Tracks as follows:
1. The Top Six – I’m A Man
A fantastic version of the Spencer Davis Group classic recorded in 1967.
2. The Montanas – Hey Diddle Diddle (Demo)
A demo version of the brilliant MCA 45, a little faster with a less cluttered gtr and fewer vocal ad-libs.
3. Debrah Aire – Don’t Be Proud
Sharon Tandy singing top Northern under an alias in 1966.
4. Tommy Bishop – Sugar Man
A previously unreleased groover from 1966.
5. The Unknown Mod Band – My Generation
Mysterious, and compared to The Who's original, brilliantly bad.
6. Train Train – Tony Colton
A great demo by the writter of a song made famous by Zoot Money and Big Roll Band.
7. Geno Washington – Rock Me Baby
A stonking version of Lil’ Son Jackson’s blues classic recorded in 1968.
8. TJ Assembly – Something
Catchy beat pop from another mysterious acytate.
9. The Troop - You’ll Call My Name
Featuring Brian Connolly from The Sweet on vocals.
10. The March Hare – With My Eyes Closed
Featuring Stu Leathwood, the lead singer with The Koobas, a demo version of a track that was issued in 1968.
11. Phaethon’s Brethren – I Put A Spell On You
This brilliant version of the Screamin’ Jay Hawkins’ classic survived on an Emidisc acetate.
12. The Dynamite Orchestra – Sh’Mon Part 2
Legend has it that Mr Dynamite is none other than the fabulous Mr. James Brown.
13. The Disturbance – Green Tamborine
A great version of the Lemon Piper’s bubblegum classic.
14. Jimmy James & The Vagabonds – Private Number
Top recording of the Stax classic from 1968.
15. The Unknown Mod – She Is Better
More mysterious sixties pop.
16. All Night Workers – Look At Granny Run Run
This lot featured on Rare Mod 4, another nice track.
17. The Army – Sugar
The Army are best known as the group that spawned future Sweet bass player/singer Steve Priest.
18. Easy Virtue – Bye Bye Honey
19. Four Steps Beyond - Keep Your Hands Off My Baby.
More bubblegum pop.
20. Jeff Curtis And The Flames – Route 66.
Rocking version of the Chuck Berry tune.
Another very strong compilation from Acid Jazz Records, for collectors, dancers and the groovy set.