Boots and braces and Levi's Sta-Prest

Fresh, Out of Borstal (RCA 1970)
British oddity credited to inmates from a juvie-delinquent prison, masterminded by producer Simon Napier-Bell, who had a hand in the careers of Marc Bolan and George Michael among others. Best known (and rightly so) for the beats and horns on "Borstal," but the rest of the record has some likeable enough ersatz Stones and Kinks tunes. (Although the actual Jagger-Richards song, "Long, Long While," is more of a slow blues and not one of my favorites.)

Fresh - "Borstal"

Fresh - "Shift the Blame"