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Compiled by the staff and contributors of Mojo magazine, The Mojo Collection tells the stories behind the greatest albums of all time and the artists who made them.


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Compiled by the staff and contributors of Mojo magazine, The Mojo Collection tells the stories behind the greatest albums of all time and the artists who made them.

30 review for The Mojo Collection: The Ultimate Music Companion

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tim Pieraccini

    Five stars for the sheer number of artists/albums I'd never even heard of! Definitely one to pick up if you want to broaden your musical horizons. Five stars for the sheer number of artists/albums I'd never even heard of! Definitely one to pick up if you want to broaden your musical horizons.

  2. 5 out of 5

    S.D.

    The non-Classical long-player had a good commercial run, and The MOJO Collection, compiled by writers for the UK-published MOJO Magazine, chronologically assembles more than 1,700 definitive LP titles from the format’s history. Using brief but informative essays to highlight each album’s artistic, commercial, cultural, and stylistic merits (or sometimes demerits!), the authors trace the popular LP’s rise (1950s), dominance (1960s-70s), decline (1980s), fall (1990s), and retro revival (2000s). Ad The non-Classical long-player had a good commercial run, and The MOJO Collection, compiled by writers for the UK-published MOJO Magazine, chronologically assembles more than 1,700 definitive LP titles from the format’s history. Using brief but informative essays to highlight each album’s artistic, commercial, cultural, and stylistic merits (or sometimes demerits!), the authors trace the popular LP’s rise (1950s), dominance (1960s-70s), decline (1980s), fall (1990s), and retro revival (2000s). Added to many familiar, if not popular, titles are a considered handful of obscurities, and some curious clunkers. Minus points for some inexcusable typos and editorial missteps, but otherwise one of the more “objective” entries in the “Best Of” tradition.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    I'm going to mark this book as "read" as it's been sitting on this list for so long. In reality I'm embarked on a long project of collecting/listening to every album, starting with the jazz. So far everything I've listened to from this book's recommendations has been great, without exception. If you find yourself jaded with the music pushed at you by the music press and media in general give it a try, there's plenty here to make you smile! I'm going to mark this book as "read" as it's been sitting on this list for so long. In reality I'm embarked on a long project of collecting/listening to every album, starting with the jazz. So far everything I've listened to from this book's recommendations has been great, without exception. If you find yourself jaded with the music pushed at you by the music press and media in general give it a try, there's plenty here to make you smile!

  4. 4 out of 5

    David

    This is the kind of reference book that you could read forever, and at the rate I read, it may be forever... It's a very cool anthology of Mojo Magazine's choices for the greatest albums ever since the late 50s. Amazing music. This is the kind of reference book that you could read forever, and at the rate I read, it may be forever... It's a very cool anthology of Mojo Magazine's choices for the greatest albums ever since the late 50s. Amazing music.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Linda Hamby

    For the most part some great music. So much was left out of some decades and some very fine artists were not mentioned in most genres. Definitely a great rock reference guide. with a little jazz an blues thrown in.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Greg Dabelstein

    If I could give it 6stars I would. Brilliant reference collection even if I don't agree with all of them. If I could give it 6stars I would. Brilliant reference collection even if I don't agree with all of them.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ron

    Fans of the magazine already know the quality of the writing in the articles and reviews.. This book is a great resource for discovering music and building music collections.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Johnny

    I am constantly reading this awesome reference book. All the rock and/or roll that you will ever need. Fuck yeah!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Trish

    There are lots of cool facts in this book about musicians.

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    Anna

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    Shalini Sarma

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    Galank Riz

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    Ekta

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    Dontspam

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    Ilka Schalkwyk

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    Massy Swynnerton

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    Scott Hershkowitz

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    Chris Kaegi

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    Gamme Martin

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lorenz Roberts

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sandeep

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    Denzel Scott

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    Brian

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    Anton

  29. 4 out of 5

    فاطمة سالم

  30. 4 out of 5

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