30th Anniversary celebration of the year dance music and indie rock fused – via Happy Mondays, the Stone Roses and friends – and changed Britain forever.
MUDDY WATERS How a man in his forties from Stovell, Mississippi switched pop music on. “When I first heard Muddy, everything else became lightweight,” says MOJO’s Guest Ed.
NORAH JONES Keith Richards’ favourite duettist on musical path-finding and surviving super-fame: “I’m like anyone. I have stress. But I learned to play through that.”
PETER TOSH The intense life, tragic death and dissident music of the Wailers hero. “There was a deep character,” says his one-time landlord, Mr. K. Richards. “Prickly.”
JENNY LEWIS The iconic former Rilo Kiley singer and fight fan exorcises her ghosts while busting classic LA pop-rock moves with her pal Ringo Starr.
DEXYS MIDNIGHT RUNNERS “Bloody hell, that singer’s worked up”: eyewitness accounts of the rise of Kevin Rowland’s rocking soul crew, from the mean streets of Smethwick, to the world.
REVIEWED Robert Forster / Foals / Ray Charles / Paul Weller / Lambchop / Bruce Springsteen / White Denim / The Comet Is Coming / Steve Earle / Curtis Mayfield / David Sylvian / Stephen Malkmus / Ty Segall / Meat Puppets / Marc Bolan / Strand Of Oaks / The Cinematic Orchestra / Jim Jones / Wayne Shorter/ Matmos / James Holden / Townes Van Zandt / Glam nuggets
PLUS Keith Richards curates How To Buy… The Neville Brothers, a Bobby Keys Buried Treasure, and more / behind The Who’s big gig and LP news / Patti Smith litt.s off / Underworld are up to something / Rhiannon Giddens brings Iran to Appalachia / Tina Weymouth drops some funky bombshells / Weyes Blood comes through / Blondie Chaplin loves and leaves the Beach Boys / Karen O confesses to a Queensrÿche cassingle / Ratso Sloman: on the record at last / Butthole Surfers in lurid colour / goodbye Reggie Young, Ted McKenna, Lorna Doom / a secret history of mispressings / all back to David Duchovny’s!