Friday, 7 August 2020

Sharp Class - new 7", 'Move', available from Heavy Soul! Records Now!!!

 

SHARP CLASS

"Move" / "Ready To Go"

Heavy Soul Records

ROR122

 

The band we came to love known as SubCulture have had a name change, but thankfully not a music al one as the sound that saw them become the Mod Scene's brightest new stars continues to infect our ears with short, sharp bites of teenage angst and energy

A s band SubCulture release four singles on Heavy Soul! and this new "Move" will be the beginning of even more quality sounds form the Notts trio

Limited to 250 copies in full colour sleeve


https://www.heavysoul45s.co.uk/product-page/sharp-class-move-7

Jazz Goes Mod 4-CD Box Set - Soho Scene 66-67

 

Tracklisting:
Disc One – British Jazz 19661. Humphrey Lyttelton – Men From Auntie2. Ian Hamer Sextet – What’s Her Name?3. Mike Carr Trio – Cox’s Pippin4. Tubby Hayes Quartet – Change of Setting5. Gordon Beck Trio – Virgo6. Rendell/Carr Quintet – Tootin’ And Flutin’7. Ronnie Scott – Treat It Lightly8. Stan Tracey Quartet – Pig and Pepper9. Michael Garrick Sextet – Shiva10. The Les Condon Quartet – Freedom Monday11. John Surman Quartet – Blues Da Camera12. Alex Welsh & His Band – Bluesology13. Johnny Scott & Orchestra – Punjab14. Danny Moss – Dear Old Stockholm15. Ronnie Ross – Ugetsu16. Kenny Clare & Ronnie Stephenson – Afro-Charlie17. Neil Ardley New Jazz – Big P18. Rollins, Tracey, Goldberg, Laird, Seamen – Themes From Alfie
Disc Two Jazz USA 19671. Freddie McCoy – Lonely Avenue2. Jimmy Coe – Cold Jam for Breakfast3. Charlie Earland – The Dozens4. Pucho & The Latin Soul Brothers – What A Piece5. Jimmy Tillman Quartet – Vampire6. Les McCann Ltd – Bat Man7. Gabor Szabo – Mizrab8. Milt Jackson – A Time And A Place9. Merle Saunders – Soul Roach10. Prince Lasha Ensemble – Nuttin’ Out Jones11. Hugh Masekela – Unhlanhla12. Richard “Groove” Holmes – Boo-D-Doo13. The Three Sounds – Mohair Sam14. Birds Of Paradise – Bossa Blue Port15. Freddie Roach – One Track Mind16. Jimmy McGriff – Hallelujah17. Sarah Cantine & Her Trio – Feeling Good18. Eric Kloss – Just For Fun-K19. Ken Jensen Quartet – Captain Jack20. Gene Ludwig – Soul Mountain21. Milt Sealey Trio – Black Diamond22. Kenny Rankin – In The Name Of Love
Disc Three – British Jazz 19671. Harry South Big Band – Limited Freedom2. Carmen McRae w. Johnny Keating – Got To Get You Into My Life3. Mike Carr Quartet – Nico’s Dream4. Tubby Hayes Quartet – Finky Minky5. Joe Harriot Quintet – Strollin’ South6. Tony Coe – Baby Blue7. Stan Tracey Big Band – Murdering The Time8. Johnny Scott Quintet – It’s For You9. Dave Lee Quintet – Time Check10. Dudley Moore Trio – Rupert’s Romp11. Dick Morrissey Quartet – Le Roi12. Georgie Fame Quartet – Serves Me Right To Suffer13. Mike Carr Quartet – Bells Blues14. Ike Isaacs – Sad September15. Eric Delaney & Louie Bellson – Blues March16. Humphrey Lyttelton Big Band – Blue Monk17. Johnny Hawksworth – Listen To Music18. Stan Tracey Quartet – Everywhere Derriere
Disc Four – Jazz USA 19671. Curtis Amy Septet – Mustang2. The Young-Holt Unlimited – Yon Gimmie Thum3. Johnny Lytle Quartet – ‎Gonna Get That Boat4. Fred Ramirez – Comin’ Home Baby5. Jerome Richardson – Sunny6. Les McCann – Bucket O’ Grease7. Jimmy Owens/Kenny Barron – You Had Better Listen8. The Lightmen – Luke9. Chico O’Farrill Orchestra – Hip Hug Her10. Byrdie Green – In The Dark11. Cash McCall – You Ain’t Too Cool12. Hank Jacobs – East Side13. Johnny Hammond Smith Septet – Dirty Apple14. The Latin Jazz Quintet – Daria15. Freddie McCoy – Peas ‘n’ Rice16. Lionel Hampton – Greasy Greens17. Harold Johnson Sextet – Sorry Bout That18. Ray Pettis – 2 Step19. Odell Brown & The Organ-Izers – Quiet Village20. The Soul Society – The Sidewinder

Bristol Mod Weekender 2021 Line-up Announced for 30th April to 3rd May

 

Brighton Plan B - NUTs Volks Alldayers

 

Tuesday, 28 July 2020

Detour Records to release Sta-Prest picture disc 7" on Friday 28th August



"THE CLASSIC '79 MOD PICTURE DISC SERIES"
THIS WILL HIT THE STREETS ON
FRIDAY 28th AUGUST 2020
<<< PRE ORDERS BEING TAKEN NOW>>>
Well here it is, the fourth in the series of these very collectible '79 Classic Mod releases.
This time we bring you THREE unreleased tracks from Wickford's finest.
Side one kicks off with their anthem SCHOOL DAYS but this version was recorded in 1978 with the original bass player 'Ray Kingston' and is over 35 seconds longer than the released version on 'Avatar' records. The two tracks on the B-Side kicks off with a punky track called 'I Don't Wanna Go Away From Here ' which was recorded in 1977 while the second track was recorded in 1980.
Once again, ONLY 300 copies are pressed so be quick it you want a copy!
FEATURES
SCHOOL DAYS (1978 DEMO VERSION)
I DON'T WANNA GO AWAY FROM HERE
SCREAMING