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Starting to read "Mods-The New Religion" by Paul "Smiler"Anderson.It is about the "Mod Scene" all over the Country,with the memories being remembered by those who were actually there.Steve Ellis,60s Mod and Lead Singer Of The Love Affair, has written(I quote)"Mods:The New Religion is THE Book about the real Mod Scene.The nearest you can get to a Mod Bible".I am pretty sure that our Book,M-o-M,would follow along the same Lines.There is interest out there. There is another...
No problem M-o-M,dont want to be looked upon. as "jealousy schoolgirls" do we ? Grove I do a 2 hour Radio Show(every week) now-what do you do -besides being a "Keyboard Warrior"?
I am glad you ignored the "celeb" part.I know he was not as famous as Elms but what about Jim Cox,M-o-M? He was there.He has written his Piece in "The Soul Stylists" and he ran a very successful "Reggae Train" for many years(until retiring recently).I nice fella to boot-excuse the pun......
Yes,that is a good photo.Also backs up what I said(many,many pages back) about the Creases going underneath the Ticket Pocket.On the "Off The Peg" ones they stopped just short.The Length was how I remembered them as well.Good Photo.I knew Pete had some good ones.
I can see the likeness
Nice to see old Film of Brixton(around `69),on the Hairy Bikers "Food Tour Of Britain".It showed the Market and the surrounding Streets.The Shop I visited there (FHW)to do Window Dressing,was in Electric Avenue.Next but one door along was a Record Shop that used to blast out Reggae all day long.Walking around the Market you has various Stalls,doing the same thing.It was great during the Lunch Breaks.
Nice one Ed.I would do a pretty reasonable "Radio Show" about London,if I had the financial clout and the numerous "researchers" he has.
Beautiful !!!!
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