The Mojo Collection: The Greatest Albums of All Time



10 thoughts on “The Mojo Collection: The Greatest Albums of All Time

  1. says:

    The non Classical long player had a good commercial run, and The MOJO Collection, compiled by writers for the UK published MOJO Magazine, chronologically assemblesthan 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 assemblesthan 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 theobjective entries in the Best Of tradition

  2. says:

    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

  3. says:

    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.

  4. says:

    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.

  5. says:

    If I could give it 6stars I would Brilliant reference collection even if I don t agree with all of them.

  6. says:

    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.

  7. says:

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

  8. says:

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

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