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New issue of Mojo '60s magazine includes Pink Floyd poster Print E-mail
Written by Matt   
Tuesday, 03 November 2015

Mojo '60s issue 4Issue 4 of the UK's Mojo Magazine's special series - Mojo '60s: Celebrating Rock's Decade of Cool - is now available in most good stores across the country. Of particular interest to fans of Pink Floyd is the pull-out, roughly A3 sized thick stock poster; one side features an advert for The Who, The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, The Small Faces and The Mindbenders at the Roundhouse, and other side, Pink Floyd's Games For May concert poster, designed by Barry Zaid.

The 132-page magazine itself doesn't contain any specific Floyd content other than the poster, although fans of early Floyd will be interested in the band's peers at the time, and the publication is full of fascinating articles on these other performers. There's a 28-page Rolling Stone special, focused on Brian Jones, there's some nice unseen Beatles shots, an in-depth look at The Small Faces, at Otis Redding, and much more.

For those interested in those days, a time when music evolved at a rapid pace, there's plenty of interest. Individual copies of the magazine can be purchased online, worldwide, through this direct link.

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