If you follow our Facebook page, you are probably familiar with the image above, a mobile phone case featuring the Small Faces Ogdens’ album sleeve imagery. A lot of people asked if it was available to buy. It is now.
Month: August 2012
Big thanks to Greg Wish for sending over photos he took during the Brighton Mod Weekender 2012.
Obviously there is an online outlet store these days, but you will not get better bargains anywhere outside of the John Smedley Mill Sale.
Huge thanks to Gabriela Giacoman for the assistance in putting together a mod-friendly guide to the city of Paris.
I vaguely remember buying an album by the Night Trains on Acid Jazz in the ’90s. I can recall the sleeve, but very little about the actual album if truth be told. Anyway, the band is back on the same label with something that’s likely to divide opinion.
Have you ever wondered who the lead character in Absolute Beginners was based on? Well, according to the excellent introduction of Baron’s Court All Change, it was the very author of this book, Terry Taylor.
I’ve known about this article being in production for some time, as the author gave me a call about it a while back. Now the New York Times’ feature on Quadrophenia has just been published.
Not sure how rare these are, but I suspect the George Doswell-designed Small Faces miniatures are pretty sought-after, not least because the man who made them is no longer with us.