Neat Change - Birmingham, 1968

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Notes The Neat Change formed in 1966 as a psychedelic skinhead band and had a big hit with “I Lied to Auntie May” written by Pete Frampton and Andy Bown. They were initially managed by Spencer Davis.

The Delroy’s Good Good Band played ska-rock and had a hit with their cover of “Sweet Soul Music” originally by Otis Redding and Arthur Conley. They were featured on the album, Rag Goes Mad at the Mojo.

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