Mod youth culture - music and fashion - exploded in the UK in the early 1960s and spread through the decade to include the USA. The term 'Mod' came from the fashion side and the clothes worn by beatnik fans of modern jazz, but the music of the movement was rooted in soul and R'n'B, embracing ska and beat-pop. The ten specially selected double AA side 7" singles in this box pull together twenty of the most diverse and exciting tracks of the golden era of Mod. Nearly fifty years later it is inevitably impossible to find mint copies of these great songs on vinyl. Includes The Small Faces, Yardbirds, the Spencer Davis Group, PP Arnold and the best of the era Housed in a hard slipcase, the ten 7" singles are 'dinked' as juke-box singles and the box includes a 'spider' centre for play.
The Small Faces Tin Soldier
The Downliners Sect All Night Worker
Yardbirds Heart Full of Soul
The Pretty Things Midnight to Six Man
Chris Farlowe Treat Her Good
Benny Spellman Fortune Teller
Billy Nicholls London Social Degree
P P Arnold (If You Think You?Re) Groovy
The Birds You?Re on My Mind
Fleur de Lys Circles
Billy Butler the Right Track
Donnie Elbert Little Piece of Leather
Lee Dorsey Ride Your Pony
Major Lance Um Um Um Um
Bob and Earl Harlem Shuffle
Joe Tex Show Me
Spencer Davis Group Mr. Second Class
The Creation Tom Tom
Chris Kenner Land of 1000 Dances
Robert Parker Barefootin?
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.