Martin Fuggles was the DJ at the Ricky-Tick, Windsor from 1965 to 1967. He was persuaded to come out of retirement after over 40 years and got back behind the turntables to play a set at Club Rude! in Reading on 17 February 2011. He played the same vinyl that he used to play on the golden piano all those years ago.
Having got a taste for it again, he’s been keen to share those sounds with everyone who remembers the mod sounds of the 60s or is just inquisitive about what it was like back then by playing a Ricky-Tick set or two at various events so why not come along? Next date –
Sunday January 29 2023 – Ricky Tick Revisited! at The Hope, Ward Royal Parade, Alma Road, Windsor, SL4 3HR.
Martin will also be at The Hope on Thursday December 8 for the Ricky-Tick @ 60 event organised by Windsor Library.
Martin’s Ricky-Tick Shows on Kennet Radio
On March 31 he made his debut on Kennet Radio with a Ricky-Tick Show between 7.00pm and 8.00pm. A new show will be broadcast every 4th Thursday of the month – his next show is on December 22 – click here to see the various ways you can tune in. The show will be loaded into Mixcloud shortly after it is broadcast where previous shows can be found – please follow the links below.
Ricky-Tick Record Shows on Target Radio
Martin used to have a monthly Ricky-Tick Record Show on Target Radio Online but this station has now closed down. Previous shows are stored on Mixcloud – please follow the links below.
These programmes featured records bought that month in 1963 to 1967 and some of the artistes appearing that month. (More artistes are featured in the 2019 programmes.)
These programmes had different ‘themes’.
December 2020 (Labels posted on Facebook by Martin)
November 2020 (American visitors)
October 2020 (Smoochers and B sides)
September 2020 (Records not played in previous shows)
August 2020 (Some of Martin’s favourites)
July 2020 (Summer of’66)
June 2020 (Northern Soul before it was called Northern Soul)
May 2020 (Outlook regulars’ Top 3s)
April 2020 (Originals of a Geno Washington set)
March 2020 (American originals of British covers)
February 2020 (Ricky-Tick Top 20 from Mods: The New Religion by Paul ‘Smiler’ Anderson)
January 2020 (Different dances)
These programmes featured artistes appearing and records bought that month in 1963 to 1967.
And this is how these shows began