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Welcome to the MOJO Record Club. Join Andrew Male and the MOJO family of musicians, writers and music obsessives as we hunt down classic albums, buried treasures and the very best new records. Subscribe now at: https://www.mojo4music.com/podcast/
The MOJO Record Club with Natalie Merchant Natalie Merchant reveals her spectacular Nico, Marlene Dietrich and Ray Davies impressions, as she rolls up at the club to discuss Chelsea Girl, “medieval torture”, stealing eight-tracks and much more. Plus Andrew Male and Danny Eccleston pore over the new Depeche Mode album and an amazing Kinks “psychic download”!
Direct from Ardent Studios in Memphis, Big Star’s Jody Stephens brings a neglected Texan treasure to the MOJO Record Club. But why has Willis Alan Ramsey still not released a follow-up, 51 years later? And what new releases are Andrew Male and John Mulvey excited about in spite of themselves? Tracklisting: 1. Willis Alan Ramsey, Boy from Oklahoma, written by Willis Alan Ramsey and originally released on Shelter Recording Company and A&M Records 2. Those Pretty Wrongs, Paper Cup, written by Jody Stephens and Luther Russell, released on Curation Records 3. Roger, Pea Vida, written by Roger Jose Cury, arranged by Arthur Verocai and released on Diamond West Records 4. The Tubs, Wretched Lie, written by Owen Williams and George Nicholls, released on Trouble In Mind Records
What’s on the flipside of a CD? Yo La Tengo’s Georgia Hubley and Ira Kaplan are the latest inductees to the MOJO Record Club, sharing their love of Bob Marley and The Clean with Andrew Male. Then stick around for a trip deep into Bob Dylan’s archives… Baby, follow us down! Tracklisting: 1. Aselestine, by Yo La Tengo, written by Ira Kaplan and Georgia Hubley and released on Matador Records 2. Concrete Jungle, by Bob Marley, released on Island Records 3. In the Dreamlife You Need A Rubber Soul, by The Clean, released on Morr Music 4. Love Sick, by Bob Dylan, originally released by Colombia / SME Records – bootleg re-released by MOJO Magazine 2023 5. She’s a Fighter, song by Robert Forster, released on Tapete Records
There’s uncooked haggis on the rider and compelling stories galore, as the excellent novelist Ian Rankin joins Andrew Male and Keith Cameron to hymn the fairy tales for hard men of Jackie Leven. Plus a trip into the darkened teenage bedrooms of The Murder Capital, and a reckoning with the eternal challenges of John Cale. From Fife to The Waste Land, and all stops in between. Tracklist: 1. My Spanish Dad, from Creatures of Light and Darkness, written by Jackie Leven, released on Cooking Vinyl Records in 2001 2. The Sexual Loneliness of Jesus Christ, from Creatures of Light and Darkness, written by Jackie Leven, released on Cooking Vinyl Records in 2001 3. The haunting of John Rebus, from Creatures of Light and Darkness, written by Jackie Leven, released on Cooking Vinyl Records in 2001 4. Return My Head, written by The Murder Capital and released on Human Season Records 5. Story of Blood, feat. Weyes Blood, written by John Cale and Weyes Blood, released on Domino Records
From Liverpool with Love! MOJO’s Album Of The Year winner Michael Head joins Andrew Male to reveal how Forever Changes forever changed Shack, The Pale Fountains and The Red Elastic Band. Plus Iggy Pop, Jeff Parker, Miles & Gil, Matt Monro and, as usual, much more. Tracklist: 1. Fluke, song and lyrics by Michael Head & The Red Elastic Band, from Dear Scott on the Modern Sky UK label 2. A House Is Not A Motel written by Arthur Lee, performed by Michael Head & The Red Elastic Band, from Dear Scott on the Modern Sky UK label 3. Strung Out Johnny, written by Iggy Pop, Andrew Watt, Chad Smith, and Josh Klinghoffer from the new Iggy album Every Loser, released on Atlantic/Gold Tooth records 4. “2019-07-08 II”, composed By Anna Butterss, Jay Bellerose, Jeff Parker, and Josh Johnson from Jeff Parker’s Mondays At The Enfield Tennis Academy, on Eremite Records
All the hits and more, as Andrew Male revisits a few highlights of our podcast so far with Thurston Moore, Miki Berenyi, Robyn Hitchcock, Alabaster DePlume, Gina Birch, Tim Burgess, Barry Adamson and the MOJO gang. Your one-stop soul-cleansing music podcast destination!
“Let’s be brilliant!” Punk paragon Gina Birch is the latest star to join the MOJO Record Club, with tales of Raincoats, Hangovers and a musical revelation via food poisoning. Then Jenny Bulley joins Andrew Male to unpack the new David Bowie box, discover a lost treasure of outlaw country, and sample some fresh Turkish psych... Release the Anatolian Dragon! Music includes: 1. Gina Birch, Wish I Was You, written by Gina Birch and released on Third Man Records 2. IQU, This is Flower And Moon, written by IQU and released on K Records 3. IQU, Yopparai (a Drunkard Who Fell From Heaven) written by IQU and released on K Records 4. IQU, Can’t You Even Remember That written by IQU and released on K Records 5. David Bowie, Queen Bitch, written by David Bowie and released on Parlophone Records 6. Gaye Su Akyol, Sen Benim Mağaramsın, written by Gaye Su Akyol and released on Glitterbeat Records 7. Gaye Su Akyol, Sen Benim Mağaramsın, written by Gaye Su Akyol and released on Glitterbeat Records 8. Gaye Su Akyol, Anadolu Ejderi, written by Gaye Su Akyol and released on Glitterbeat Records 9. Steve Young, Seven Bridges Road, written by Steve Young, Reissued by Real Gone Music and originally released on A&M Records (1969)
A tour of rock’s meaner alleyways, courtesy of our guest Tim Burgess and the scuzz-opera of his secret hero, Armand Schaubroeck. Plus Andrew Male and Ian Harrison draw Tim into a cul-de-sac with new releases from Weyes Blood and Horse Lords. Street hassle obligatory! Track Listing: Tim Burgess, Sure Enough, written by Tim Burgess and released on Bella Union Records. Armand Schaubroeck Steals, Father Michael Loves Sister Jennifer, from the album, I Came to Visit but Decided to Stay, written by Armand Schaubroeck Steals and released on Mirror Records. Armand Schaubroeck, The Bells, released by Mirror Records Horse Lords, Mess Mend, released By RVNG Records. Weyes Blood, It’s Not Just Me, It’s Everybody, released on Sub Pop records.
This week, the whirlwind of creativity that is Warren Ellis gently ushers your host Andrew Male and MOJO Editor John Mulvey into the church of Alice Coltrane. Plus Nina Simone, John Coltrane, Jerry Lee Lewis, Karen Dalton, Bob Dylan, Bitchin Bajas, Ralph Stanley and a stunning Lou Reed revelation! Music credits: • Alice Coltrane - My Favourite Things, from Alice Coltrane With Strings – World Galaxy (Impulse Records, 1972) • Alice Coltrane - A Love Supreme from Alice Coltrane With Strings – World Galaxy (Impulse Records, 1972) • Alice Coltrane talking about her harp from Alice Coltrane documentary (dir. St. Clair Bourne, 1970) • Lou Reed - Heroin (May 1965 Demo) from Lou Reed - Words And Music May 1965 (Light In The Attic, 2022) • Bitchin Bajas - Amorpha from Bajascillators (Drag City, 2022)
Miki Berenyi is Andrew Male’s latest guest, discussing her new autobiography, revisiting her ‘90s in Lush, and revealing her passion for The Passions. Plus the week’s key new releases with Andrew and MOJO’s Jenny Bulley. Subscribe now at mojo4music.com/podcast/ Music featured includes: 1. Lush - Light From A Dead Star from their 1994 album, Split (4AD, 1994) 2. Piroshka - Everlastingly Yours from Brickbat (Bella Union, 2018) 3. I'm in Love with A German Film star by The Passions on Top Of The Pops 4. The Passions - Bachelor Girls from Thirty Thousand Feet Over China (Polydor, 1981) 5. The Passions - Alice's Song from Thirty Thousand Feet Over China (Polydor, 1981) 6. Kiwi Jr - The Extra Sees The Film from Chopper (Sub Pop, 2022) 7. Rich Ruth - Older But Not Less Confused from I Survived, It’s Over (Third Man, 2022) 8. Nada Surf - Blonde On Blonde by Nada Surf from Let's Go (Heavenly reissue, 2022)
Coming soon! The MOJO Record Club. Calling all crate diggers, MOJO readers, and music lovers! Join your host Andrew Male, as he ventures into the innermost realm of records and music with special guests each episode. So whether you're new to the MOJO family, a longtime fan or just a record lover, you're invited to nestle in and join in the hunt for undiscovered gems, swap old favourites and rediscover weird lost treasures. Get a taster of the first series here...Details of how to subscribe at mojo4music.com/podcast/
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