The follow-up to Finders Keepers: Motown Girls 1961 – 67 is on its way from Ace Records, going by the name of Love & Affection: More Motown Girls.
Month: October 2015
There seems to be a clutch of classic album reissued on coloured vinyl tomorrow (9th October), including The Specials debut album, which returns on limited edition white vinyl.
I haven’t yet seen a copy of this, but from what I can see online, The Who: The Official History in hardback by Ben Marshall looks to be an essential for the Christmas list.
Those of you who are fans of the Gabicci Vintage range might want to check out the new selection at Stuarts of London.
With the series ending tonight, it seems like the perfect time to feature these This Is England limited edition art figures by Pete McKee.
Big fan of Lee when it comes to denim. Indeed, the Lee 101s is my current choice of denim. But they also do some other decent items too, including this Lee Rider honey cord corduroy jacket.
Look out for a review of EP Choice 2 – More From The Rare Mod EP Collection soon – or take a chance now if you like.
Some of you might have read the previous book by Sam Knee, which was A Scene In Between, which covered the 1960s-inspired indie scene of the 1980s. The Bag I’m In – Underground Music and Fashion in Britain, 1960 – 1990 looks set to be a more far-reaching look at […]