Archive for April, 2015

eBay watch: Mods issue of The Sunday Times Colour Magazine 1964

by Modculture 30 April, 2015

eBay watch: Mods issue of The Sunday Times Colour Magazine 1964

It’s one of those much sought after mod items – and someone knows it judging by the price of The Sunday Times Colour Magazine from 2nd August 1964. Continue Reading

Coming soon: The Stormsville Shakers – One And One Is Two (The Complete Recordings 1965 – 1967)

by Modculture 26 April, 2015

Coming soon: The Stormsville Shakers – One And One Is Two (The Complete Recordings 1965 – 1967)

Another interesting release from the Cherry Red stable, specifically The Stormsville Shakers – One And One Is Two (The Complete Recordings 1965 – 1967). Continue Reading

eBay watch: The Who one-off canvas print by Pete McKee – signed by Roger Daltrey

by Modculture 24 April, 2015

The Who one-off canvas print by Pete McKee – signed by Roger Daltrey

You might recall the Pete McKee Teenage Cancer Trust prints we featured a short while back. One of those was for The Who and the 50 produced sold out in minutes. If you missed out, you can always bid for something even more unique – this The Who canvas print by Pete McKee. Continue Reading

Coming soon: Love Affair / Steve Ellis – Time Hasn’t Changed Us The Complete CBS Recordings 1967-1971 box set

by Modculture 24 April, 2015

Coming soon: Love Affair / Steve Ellis – Time Hasn’t Changed Us The Complete CBS Recordings 1967-1971 box set

A glimpse down the new releases from Cherry Red brought up this gem, the Love Affair / Steve Ellis – Time Hasn’t Changed Us The Complete CBS Recordings 1967-1971 box set. Continue Reading

Boom Boom, Boom Boom: American Rhythm & Blues in England 1962-1966 by Brian Smith

by Modculture 24 April, 2015

Boom Boom, Boom Boom: American Rhythm & Blues in England 1962-1966 by Brian Smith

Really looking forward to seeing this, not least because this, not least because Boom Boom, Boom Boom: American Rhythm & Blues in England 1962-1966 by Brian Smith will offer a fan’s eye view of the early-to-mid ‘60s blues scene. Continue Reading

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