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Thanks to you.
I'm hardly ever blue.
Upon the morning dew.
I caress your hard rockin' stew.
It always feels new.
You make me purr and koo.
And if you all had a clue.
Tonight, you'd play Had It With You.

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Photo is Maxy Von Kinky Kink Kinko Kinkily in 1983

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Topic: In the January 2002 issue of MOJO magazine: Return to archive
12-19-01 06:26 PM
Voja George Harrison
MOJO’s tribute to the late Beatle – Ashley Kahn examines Harrison’s quest for spiritual fulfilment, Tom Petty remembers his fellow Wilbury; Tony Bramwell recalls his former schoolmate, later to become his employer at Apple; Robbie McIntosh evaluates his influence as a guitarist; and Paul Du Noyer details the making of Harrison’s most famous song, Something. Plus, Jon Savage’s ten favourite Harrisongs.

The Rolling Stones
The making of their masterwork, Exile On Main Street, featuring exclusive interviews with Jagger, Richards and Mick Taylor and rare pictures of the band at work in their French villa by Dominique Tarle.

The Specials
The incredible tale of the Coventry ska collective who changed the course of music history.

Plus new alt.country god Ryan Adams, MOJO’s albums of the year, Shirley Manson on how The Stone Roses’ first album changed her life, The White Stripes live and this month’s new releases and reissues in The MOJO Filter.

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