The David Bowie debut album was released on this day in 1967. Which means it’s the perfect time to look back at it.
Sixties Beat and Pop
If you have a decent postman and a spare fifty quid then just in time for the Bank Holiday (released Monday 26th August) comes this new limited edition box set of 7 inch singles, from Universal Music gong by the name of Circles: The Mod 45s Box 1965-1967.
The Heavy Soul has kicked off a new series of lost or long-forgotten tracks with the release of Who’s Laughing Now by The Shades of Blue.
I’ve been on the edge of my seat about this release since I first got wind of it. Now I have a copy of The Riot Squad with David Bowie Toy Soldier EP from Acid Jazz – and it’s a fascinating thing.
Mark Raison of Monkey Picks fame checks out an advance copy of new material from the Reggie King, the former Action frontman. It goes by the name of Looking For A Dream and is released by Circle Records.
Graham Gouldman on Modculture? Of course – because The Graham Gouldman Thing has been reissued on CD by those lovely folk at Rev-Ola.
No, you did read that correctly, this is a new John’s Children album, going by the name of Black and White and released via Acid Jazz.