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Steve Brown replied to Falcone Geddes's item Mod/Rocker documentary project
"Hi Falcone, I am one of the younger 2nd Generation Mods, I don't know any Originals. Try hanging round with Brighton Mods and get chatting to find out who was around in the 60s."
6 hours ago
Milton Astley liked Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
11 hours ago
Frames replied to Falcone Geddes's item Mod/Rocker documentary project
"I don't want to do that, but you can use what I've written here if you wish; I'm sure you'll find enough info for your project, both primary and secondary sources; there is quite a lot of published material."
14 hours ago
Peter A. Jones is now a member of The Mod Generation
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John Rice posted an item
strange but true billy no (mod) Mates so I`d really like to make loads of friends here to chat about fashion, shoe, music and scooters...
yesterday
Mod Goddess posted an item
Just recently found out - two days later - that Ray Columbus of Ray Columbus & the Invaders had passed away on the 29th November 2016 in North Auckland. The group was widely known for their hit single, "She's A Mod" in both New Zealand and Australia…
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Vere Osborne posted an item
Saturday 17th December Live band DJ set of the best Mod & Soul tunesAll welcomeFree Entry8 til lateNameThe RailwayAddress100 West End Lane, London, United Kingdom, West Hampstead, London NW6 2LU     West HampsteadTel020 7624 7611
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Mod Goddess replied to Falcone Geddes's item Mod/Rocker documentary project
"I have a few 1960s original [British] Rocker mates, but they've moved over here to Australia, so would be of no use to your project. :-/ In fact, I haven't seen one of them since he and the missus moved to Queensland a few years back... It would be…"
yesterday
Falcone Geddes replied to Falcone Geddes's item Mod/Rocker documentary project
"Thats all very good stuff Frames. Would you be willing to talk about more of those things in an interview? It would only be for a short student project, not for wide distribution"
Wednesday
Falcone Geddes replied to Falcone Geddes's item Mod/Rocker documentary project
"Thank you for the sources you recommended, I will definitely check them out. I wasn't in Brighton in August, and this project begun late October.
It's good to have sources and do your reading but whatever I find in the books, I cant be the one relay…"
Wednesday
Steve Brown replied to Falcone Geddes's item Mod/Rocker documentary project
"This subject constantly comes up, as you live in Brighton why didn't you interview the oldest Mods at Brighton Mod Weekender in August???
I expect most would say there wasn't a lot of thought about it, just young people following the fashion, music…"
Wednesday
Frames replied to Falcone Geddes's item Mod/Rocker documentary project
"Well, most people from that time would say that it was the first time teenagers had money in their pocket because there was no problem getting a job; music and fashion just followed the smell and rustle of pound notes. In between that time of leavin…"
Wednesday
Falcone Geddes replied to Falcone Geddes's item Mod/Rocker documentary project
"Questions about the culture (music, fashion, motors), how it started, whether the media fueled it or killed it, thoughts on mod revival, and just trying to get a vibe of what it was like at the time"
Wednesday
Frames replied to Falcone Geddes's item Mod/Rocker documentary project
"What is it you want interview these old people about ?"
Wednesday
Edward Aisthorpe replied to Mod Goddess's item What I bought today...
"Thank you :)"
Wednesday
Falcone Geddes replied to Falcone Geddes's item Mod/Rocker documentary project
"Thank you for your comment. I don't take personal offence to the failures of the media. In fact, the way the media fanned the flames of the phenomenon is definitely part of the story I'm trying to tell."
Wednesday
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Memorial day for the events of 13th November, countless Tricolours graced balconies and other improvised available spaces, armed police stood in groups on corners outside cafe's; aside from that Paris got on with its main business - enjoying life. La Mechanique Ondulatoire is a regular live music venue (24 days out of the 30 available in November) tucked away in a side street and occupying three floors with the live music space in the cellar, a very cavern-esque setting with exposed stone arch walls, the stage at one end and bar at the other. They also have a generous happy-hour with two cocktails for 10Euro, so the scene was nicely set.

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