If you happen to be in the area, you can take in a Quadrophenia film cinema screening in London next month.
Usually released as vinyl albums, but the Soho Scene 59-60 Jazz Goes Mod box set goes down the CD route.
If you fancy a chat with Phil Daniels and maybe a few things signed, head for the Quadrophenia screening in August.
From the same publisher as the Seven Day fool book comes My Generation by David Dry.
Mark, an old Mod from the Shepherds Bush area of West London, gives an insight into the late 70s London scene and the subsequent rise of the Casual movement to Gavin Henderson.
A ‘60s teen flick featuring Lovejoy, an infamous character from Coronation Street and Klaus Kinski? It has to be The Pleasure Girls.
Leading Italian director, Michelangelo Antonioni, attempted to capture London during the swinging sixties in his first British film, Blow-Up.
David Dry looks back to his youth in 60s London, and on buying his first scooter, a secondhand Vespa GS 150. Things didn’t go quite as expected…