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I do not understand this pre-occupation with groups such as the Herd and the Move - they were never considered as Mod bands back in the day and were everything the original Mods despised!! Pandering to the mighty dollar in their 'fashionable'…

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10 Replies · Reply by graham montague 1 hour ago

What I bought today...

Just thought that I'd start this topic as nobody has [bothered?] to start it yet! I was in one of my local charity shops today and bought these women's basket-weave, tassel loafers for only $8.50 AUD! Absolutely brill, to say the least! ;-) Now I…

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5338 Replies · Reply by Kai 16 hours ago

Amazing B sides

Over the past few years I have started to collect some fantastic vinyl 45s again. Some have been bought from car boot sales for next to nothing and others I have paid a few quid for, although to be honest I have not paid more than £12 yet. I already…

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graham montague replied to john leo waters's item Mods???
"TBH, I don't think The Move were even heard on the radio until about 1967-68....something about the fire brigade, I think........."
1 hour ago
Dr Feelbad replied to john leo waters's item Mods???
"Very true , not much different than the small faces really , just pop bands . The equivalent to Wham in the eighties . Give me The Yardies and Downliners Sect any day"
2 hours ago
Rick Thomas replied to john leo waters's item Mods???
"My mate played in a local RnB band for a bit and said the money was bad but there were plenty of birds and loads of laughs. :=)"
2 hours ago
Kai replied to john leo waters's item Mods???
"So, goal achived in a way; if I was in a band I'd also be followed by girls, rather; -))"
2 hours ago
Rick Thomas replied to john leo waters's item Mods???
"All very true , generally they were all followed by girls anyway."
3 hours ago
Rick Thomas replied to john leo waters's item Mods???
"All of them just pop groups and had nothing to do with mods at all , can't recall a mod band of any kind to be honest?"
3 hours ago
Carl Stephen Blackburn replied to john leo waters's item Mods???
"Which idiot said they were mods in the first place ,they were far to late dressed like herberts and played pop songs for the top of the pops generation"
3 hours ago
Kai replied to john leo waters's item Mods???
"PS, the Herd horrible from A-Z; only surpassed by Framptons Humble Pie later on..."
4 hours ago
Kai replied to john leo waters's item Mods???
"Well, I do own an old 6 track EP by the Move, live at the Marquee; it is very wild, raw, wah wah driven and I admit I like it a lot! It's a million miles away from "Flowers in the rain", of course! As far as the look is concerned, they certainly wer…"
4 hours ago
frames replied to john leo waters's item Mods???
"Me neither. The Herd were just a pop group and later one of those bandwagon 'flowerpower' outfits. As for The Move - well, least said the better."
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I do not understand this pre-occupation with groups such as the Herd and the Move - they were never considered as Mod bands back in the day and were everything the original Mods despised!! Pandering to the mighty dollar in their 'fashionable' outfit…
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Kai replied to Mod Goddess's item What I bought today...
";-D"
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Mod Goddess replied to Mod Goddess's item What I bought today...
"You don't have to ask me that! Nice job!"
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Dave Davies replied to Mod Goddess's item What I bought today...
"Crazy how cheap used cd's are now, often the postage costs more than the CD."
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