Customer ratings for V/A - The Glory Boy Mod Radio Showcase Vol. 2 CD (NEW)

V/A - The Glory Boy Mod Radio Showcase Vol. 2 CD (NEW)
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IT'S BACK!!!!! Just in time for Christmas...... This is a brand new volume carries on from where volume 1 ended.... We plan to make a whole series of these compilation albums that Detour Records is bringing you in with conjunction with The Glory Boy Mod Radio show. The radio show is hosted by the one and only Alan May who keeps all his listeners bang up to date with a real cross section of Mod / powerpop / 60s retro bands while not forgetting the past and mixes some well known names with new bands.

Hopefully Alan has done it again with this new volume and has brought some of these new bands more attention and go onto bigger and better things. The majority of bands would struggle in getting airplay as they are coming from the grass roots up and not some manufactured crap from dreadful TV shows....

Alan May has compiled twenty three bands to feature on this volume, all of which has received many spins on his show throughout the last few months.

Sleeves notes by the Adrian Holder of The Moment.

Once again, All bands / labels have donated their tracks free of charge and a proportion of the profits will be split between two charities that Detour and Alan May have proposed…. Future volumes may have other charities nominated by listeners of the Glory Boy Radio Show…

So here goes, as Alan says Shake it easy….


The Scene

Stop Go

The Way

Its OK

The Credits

Keep It Real

The Rising

Free My Soul Tonight

Gary Bynorth

Would I Lie To You

The Transmitters

Here Comes The Weekend

Cow Ft Paul Weller


The Moment

One Two They Fly

The Capers

Go Against The Sun

Button up

Not Interested


Do I Know You?

The Sound of Pop Art

Freedom and Enterprise

The Bassics

Roll On

The Speed of Sound

Checkpoint Charlie


Crash and Burn

The Vinylos

Do The Shake

Deep 6

She’s Got The Action

Thee Jenerators

Who The Hell Is Frank Wilson?

Sons of Morning

Baby What’s Wrong?

Substation 66 and the Sonic Buzz

I Ain’t Gonna Give You Up


Today Tomorrow


Can You See Me?

The Circles

No Idea

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Number of ratings: 4
Average rating: 4.3
Originally I was less sure about this than Vol 1 but it continues to grow on me. It takes the same concept of mainly current-ish bands with a range of mod-related influences. This time mentions for The Rising, Gary Bynorth (with Big Weller vocal influence), Transmitters full of weekend optimism and The Bassics sounding full of 79 angst and Sons of Morning channelling Yarbirds / John Mayall and 70s pub rock style RnB
from Anonymous on 13/04/2018
Another great showcase of new bands
from Anonymous on 08/04/2017
Alan May and Dizzy have linked up again to deliver another fine compilation of hard-working new bands. It's so important that this style of good music is kept alive and this compilation offers listeners a good chance to hear what is on offer. The only downside is the inclusion of some older tracks which many buyers probably already have - a very minor point. All-in-all a great purchase!
Another excellent compilation
from Anonymous on 28/01/2017
from Anonymous on 27/12/2016
Overall great selection. Marketed to Mods, but should appeal to all fans of old school rock n roll guitar bands.

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