The Authorised Biography of The Who’s John Entwistle, The Ox: The Last of the Great Rock Stars is now much cheaper in hardback.
Yes, there is a limited edition you can pledge for. But the standard version of Mod Art by Paul Anderson is also coming your way.
After the success of Sawdust Caesars: Original Mod Voices comes a follow-up. That’s Mojo Talkin’ (Under The Influence Of Mod) by Tony Beesley.
I haven’t yet seen a copy of this, but from what I can see online, The Who: The Official History in hardback by Ben Marshall looks to be an essential for the Christmas list.
Don’t know a huge amount about this book other than what I’ve read online, but Sawdust Caesars – Original Mod Voices by Tony Beesley certainly sounds like a book worth checking out.
I’ve seen this online for some time, but details have been non-existent. So thanks to Jason Brummell for flagging up a proper listing of MOD: The Rise and Reign of British Youth Culture by Richard Weight.
Not the first Quant biography on the market, she wrote Quant By Quant back in the mid-1960s. But the Mary Quant My Autobiography book, which is published by Headline, is likely to be a little less sensationalist and a little more balanced than that original volume.
If you've not picked up a copy of Len Deighton's London Dossier, there are a couple of cheap copies on eBay right now – but both differ significantly.