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Limited six purple colored vinyl LP box set. Curated by Acid Jazz Records and Modcast founder Eddie Piller, British Mod Sounds of The 1960s Volume 2: The Freakbeat & Psych Years is the follow up to the hugely successful British Mod Sounds of The 1960s. This set is a deep dive into the post-Mod scene in '60s Britain. Featuring a selection of classic and rare tracks, tracing the scene from early '65 to the dawn of a new decade. Volume 2: The Freakbeat & Psych Years tracks the development of the original Mod mainstays (the Small Faces, The Who, The Action, The Kinks), with a generous selection of future superstars (David Bowie, Marc Bolan, Fleetwood Mac, Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin and Steve Howe of Yes are all represented here), alongside a few artists so obscure, so rare, that they never got to release a record in the '60s, but Eddie has tracked down the tapes nonetheless. Stylishly packaged (of course) and including a new sleeve note by Richard Norris, author, musician, producer and DJ, who worked at pioneering psychedelic reissue label Bam Caruso in the '80s, produced Joe Strummer's Mescaleros, but is perhaps best known as one half of Techno duo The Grid and the critically acclaimed group Beyond The Wizard's Sleeve.
Limited six purple colored vinyl LP box set. Curated by Acid Jazz Records and Modcast founder Eddie Piller, British Mod Sounds of The 1960s Volume 2: The Freakbeat & Psych Years is the follow up to the hugely successful British Mod Sounds of The 1960s. This set is a deep dive into the post-Mod scene in '60s Britain. Featuring a selection of classic and rare tracks, tracing the scene from early '65 to the dawn of a new decade. Volume 2: The Freakbeat & Psych Years tracks the development of the original Mod mainstays (the Small Faces, The Who, The Action, The Kinks), with a generous selection of future superstars (David Bowie, Marc Bolan, Fleetwood Mac, Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin and Steve Howe of Yes are all represented here), alongside a few artists so obscure, so rare, that they never got to release a record in the '60s, but Eddie has tracked down the tapes nonetheless. Stylishly packaged (of course) and including a new sleeve note by Richard Norris, author, musician, producer and DJ, who worked at pioneering psychedelic reissue label Bam Caruso in the '80s, produced Joe Strummer's Mescaleros, but is perhaps best known as one half of Techno duo The Grid and the critically acclaimed group Beyond The Wizard's Sleeve.
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Eddie Piller British Mod Sounds 60s V2 / Various
Artist: Eddie Piller British Mod Sounds 60s V2 / Various
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1. The Fairies - Get Yourself Home
2. The Birds - No Good Without You Baby
3. The Poets - Call Again
4. The Sorrows - You've Got What I Want
5. The Eyes - When the Night Falls
6. The New Breed - Unto Us
7. The Riot Squad - I Take It We're Through
8. Jan Panter - Scratch My Back
9. Wimple Winch - Save My Soul
10. Loose Ends - Taxman
11. The Ivy League - My World Fell Down
12. Yardbirds - Happening Ten Years Time Ago
13. Fleur de Lys - Mud in Your Eye
14. The Truth - Hey Gyp (Dig the Slowness)
15. Scots of St James - Tic Toc
16. The Flies - I'm Not Your Steppin' Stone
17. The Move - Disturbance
18. The Craig - I Must Be Mad
19. The Drag Set - Day and Night
20. Apostolic Intervention - Tell Me (Have You Ever Seen Her)
21. David Bowie - the Gospel According to Tony Day
22. Tomorrow - My White Bicycle
23. John's Children - Midsummer Night's Scene
24. Caleb - Baby Your Phrasing Is Bad
25. The Attack - Created By Clive
26. The Gods - Come on Down to My Boat Baby
27. Alex Harvey - the Sunday Song
28. Keith West's Tomorrow - Excerpt from a Teenage Opera
29. Our Plastic Dream - Encapsulated Marigold
30. The Action - in My Dream
31. Dantalian's Chariot - Madman Running Through the Fields
32. Kaleidoscope - Flight from Ashiya
33. Sands - Listen to the Sky
34. The 23rd Turnoff - Michael Angelo
35. The Fairytale - Listen to Mary Cry
36. Felius Andromeda - Meditations
37. Ice - Anniversary of Love
38. Rupert's People - Dream in My Mind
39. The Accent - Red Sky at Night
40. The Creation - Life Is Just Beginning
41. The Who - I Can See for Miles
42. Fleetwood Mac - Rambling Pony
43. The Cymbaline - Matrimonial Fears
44. Tintern Abbey - Vacuum Cleaner
45. Traffic - Coloured Rain
46. Andy Ellison - It's Been a Long Time
47. The Micky Finn - Garden of My Mind
48. Warm Sounds - Nite Is a Comin'
49. Mark Wirtz - (He's Our Dear Old) Weatherman
50. Mike Stuart Span - Children of Tomorrow
51. Nirvana - Rainbow Chaser
52. Spencer Davis Group - Moonshine
53. The End - Shades of Orange
54. The Fire - Father's Name Is Dad
55. Turquoise - Tales of Flossie Fillett
56. Billy Nicholls - London Social Degree
57. Aquarian Age - 10,000 Words in a Cardboard Box
58. The Montanas - a Step in the Right Direction
59. Status Quo - Pictures of Matchstick Men
60. The Idle Race - the Morning Sunshine
61. July - Dandelion Seeds
62. Family - See Through Windows
63. Icarus - the Devil Rides Out
64. Plastic Penny - Your Way to Tell Me Go
65. Paul West ; Compass - Hey You
66. The Elastic Band - 8 1/2 Hours of Paradise
67. Vamp - Floatin'
68. Sam Gopal - Escalator
69. Sound Barrier - Groovin' Slow
70. The Apple - Buffalo Billycan
71. Timebox - Gone Is the Sad Man
72. The Troggs - Evil Woman
73. The Californians - the Cooks of Cake and Kindness
74. Ossie Layne Show - Rock My Plimsoul
75. The Koobas - Barricades
76. Locomotive - Mr Armageddon
77. Graham Bond - Love Is the Law
78. The Misunderstood - Children of the Sun
79. Small Faces - Me, You and Us Too
80. Terry Reid - Superlungs My Supergirl
81. The Fruit Machine - I'm Alone Today
82. Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger ; the Trinity - Let the Sunshine in
83. Jason Crest - Black Mass
84. The Open Mind - Magic Potion
85. Quiet Melon - Diamond Joe
86. Humble Pie - Wrist Job
87. Mighty Baby - Same Way from the Sun
88. Colosseum - Elegy
89. The Kinks - This Time Tomorrow
90. Satisfaction - My Fixation (Edit)
91. Nucleus - Song for the Bearded Lady

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Limited six purple colored vinyl LP box set. Curated by Acid Jazz Records and Modcast founder Eddie Piller, British Mod Sounds of The 1960s Volume 2: The Freakbeat & Psych Years is the follow up to the hugely successful British Mod Sounds of The 1960s. This set is a deep dive into the post-Mod scene in '60s Britain. Featuring a selection of classic and rare tracks, tracing the scene from early '65 to the dawn of a new decade. Volume 2: The Freakbeat & Psych Years tracks the development of the original Mod mainstays (the Small Faces, The Who, The Action, The Kinks), with a generous selection of future superstars (David Bowie, Marc Bolan, Fleetwood Mac, Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin and Steve Howe of Yes are all represented here), alongside a few artists so obscure, so rare, that they never got to release a record in the '60s, but Eddie has tracked down the tapes nonetheless. Stylishly packaged (of course) and including a new sleeve note by Richard Norris, author, musician, producer and DJ, who worked at pioneering psychedelic reissue label Bam Caruso in the '80s, produced Joe Strummer's Mescaleros, but is perhaps best known as one half of Techno duo The Grid and the critically acclaimed group Beyond The Wizard's Sleeve.
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