Whilst doing some late night switching around the dial (well, the modern-day equivalent), I caught the back end of Eyewitness to History – Vicki Wickham’s 60s. I then caught the full thing on catch-up. You should too.
Month: October 2013
Have to say, Cherry Red is ripping it up when it comes to box sets right now, with Love, Poetry and Revolution on its Grapefruit Records offshoot looking like another gem.
This might not look interesting at first glance (unless you are a Bowie fan, obviously), but the David Bowie Pin Ups Radio Show is well worth listening to, especially as it’s pretty short.
I know we featured some new Oxford shirts from the man a short while back, but we’ve just spotted these two new short-sleeve button-down shirts by Mikkel Rude at a retailer too, which are worth flagging up.
Definitely something of the 1960s dandy about this Jaeger Moss Green Peacoat.
The company reissues the shows on DVD and Blu-ray, so Network releasing cult 1960s TV soundtracks on heavyweight vinyl perhaps isn’t a big surprise.
Down for a November release is John’s Children – A Strange Affair (The Sixties Recordings) on the Cherry Red label.
Regular readers might recall that a new mod night is starting in Manchester city centre soon, going by the name of Monkey Jump. Want to know what to expect? Read on – or have a listen if you like.