You have heard of Get Carter, but do you know much about, Ted Lewis, the man behind it? If you don’t, you might be interested in Getting Carter by Nick Triplow.
Claire Mahoney reviews Derek D’Souza’s new The Jam and a Vision of The Albion book of photos capturing the band its height.
I’ve been meaning to read Who The Hell Is Frank Wilson by Pete McKenna for some time. In the last week I finally got around to it.
Claire Mahoney reviews the limited edition Ready Steady Girls book, which is devoted to the women of the mod scene.
Paul Hallam has a new book label, going by the name of Old Dog Books. What can you expect? Essentially pulp fiction for the modern era, kicking off with the mod-friendly A Crafty Cigarette – Tales of A Teenage Mod by Matteo Sedazzari.
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.
There’s a very easy way of reviewing In The Crowd: Images of The Jam 1979 – 1982 by Derek D’Souza. But I’ll try and go further than just a single paragraph.