Mod may have been born in the ballrooms and nightclubs around London but it soon rampaged throughout the country. Young kids soon found a passion for sharp clothes, music and dancing, but for some it was pills, thrills and violence. The original Mod generation tell it exactly how it was, in their very own words. First hand accounts of the times from the people who were actually on the scene. Top faces, scooterboys, DJs, promoters and musicians build up a vivid, exciting snapshot of what it was really like to be with the in-crowd. Packed with rare pictures, ephemera, art and graphics of the era. Featuring interviews with Eddie Floyd, Martha Reeves, Ian McLagan, Chris Farlowe and many more.They aIn January 1964, Iturned 16, I got my provisional licence, had Ap45 saved and went looking for a Vespa GS150. ... In 1966 in Joslyna#39;s Scooter Store window was a 1965 white and blue Vespa SS180 with 12volt electrics special editionanbsp;...
|Title||:||Mods: The New Religion|
|Publisher||:||Omnibus Press - 2014-04-14|