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tracker

[′trak·ər]
(computer science)
An input device used in a virtual environment, which is capable of reporting its location in space and its orientation.
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Birmingham is synonymous with the Mod scene with both the Spencer Davis Group and The Move just two of the bands to hail from the second city in the 1960s.
Steve says: "He was a very credible figure back then during the original mod scene. People would travel from London to his club."
He began DJing in the 60s on the early mod scene and grew into Northern Soul as the scene developed, with residencies at The Twisted Wheel and Wigan Casino.
From sloping shoulders and cropped bracelet sleeves to sleek, collarless trim coats, there are various shapes to encapsulate the mod scene.
We have a lot of members who are on the mod scene, scooter scene, soul scene.
"I got into the original mod scene in the 60s but our members just like the music and the whole scene.
The Small Faces were one or the best bands of the mid '60s R&B-influenced mod scene, from their knockout debut single "What Cha Gonna Do About It" in 1965 to their crash and burn three years later.
With all due respect to Dusty Springfield and Petula Clark, a steady diet of "Downtown," "I 0nly Wanna Be With You" and other song samplings of their relentlessly upbeat style would put anyone off the vital decade when a youth-driven Britannia ruled the musical waves (not to mention the mod scene in film, fashion and groovy sex).
It all started 20 years ago when Frankie was 14 and heavily into the mod scene.
The Mods here are from all walks of life."Hugh met his wife Deborah through the mod scene of the 1980s and he says it was 'love at first sight'.
"They have done a fantastic job growing this event with the help of the very supportive and thriving mod scene.
Kevin said: "I was a scooter boy for years when I was younger and I'm still involved in the Mod scene in the area.