Lazy Sunday Afternoon
Celebrating the 60s Mod Scene and the Fred Perry Culture
Tagged as: 2 Tone, 60s, 70s, 80s, Motown, New wave, Northern Soul, Punk, Reggae, Ska, Specialist music, Trojan Reggae
Hi Caps n Gals thanks for looking me up!
My name is Ray Steel and I host the Lazy Sunday Afternoon Show every Sunday 12 till 2pm.
I took the name of the from the Small Faces 1967 hit record, as it just about sums up a sense of feeling about the show. The broadcast is a look back at nostalgia celebrating music from the 60s Mod Scene and the Fred Perry Culture and British youth cults of the late 50s 60s 70s 80s. The music featured on the show comes from the following genres Ska, Rock Steady, Trojan Reggae, Tamla Motown, Northern Soul, Punk, New Wave, 70s 80s Mod Revival and 2 Tone. Some of the artist’s regularly featured include music from Prince Buster, The Who, The Clash, The Jam, Madness and the Specials to name only a few.
So climb aboard the roller coaster ride of time and relive those crazy days with me.