Kevin Pearce’s ode to Mod and pop culture from the 1960s onwards is given a second viewing. It’s every bit as good as I recall.
Factual Mod Books
Claire Mahoney reviews the limited edition Ready Steady Girls book, which is devoted to the women of the mod scene.
Like most people with an interest in the mod scene I have always been fascinated and intrigued by the enigma that is Pete Meaden. From my first introduction to him in the pages of Richard Barnes’ ‘Mods’ to the snippets of information provided since then, I have wanted to know […]
Well it seems Mod books are like buses…you wait for one to come along and then two come at once. Hot on the heels of my own tome about the 1960s Mods comes Tony Beesley’s Sawdust Caesars.
Mark Raison reviews Mod: A Very British Style by Richard Weight, the lengthy and much talked-about study of Mod and its influence in subsequent years.
This is a book by Len Deighton…but London Dossier is not a spy novel.
Six decades of modernism – from mods to casuals.
One of the first – and still the best book on the original 1960s mod scene.