MOJO PRESENTS… Move On Up – A Modernist Compendium (2012)

Move On Up – A Modernist Compendium (November 2012)

The latest free CD from the November, 2012 MOJO Magazine captures the fusion of influences that led to the modern Mod movement and its many offshoots. Includes a rare demo from The Jam, as well as a live version of “The Great Depression” (culled from the Deluxe Edition of The Gift). Not to mention the oft forgotten Bruce Foxton. My scanner’s down, so I’ll post more artwork later. We’ve got the other 126 MOJO‘s in the archives, too.

THE JAM Just Who Is The Five O’Clock Hero (Demo) (2:20)
THE YARDBIRDS You’re A Better Man Than I (3:15)
LEE DORSEY Ride Your Pony (2:48)
LAUREL AITKEN Bad Minded Woman (2:40)
THE BEAT Twist And Crawl (2:33)
PRINCE FATTIE & HOLLIE COOK And The Beat Goes On Dub (3:03)
ANDY LEWIS (Featuring Keni Burke) (Love Is) Alive In My Heart (3:06)
AARON NEVILLE Hercules (4:11)
PAUL WELLER & TERRY CALLIER Brother To Brother (4:12)
THE MOONS Jennifer (Sits Alone) (3:20)
DEXY’S Nowhere Is Home (4:57)
BRUCE FOXTON Number Six (3:14)
WILCO JOHNSON Down By The Waterside (3:15)
THE JAM The Great Depression (Live) (3:17)


  • Willard
    September 23, 2012 - 14:05 | Permalink

    Search HERE

  • Anonymous
    September 23, 2012 - 17:41 | Permalink

    ..this looks like great fun listening – thanks! .. ~junko

  • Bruce
    September 24, 2012 - 07:21 | Permalink

    Thanks as ever the keeping the Mojo workin’

  • boboquisp
    September 24, 2012 - 18:56 | Permalink

    Loov The Jam…thx.

  • Danny F
    September 26, 2012 - 09:08 | Permalink

    Willard, how do you do it? This issue of Mojo only appeared on the shelf in my local newsagents today, three days after this post. Must be something to do with these wormholes

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