Complete with a foreword from the man himself, Aim High – Paul Weller in Photographs 1978 – 2015 by Tom Sheehan is heading your way in May, but is available to order from today.
Month: March 2016
There is a rare chance to catch the Swinging London documentary Three Swings on a Pendulum on BBC iPlayer right now.
There are no shortage of Fred Perry polos on the market, with pretty much every colour you could wish for available right now. But there is only one colour for this particular version – the Fred Perry 1953 pique twin tipped polo shirt.
It’s already attracting a lot of bids and when you see this 1965 Lambretta LI 125, you can see why.
We did mention this in our round-up of all RSD16 releases, but at the time detail was scarce. Thankfully we now have the full breakdown of the Mod Classic 45s Box Set for Record Store Day.
If you liked the sound of the Decca Beat Girls compilation from Ace, then you probably want to know more about Scratch My Back! Pye Beat Girls 1963-1968 from the same label.
It isn’t actually out until next year, but Swinging London: The Inside Story of the 60s Capital of Cool by Peter York looks to be a potentially interesting book.
Genuinely got high hopes for Keith Moon: There is No Substitute by Ian Snowball, which is published by Omnibus Press.