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I thought it would be worthwhile to start a new discussion on books. To narrow it down a bit, I suggest we stick to the more or less mod- related books; I wouldn´t want to bother you with each and every novel I´ve read. Among the ones I´ve read…

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George O'Sullivan replied to Motown's item Mod~The Importance of a Label?
"Think everyone on here would be partial to a label or two as you say Motown clarks ,FP,Levi's ,BS spring to mind from younger days and still wore today. DNA grove ,john smedley two examples of today's labels.would I wear asda jeans no not even to do…"
14 minutes ago
George O'Sullivan replied to Motown's item Objects of desire - Mod or General
"Lotto win would do it.
Enough money to do what you want when you want buy anything you desire without having to save or budget for it. Go to Johnny Bs bar in motown's jag and spend fortune on those go go dancers"
35 minutes ago
graham montague replied to Maggie's item TV programmes and films - what are your favourites?
"Zulu, with Stanley Baker and Michael Cain; there couldn't have been an original mod who didn't see it at the Odeon or Top Rank at least once."
5 hours ago
Johnny B replied to Maggie's item TV programmes and films - what are your favourites?
"The Wire. Nothing Modish about it tho lol.
Set in Baltimore about the drug trafficking, political corruption etc.
If you haven't seen it do yourself a favour and watch it. 2nd to the Sopranos in best tv series ever !!!!
IMO OFC. :P"
8 hours ago
Johnny B replied to Motown's item Objects of desire - Mod or General
"Like Chris Lotto win. Then I'd open my own Mod bar/nightclub :)
Play the music I want, few gogo dancers 60's deco ................ we can but dream."
8 hours ago
Chris Cameron replied to Motown's item Objects of desire - Mod or General
"A lottery win. After that i can buy a GS 160 and a GT 200."
9 hours ago
Chris Cameron replied to Motown's item Mod~The Importance of a Label?
"My first parka was a German army parka. It was actually a cracker of a parka but i soon found out that they were not rated and dumped it for the US version. Pity as i had paid just as much for it as i paid for the more acceptable one."
9 hours ago
Paddy McGonigle replied to Mod Goddess's item This Old Thing - Channel 4
"Yeah Becs, bring back the chat room!"
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Motown posted an item
Share stuff that you not only want but need lol.I'll start things off with something I've always wanted the Beautiful MKII Jaguar
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Motown replied to Motown's item Mod~The Importance of a Label?
"My first parka was by big label C&A, bought by my Grandparents God bless em."
18 hours ago
Kai replied to Motown's item Mod~The Importance of a Label?
"My first tassle loafers at 15 were from Woolworth; so what... they looked great!"
19 hours ago
Johnny B replied to Motown's item Mod~The Importance of a Label?
"Like most revivalists in the 80's I started with Fred Perry and Sta press.
The more I got into it I did seek out "Labels" Was a period I wouldn't even
think of wearing anything that wasn't recognized by the scene.
Nowadays if it looks "Mod"  and sma…"
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Chris Cameron replied to Motown's item Mod~The Importance of a Label?
"I cannot say how the original 1960s Mods viewed the importance of labels but I am fairly sure they would have looked for quality gear that looked the part. They were very lucky in that they were around at a time when all this fantastic looking gear…"
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Hennich left a comment for Hennich
"On our way to Brighton Beach"
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The Snow Runner replied to Kai's item Books
"A book written by a Mod Gen member Ruadhan J McElroy"
yesterday
Kai replied to Motown's item Mod~The Importance of a Label?
"Very interesting insight, Christopher!"
yesterday
Christopher Quayle replied to Motown's item Mod~The Importance of a Label?
"The Ben Sherman story, as a label is very peculiar. I first visited the 'Ben Sherman' showroom at 3rd floor No.9 Carnaby St back in '66. The building was a scruffy 'commons' brickwork structure with an open concrete stairway leading up from the stre…"
yesterday
The Snow Runner replied to Laurent Bof's item What's on your turntable right now?
"Im sure this would not be to everyones taste, but with a long drink and low lights, I love it."
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