Mod: A Very British Phenomenon


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Catalogue #: OP48053
ISBN: 9780711968134
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If the style appeal of Fifties Teds and Sixties hippies depends heavily upon nostalgia, Mods - always the essence of cool - looked hip from the start.
Terry Rawlings' book perfectly captures the look and soul of Mod. Tracing its roots back to London's Soho of the Forties, he unearths every impulse and expression of the only surviving British youth movement that can be looked back on "without embarassment".



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Absolute Beginnings
Gone To Town
Introduction To Mod
Managing Mods
Millions Like Us,
Scooters
Soho And Bohos
Something's Missing

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Customer Rating Great book! A great resource for my uni project on the Mods.
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Published on: 13/11/2000
Format: History
Length: 212 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Omnibus Press
Author: Terry Rawlings

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