Mojo: The Collectors Series: The Rolling Stones - Edition 1

Mojo: The Collectors Series: Rolling Stones - Edition 1

THE ROLLING STONES HOT ROCKS 1962-1969 is the first of two special deluxe bookazines bringing together MOJO’s finest writing on the world’s greatest rock’n’roll band, packaged in a deluxe gatefold sleeve in which you can collect both volumes. 


Back in the 1960s, The Rolling Stones were, as their marketing slogan boasted in the parlance of the time, the kind of boys you wouldn’t want your daughter to marry. They had long hair, urinated on garage forecourts and were fronted by a singer who moved his hips, and lips, in a lascivious manner that spread moral panic throughout staid ’60s Britain. Beginning with the group’s formation in 1962 and ending with the horror of the Altamont festival in California in December 1969, HOT ROCKS 1962-1969 tells the story of Jagger, Richards and co.’s dramatic evolution from blues-loving London teenagers into the most notorious band in the world, with a carnival of drug busts, sexual intrigue and the mysterious death of guitarist Brian Jones along the way…

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