I've noticed that for some reason data logger shields seem to be a little thin on the ground.
Marxy is just musing and not helping.
The shield you allude to only provides a clock and an SD card, both of which you can do without, and does nothing to assist you in the actual collection of data.
I guess if you googled data logging shield you won't actually get much because, if you really need one, you probably want it the way you want it, and make your own. I got this board when I first started. http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Perfect-High-Quality-New-Arduino-Sensor-Shield-Digital-Analog-Module-Servos-V4-/280780638138?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_15&hash=item415fd487ba
I have never used it because I immediately realised that, apart from fitting problems, I could do better making my own. Having said that, you might find it just what you need, probably more than you need, and it would go well with the clock and SD board.