The 23rd Turnoff

Before turning on to 1967's flower power, Liverpool psychedelic pop group The 23rd Turnoff origins are in the Merseybeat group the Kirkbys. They recorded one lone but magical single for Deram: "Michael Angelo"/"Leave Me Here". Featuring the talented songwriter Jimmy Campbell, the group cut several demos, including one with Beatles' producer George Martin, before disbanding.

Bob Stanley of The Times described Jimmy Campbell as, “The era’s lost songwriter” while The Guardian, a British Newspaper, called the compilation album The Dreams of Michaelangelo one of the 1000 albums to hear before you die.

Think Like A Key Music proudly presents the complete recordings from the 23rd Turnoff for the first time on vinyl record.