Soul & Mod Blogs & Websites

This page lists blogs and websites who promote and are advertising their service on the Soul and Mod. This applies to those specialising in music genres ranging  across early 60s R&B, Soul, Northern Soul and Mod. Also for blogs or websites that concentrate or include a theme pertaining to 1960s modernists. In addition also to the mod revival, clothing and style of Mods, as well as Lambretta and Vespa scooters. Furthermore blogs or sites that discuss the culture of the 1960s. Ranging from those which specialise in film and 1960s cinema, 1960s books and authors to those concentrating on 1960s vintage clothing. If you would like to advertise your blog or website, please register to add a free listing. Alternatively log in to manage your advert. Please note that all listings require approval before going live on the site. Furthermore you may also wish to use the find listings facility provided, to search within this directory for other services related to Mod subculture or Soul music.

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John Knight – Novelist / Writer/ Blogger on Mods & The Sixties
A portal to a fictional Mod universe where reality meets fiction..

My website and blog is called ‘Zen and The Art of the Sixties Mod novel’ ( one source of information about my novel: ‘Jimmy Mack – Some Kind of Wonderful’. The blog is also also about many aspects of writing a novel about Mods and the Sixties, updating progress on follow up novels as well as looking at Mod as “a way of life” through images and music.

You can also follow me on Facebook: John Knight @ FN Jimmy Mack Two Hearts Books

John Knight Mod Novelist
The Dungeon Club, Nottingham Blog
The Dungeon was an iconic club in Nottingham, one of the first catering for the demands of a young Mod audience looking to hear good music and live bands, dance and generally show off.

The Dungeon was open between 1964 and 1968, playing soul, Motown, jazz, blues, r&b featuring live bands and artists from America and the UK, such as Little Stevie Wonder, Wilson Pickett, Inez & Charlie Foxx, the Who, Small Faces, Steam Packet and many more. This is both a website and blogsite containing listings and information about those who played there, the music played and the people who went – who were they? What clothes did they wear? Where did they buy the clothes? Where are they now? An attempt to define and document everything about those times.