The 23rd Turnoff
Before the world was grooving to the beat of 1967's flower power, Liverpool's own psychedelic pop group, The 23rd Turnoff, was making waves with their unique sound. Born from the ashes of the Merseybeat group, The Kirkbys, The 23rd Turnoff recorded one magical single, "Michael Angelo"/"Leave Me Here", for Deram Records. With the talented songwriter, Jimmy Campbell, at the helm, the group cut several demo tracks, including a session with the legendary Beatles' producer, George Martin.
Jimmy Campbell, a true talent of his time, has been hailed by Bob Stanley of The Times as "The era's lost songwriter." Meanwhile, The Guardian newspaper placed The 23rd Turnoff's compilation album, The Dreams of Michaelangelo, on their list of the 1000 albums to hear before you die.
For the first time ever, Think Like A Key Music is proud to present The 23rd Turnoff's complete recordings on vinyl via Michael Angelo: The Complete 1967 Recordings. Don't miss out on this rare chance to experience the magic of Liverpool's lost pop sensations.