Mojo Presents David Gilmour & Friends (2015)Format: FLAC (tracks + .cue)
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    Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz / 16 Bit
    Source: CD
    Artist: VA
    Title: Mojo Presents David Gilmour & Friends
    Label, Catalog: Mojo Magazine UK
    Genre: Rock
    Release Date: 2015
    Scans: included (full 800 pdi .jpg)
    Size .zip: ~ 482 mb




    Mojo Presents David Gilmour & Friends (2015)
    01. Don't Dig Here (David Crosby & Graham Nash) [06:09]
    02. Everybody's Been Burned (Ulver) [03:25]
    03. Sacred Days (Phil Manzanera) [03:56]
    04. Here, There And Everywhere (David & Joe Gilmour) [03:12]
    05. When Your Life Is Your Own (David Courtney) [05:09]
    06. The Levels (Ben Watt) [03:43]
    07. Lazarus (Steven Wilson) [03:55]
    08. Forest (Robert Wyatt) [07:53]
    09. Akt Dit (Dungen) [02:58]
    10. Nevada (Richard Barbieri) [05:07]
    11. The Interloper (BJ Cole) [06:09]
    12. Moon Quake 6 (The Orb) [04:20]
    13. Changa Masala (Ozric Tentacles) [06:00]
    14. Old Man Going (The Pretty Things) [05:21]





    Mojo Presents David Gilmour & Friends (2015)40 years ago, Patti Smith turned music upside down with Horses, the no-holds-barred riot of verse and riffs that paved the way for punk. In the latest MOJO magazine, she talks exclusively about her creative journey. Meanwhile, Pink Floyds David Gilmour invites us into his parlour and provides an exclusive Beatles cover for our covermount CD, which also stars Robert Wyatt, Ben Watt and Crosby & Nash. Elsewhere in the issue: Sonic Youth and Husker Du reinvent rock in 1985; Shirley Collins folk odyssey; John Mayall remembers Clapton, Green and the army. Julia Holter, New Order and the Grateful Dead star among 146 reviews. Plus! Ezra Furman, Kurt Vile, Test Dept meet Princess Di, Alice Cooper revives The Hollywood Vampires and Fish fights Marillion!


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