This month’s guests are both from the world of fashion: John Flynn, the managing director of Fred Perry and long time blues & soul aficionado is joined by
William Hunt of Savile Row, former West Bromwich Albion striker, organiser of the ‘Trilby Tour’ in the world of golf and a mean norther soul dancer!
Both guests have been most generous in donating a prize each for the competition and have supplied individual questions. William Hunt has offered up a trip to his head Office in Saviile Row to choose a matching shirt and tie with a set of cufflinks, while John Flynn has kindly donated a ‘rare as hen’s teeth’ shirt from the long sold out Bradley Wiggins range at Fred Perry.. check collection here.. http://www.fredperry.com/men/bradley-wiggins/modernist-cycling-shirt.html
Listen closely to the questions for your chance to win!! And listen back to Bradley on the Modcast on Episode 11.
John Flynn’s Top 5 albums1 Sam Cooke – Live at the Harlem Square Club 1963Many gospel singers could have turned to soul ,and thankfully Sam did –an inspiration for everyone2 Roosevelt Sykes – The HoneydripperOriginal barrel house pianoman father of blues piano3 Otis Redding – In Person at the Whisky-A-Go-GoThe man to help you get your girl and get over it when she’s gone4 Charlie Mingus -AH UMChanged Zazz for ever – he and Miles Davis5 Amy Winehose – Back to BlackWe will never know how that beautiful jazz influenced soul and blues voice could have developed.
Episode 26 had another 2 comps.. To win a copy of Richard Weights book “A Very British Style” the following question was posed… What did Ronnie Scott and John Loagie Baird have in common .. and the answer was Frith Street .. winner of this prize was Ronnie Gavelin from Sweden.. Second up was a chance to win Paul “Smiler” Anderson’s mock up of his book.. “Mods The New Religion”.. question. who was the manager of Jimmy James & The Vagabonds .. answer: Peter Meadon.. Winner here was Anthony Warnett.. email us to claim your prize.