Having just noticed that the initiator of the latest "book" thread left the site taking the discussion with him, it's my turn again to revive it; being too important a topic to be dropped, imo.

Having finished "Get Carter" by Ted Lewis over the Holidays, I'll soon start with "Jack Carters Law", a prequel set in late 60s Soho.

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  • I had the enviable opportunity to get a sneak peek at Tony Beesley's upcoming 'Mojo Talkin' - Under The Influence Of Mod', last Friday. Meeting the author/writer and his lovely wife 'Nessa in their home town, for an in depth look and chat about all things mod and beyond was a real, genuine and enjoyable experience. A man who's passion for music, british subculture and writing has culminated in books, that in my mind will be 'the' books to own when it comes to periods in time of the super, sharp and stylish mod generation...

    'Mojo Talkin' - Under The Influence Of Mod', A brilliant read, that knocks the ball right out of the park!


  • Perhaps left field of mod and a bit off the cuff but certainly a creative read, in my view.


    • I'll be looking Gary, thanks
  • A bit of fun here, at a good price.

  • Autobiography of Lesley, the Mod Girl that hit the big time... from 1975

  • Some of the guitars owned by the worlds greatest Rock Bassman

    • Cool! You've probably seen it, but there was a neat documentary where Entwhistle was showing off his collection, and playing some of them. I think parts of it were on youtube.

    • Yes I'm a huge admirer. So probably I've seen most footage of him and his guitars. He was a true star.
    • Loved Ms Blaise as a teenager Kai. In fact, even today I felt a little twinge for her ;0)

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