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Billy D replied to Kai's item Cool Pictures
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Rod replied to Chris Cameron's item What was your first vinyl 45 bought as a Mod ?
"I owned a few Slade and Gary Glitter type stuff, maybe inherited from my siblings, but hadn’t bought any singles myself. I told the story on my blog of how I was intrigued by the power pop and rebellious attitude of some punk bands but couldn’t get…"
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Alan Saint replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
"Nothing wrong with footwear from Modshoes Scott, very decent shoes indeed."
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Alan Saint replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
"Cheers Scott, though not apparent in the photo, the rollneck is bright orange lambswool and sadly not "Boro" red, note the bit of matching orange sock showing...Ha-ha."
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Scott mcleod replied to Ken Hampshire's item Best front man ever?
"I think Alex Harvey has to be up there amongst the best "
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Scott mcleod replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
"You work the colours well Alan-very smart  - bit of a Boro thing going on ? No white horizontal under the jacket ?
Loakes look ace -I've went for a pair from Modshoes --should have sold an extra four sheep and Loaked it ."
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Alan Saint replied to Laurent Bof's item What's on your turntable right now?
"I never tire of this album SR."
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Alan Saint replied to Ken Hampshire's item Best front man ever?
"Ian Page talented guy but have to agree with SR, Weller, not so sure, in "front man", are we talking about performer or simply a singer, because if it is singer, Weller,s voice is pretty good, not as good as Marriott,s granted, but very good non-the…"
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The Snow Runner replied to Laurent Bof's item What's on your turntable right now?
"One of the best Albums from tremendous band who never fail to deliver as live act."
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The Snow Runner replied to Ken Hampshire's item Best front man ever?
"Sorry to say I don't think you can compare Weller and page to people such as Mick Jagger, Robert Plant , Freddie Mercury or even Bruce Springsteen . If we are really talking about front men who can work the crowd with a wave of their hand. Just bein…"
11 hours ago
Alan Saint replied to Laurent Bof's item What's on your turntable right now?
"Indeed it is Matt, from a great band, though "live at the Marquee", will always be my favourite."
11 hours ago
Matt Johnson replied to Paul Viola's item Who was better: The Jam or The Style Counciil?
"I definitely prefer The Jam. The Style Council did some good songs, but they're very hit or miss with me. Having said that, I think 'Have You Ever Had It Blue?' is one of the best songs Weller has ever written."
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Matt Johnson replied to Chris Cameron's item What was your first vinyl 45 bought as a Mod ?
"I bought it on Record Store Day 2015 for £2 from the unpriced section in Rose Red Records in Boscombe."
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Matt Johnson replied to THULL's item Top 10 albums every mod should own
"The best singer to ever live, as far as I'm concerned. "
13 hours ago
Matt Johnson replied to Ken Hampshire's item Best front man ever?
"I'd have to say either Paul Weller or Ian Page. Two of my heroes."
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In order to honour MG Ace Face, and to carry the torch for the (hopefully short) time while he's gone (and I'm confident he'll return), let's revive Motown's thread, which is far too good to be forgotten... Here's to you, Mr Motown!

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Best front man ever?

It was recently brought to my attention that the local radio station down here in south devon  conducted a poll for best front man evaaah and the 3rd was Freddie Mercury, ok good performer but personally cant stand queen, overblown poncy nonsense in…

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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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