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Here we go again with Modcast #435, short and sweet and packed with great music as always. As always find a complete track list over on the modcast homepage at mistersuave.com And keep up with me between modcasts: Twitter - @mistersuave Facebook - facebook.com/modmodworld Subscribe - iTunes Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World. Mod friendly music mixes since 2006.

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Here comes another full show of cool new music, got some power pop, some psychadelic garage sounds and a whole set of the ladies. As always find a complete track list over on the modcast homepage at www.mistersuave.com And keep up with me between modcasts: Twitter - @mistersuave Facebook - facebook.com/modmodworld Subscribe - iTunes Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World. Mod friendly music mixes since 2006.

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No more messing around, just bringing you a great music mix. Some new stuff. Some old stuff. And, it is all fun stuff. As always find a complete track list over on the modcast homepage at http://www.mistersuave.com/2019/07/modcast-433-done-messing-around.html. And keep up with me between modcasts: Twitter - @mistersuave Facebook - facebook.com/modmodworld Subscribe - iTunes Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World. Mod friendly music mixes since 2006.

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Everyone knows that jazz and soul played a big part in the early mod scene, and so of course did the blues. Mostly white British youth became enamored of delta blues belted out by black American musicians in the mid to late '50s. The sounds of Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, Slim Harpo, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddly, Lightning Hopkins, John Lee Hooker, and Sonny Boy Williamson swamped London music clubs. A first wave of older players latched on to the music like Alexis Korner, Zoot Money, George Fame, Cyril Davies and Graham Bond. These early blues adopters took other younger musicians under the collective wings and mentored the future stars of the British invasion in rhythm & blues such as Long John Baldry, Eric Clapton, Mick Jagger, Manfred Mann, Eric Burdon, Rod Stewart and more. It was these stars that the early mods embraced and turned into the icons of their burgeoning teen music scene. This then is the blues in the beginning of the mod era. As always find a complete track list over on the modcast homepage at http://www.mistersuave.com/2019/07/modcast-432-blues-in-beginning.html And keep up with me between modcasts: Twitter - @mistersuave Facebook - facebook.com/modmodworld Subscribe - iTunes Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World. Mod friendly music mixes since 2006.

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In 1980 musical currents were steeped in punk, post-punk, power pop, and new wave. The Specials were riding high off the success of their debut album, and founder Jerry Dammers pushed the band to immediately record a follow-up, More Specials. But rather than continue the DIY punked up ska and reggae they had mastered on their first LP Dammers pushed for doing something entirely different, something new and contrary to the popular sounds of the era. In an interview in mid-1980 Dammers said: "It's time for 2-Tone bands to begin getting experimental. Some of the home-grown ska has started to become a cliche. We've got to start all over again." So he drove The Specials in hard left turn creating an album of easy listening, exotica, lounge music. And young mods like yours truly ate it up. We didn't realize we were cutting our teeth on lounge music and that it was training us up for the coming cocktail revolution of the 1990s. There's no doubt that Jerry Dammers trained mods to like lounge, exotica, tiki and other incredibly strange music that we embraced decades later. So who are the people Jerry really trained? Who are the graduates of Jerry Dammers' Bootcamp? DJ Ken from The Shingles joins me in highlighting a few of Dammers contemporaries and his musical progeny. As always find a complete track list over on the modcast homepage at http://www.mistersuave.com/2019/07/modcast-431-jerry-dammers-bootcamp.html And keep up with me between modcasts: Twitter - @mistersuave Facebook - facebook.com/modmodworld Subscribe - iTunes Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World. Mod friendly music mixes since 2006.

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What do you want? New music! When you want it? Right freakin' now! Modcast #430: All New Hits has it all from the likes of The Heck, Geoff Palmer, Librarians with Hickeys, Amoeba Teen, the Skints, Jonny Magus & The Bursting Bubbles, Pale Lips, Oliver Kennan and lots more. As always find a complete track list over on the modcast homepage at http://www.mistersuave.com/2019/06/modcast-430-all-new-hits.html And keep up with me between modcasts: Twitter - @mistersuave Facebook - facebook.com/modmodworld Subscribe - iTunes Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World. Mod friendly music mixes since 2006.

What is Mod? Mr. Suave's Mod, Mod World is the web's original modcast celebrating mod music & mod-influenced music from past eras including soul, ska, garage, 60s R&B, power pop, punk, britpop, acid jazz, lounge, easy listening & more. Mod friendly music mixes since 2006. #mod #mods #powerpop #soulmusic #ska #garagerock #sixties #modrevival #modcast

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Here it is one of the horniest modcasts ever. That's right this modcast is stacked with horns. All made from brass ... even most of the woodwinds. As always find a complete track list over on the modcast homepage at http://www.mistersuave.com/2019/05/modcast-429-sass-of-brass.html And keep up with me between modcasts: Twitter - @mistersuave Facebook - facebook.com/modmodworld Subscribe - iTunes Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World. Mod friendly music mixes since 2006.

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I've been pressed to impress myself of late. Got me a new suit, some new ties and have been upping the game with a bit more effort to step out with style. But, the music is still the same. So, here we go again with a great set of new music, along with a few older gems to round out the mix. As always find a complete track list over on the modcast homepage at http://www.mistersuave.com/2019/04/modcast-428-pressed-to-impress.html And keep up with me between modcasts: Twitter - @mistersuave Facebook - facebook.com/modmodworld Subscribe - iTunes Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World. Mod friendly music mixes since 2006.

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This week's modcast sort of came together by accident, as some of my best shows do. It didn't start out that way, but eventually as I was working on things the theme presented itself and I thought it would work pretty well. As you listen I'm sure it won't be hard for you to nail down what the theme is. No matter the theme it's a nice mix of funky, soulful, acid jazz goodness. As always find a complete track list over on the modcast homepage at mistersuave.com. And keep up with me between modcasts: Twitter - @mistersuave Facebook - facebook.com/modmodworld Subscribe - iTunes Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World. Mod friendly music mixes since 2006.

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You know when you're at a baseball game and as soon as you hear the crack of the bat you know it's a homerun? That's this show folks. Tons of great new music for you. So, get yourself a hotdog, some peanuts, and a cold one as you enjoy this week's modcast. As always find a complete track list over on the modcast homepage at http://www.mistersuave.com/2019/03/modcast-426-coming-on-strong.html And keep up with me between modcasts: Twitter - @mistersuave Facebook - facebook.com/modmodworld Subscribe - iTunes Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World. Mod friendly music mixes since 2006.

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