Coffee Bars, the unsung heroes of the 1960s Mod scene. Cappuccino Culture by Andrew Longcake explains why.
No flat caps and no ‘Mr Grimsdale ‘here. But you do get both the swinging sixties and the Pretty Things in What’s Good For The Goose.
It was probably my first introduction to Mod. Although to me, The Jam’s All Mod Cons was just a brilliant album. And it still is.
Singles, albums, rarities and some live stuff, too. It’s all in the upcoming Purple Hearts – Extraordinary Sensations CD box set.
There’s a healthy men’s range, so it’s good to see a women’s 1960s range, too. Kicking off with the Lucy 1960s-style paisley dress by 66 Clothing.
Yes, it is that time of year. It’s time to mention The Jam and Small Faces Christmas cards by Piper Gates Design.
If you are looking to upgrade or replace your vinyl copy, The Who – Quadrophenia Half Speed Master vinyl reissue is coming your way.
Cherry Red always does this kind of thing so well. So high hopes for the Pushin’ Too Hard – American Garage Punk 1964-1967 box set.