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'A lavish labour of love that details the rise, fall, rise and final levelling out of the British movement in words and stunning pictures.' RECORD COLLECTOR 'Strong on illustrations and first hand anecdotes from assorted '60s faces - a good chapter on scooters.' MOJO
Terry Rawling's is a writer and graphic designer who has written biographies on The Small Faces, Brian Jones and Ronnie Wood.
Despite plenty of eye candy, this book takes a serious look at the Mods, from their humble beginnings to the revivals, touching on not only the what, but also the why. Read morePublished 22 months ago by James Doughty
Until reading Terry Rawlings MOD: A VERY BRITISH PHENOMENON I had no idea that mod was such a big youth movement. Read morePublished on June 28, 2008 by Alex H
Hmmmm... I dig this book (a lot), but let's see: American R & B, American Army-issue fish-tail Parkas, Italian scooters, French films and fashion inspired by African-American... Read morePublished on March 24, 2007 by Sundarananda