Rare and deleted LP from 2001 which normally goes for big bucks. We found a bunch at a very special price. Great gatefold sleeve with lots of stories and nice pictures. The first official release of recordings made for radio broadcast on the BBC''s Saturday Club (12 tracks spread across four sessions from 1965 and 1966) and Top Gear (three songs from a 1968 session). The first appearance on Saturday Club, which showcases their debut single "Watcha Gonna Do About It", features original keyboards player Jimmy Winston, with replacement Ian McLagan playing on all subsequent dates. As well as plugging their latest singles ("Sha-La-La-La-Lee", "Hey Girl", "All or Nothing"), the diminutive Mods cover R&B songs like "Baby Don''t Do It" and "Shake". Label mate P.P. Arnold can be heard contributing backing vocals to "Every Little Bit Hurts" and a muscular "If I Were a Carpenter", both from the final session which also yields "Lazy Sunday", complete with sound effects. A selection of interviews close Side 2.