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Was it not this Style that Levi copied later(putting in side pockets I mean).
I thought you were older.....
ts funny really,or so I think.Every day they shove "you have got to be slim and fit" etc.,etc.down your throat and (as the comments above show) are failing miserably.Back in the 60s,Women had more knowledge of how to dress themselves.They did not try and squeeze into things that were two sizes too small-otherwise you had the others taking the Gypsy`s Kiss out of them.There were larger Women about,but they dressed accordingly.
There are some very smart older Fellas about.I find some of the Women cannot carry it off-especially if they dress "Skinhead"
I have to say that I find the music thing a bit of a red herring,I know that skinheads liked reggae and soul whilst they were skinheads,but a lot of them seemed to move on to other music later ? and surely there were other skinheads / suedeheads who weren't into music at all ? I think that people on this thread are generally still into music from that era ? and no doubt lots of former Mods and Skinheads still listen to it,but I bet than even more would hear some music from...
I would look silly with it now-at my Age !!!
I would say more Rod Stewart,when he was with the Faces(circa `72).
The original "Pow Wow" in Sheffield was,to me,in a better Club(with a great atmospheret).It was small,seedy and it attracted some of the smartest best new Mods around.Roytonboy,I can recommend the AdLib in Lincoln City.It has everything-a small lCellar Club(2 Rooms),,well dressed People and the music is top notch.It happens 4 times a year(next being October 11th).If you don`t believe me ask Mr.Knightley.Himself and his lovely Wife travelled down from Essex,to go there(as...
Interesting in reading about Mods who became Hippies but then changed back again(Mods - The New Religion).They soon got fed up with the Rock Music and started buying Jamaican Music etc., again.It was the same story when some of the ex Skinheads grew their hair(through the various stages),started liking Glam and other Rock-and then reverted back.I was one of those,though Reggae had moved onto Roots,which I never liked.I was again listening to Soul/Funk etc.
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