This is just huge. So you would hope that Fab Gear: The British Beat Explosion 1963-1967 Box Set from Cherry Red is pretty definitive.
You might have the odd single or album, but if you want the lot, you need the Wynder K Frog – Shook, Shimmy and Shake box set.
That’s a long title, but it tells you much of what you need to know. The How Is The Air Up There? 80’s Mod, Soul, Freakbeat Nuggets From Down Under box set is heading your way soon.
Out next month is James Royal – Call My Name: Selected Recordings 1964 – 1970, via the RPM part of Cherry Red.
Cherry Red always does a good box set, so I’ve high hopes for Night Comes Down – 60 mod, R&B and freakbeat London nuggets.
If you haven’t bothered investigating the group post-Winwood, then now is your chance as the Spencer Davis Group Taking Time Out Complete Recordings 1967-1969 box set is heading your way via RPM.
Been looking forward to this box set for a long time and now we have the full details of Another Splash Of Colour – New Psychedelia in Britain 1980 – 1985 box set, released via the Cherry Red label.
Missed this one, but that’s not too much of a problem as The Mickey Finn – Garden Of my Mind (The Complete Recordings 1964 – 1967) has only just hit the shelves via the RPM label.