So many to choose from, but I have managed to narrow down 30 of the best budget Mod compilations around. Most costing about a fiver.
Yes, the Tootal scarf is a classic. But if you want something different and perhaps cheaper, check out my five 1960s-style mod scarves.
An upcoming release and I Love To See You Strut – More ’60s Mod, RNB, Brit Soul and Freakbeat Nuggets sounds a winner.
It isn’t the 1960s, time has moved on and so have clothing labels. With that in mind, here are 25 Mod labels for the 21st century.
Fancy treating yourself? The Speakeasy book volume 1 by Mark Baxter is well worth a look and it’s a limited edition too.
Eddie Piller presents British Mod Sounds of the 1960s is a 100-track collection including rare and obscure material on both CD and vinyl.
Ace Records has another interesting compilation incoming. That’s People Get Ready: The Curtis Mayfield Songbook.
It’s nice to have just one on the shelves, but seeing two scooter smocks available to buy is quite something.