The story of The Herd is largely symbolic of similar aged bands from the period whose wide-eyed passion and hunger may have been exploited by a corporate enterprise but, through that, were ultimately given the opportunity to shine. The Herd's various sessions for the BBC as a 'pop' band reveal a charisma and taste that their commercial output failed to capture and thus, we can enjoy the other side of one of British music's best-dressed and undeniably underrated groups from the 1960s.
London Calling proudly presents The Herd live in session from London, 1967-1969. Professionally re-mastered original broadcast recordings with background liners and period photos, pressed on 180g Red & Yellow Speckled Vinyl and presented in a hand numbered, fold-over sleeve with insert.
Tracklisting: Side 1: 22/09/67 - 1. I Can Fly / 2. I Like It Like That / 3. From The Underworld. 05/01/68 - 4. Paradise Lost / 5. I Want You / 6. Route 66. 02/02/68 - 7. She Loves Me She Loves Me Not / 8. Mixed Up Minds. 24/05/68 - 9. I Don't Want Our Loving To Die.
Side 2: 24/05/68 - 1. Oo-Poo-Pa-Doo. 14/06/68 - 2. Mine Exclusively/ 3. Our Fairytale. 25/10/68 - 4. Sunshine Cottage. 13/12/68 - 5. The Purple God / 6. Miss Jones. 31/01/69 - 7. Nitty Gritty / 8. The Name Certainly Rings A Bell / 9. You Don't Love Me Anymore. 14/03/69 - 10. Hitch-Hike.