Now Australia's Biggest Toy Store

We won't be beaten by anyone. Guaranteed


Album: Beggin': The Sound of London's Mod Club Scene *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Wish I Could Jerk Like My Uncle Cyril
2)    I Will Always Love You
3)    Soul Sauce
4)    Waiting For The End
5)    Save Your Love
6)    Your Real Good Thing Is Abut To Come To An End
7)    Come On Up
8)    Woman That's Waiting, A
9)    Beggin'
10)    Walking Through The Streets Of My Mind
11)    Don't Make Promises
12)    Girl, Don't Make Me Wait
13)    Leave Me To Cry
14)    Gone Is The Sad Man
15)    Eddie Mchenry
16)    Barnabus Swain
17)    Baked Jam Roll In Your Eye
18)    Poor Little Heartbreaker
19)    Stay There [Unreleased] - (previously unreleased)
20)    Country Dan And City Lil
21)    Love The Girl
22)    Tree House
23)    You've Got The Chance
24)    Black Dog
25)    Yellow Van
26)    Promises
27)    Timebox
Product Details
Performer Notes
  • This 27-track CD is actually quite similar in content to the 1998 collection The Deram Anthology, but with a crucial difference. Unlike that previous release, this includes both sides of their first two singles (both done for the Piccadilly label before they moved to Deram); the only track it's missing from The Deram Anthology is a cover of "Misty." It thus replaces The Deram Anthology as the most comprehensive Timebox compilation, including both sides of all seven of their singles, as well as a good 13 tracks that were unreleased in the '60s (though all of those previously appeared on The Deram Anthology). The four Piccadilly cuts, unsurprisingly, are more oriented toward straight R&B-soul than their later work on Deram, including a blue-eyed soul number ("I'll Always Love You") and three instrumentals (among them a cover of Dizzy Gillespie's "Soul Sauce") with elements of soul, blues, Latin, and ska. The other recordings show them, like many late-'60s British bands with similar roots evolving from soul-R&B roots to more progressive sounds that, if not quite all-out psychedelic, certainly showed the influence of the psychedelic era. For all their reputation among audiences of the time and some collectors, none of this showed them making a leap to the fore as innovators in the way bands like, say, Procol Harum and Traffic with somewhat similar roots did. Their forte was heartfelt, wistful, blue-eyed soul-pop ballads; an attempt at Kinks-like whimsy ("Eddie McHenry") didn't work well, and their moves into harder rock-influenced directions weren't married to very memorable material. That makes Timebox a talented but marginal part of the late-'60s British rock scene, but certainly there's never going to be more thorough documentation of their recordings than this anthology. ~ Richie Unterberger
Look for similar items by category
Home » Music » Pop
People also searched for
This title is unavailable for purchase as none of our regular suppliers have stock available. If you are the publisher, author or distributor for this item, please visit this link.
Back to top