Mick Bray

Mick a Mod in the early 1960s.



“I’m going to take you back to 1962, 63, 64 when the mods were just beginning to emerge in Southend… we were the early mods”

modMick is centre, in stripy top and cap.


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    Paul graver said,

    Greetings from Perth western Australia Mick. I was there and the Jacobean from 1960 to 65 then joined the army as did PAul Martin and Tony Pheonix.Denny Knotts secretary/girlfriend/wife lives just a short distance away from me.How do I see your video?
    Paul Graver.

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    Larry (lawrence) Palmer said,

    Mick, just to say, I enjoyed your video very much, very evocative, I’m not sure about the hair at the moment though..!! You and that “bloody” Lambretta..? Best regards,
    Larry Palmer

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    Sam Knee said,

    Hi Mick
    I’m the author of recently published 80s indie music fashion book A Scene In Between. I’m now working on a new fashion book with a broader timespan and would love to include your Shades mod pic in it’s full glory. Let me know what you think if poss.
    All the best
    Sam Knee

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    Chris Martin said,

    Hi Mick,
    I work as a teacher in Essex and a group of students I work with are re-building a Lambretta Li150 and making a documentary about the Southend Mod scene.
    I was wondering if you would be interested in being interviewed for the film they are making.
    If you are, or would like any more information then please get in contact on the email below.
    Many thanks,


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