Sunday, July 16, 2023

My Australian & New Zealand Artists Albums Collection

Australian Music

Music Of Australia

The music of Australia has played a major role in the development of our nation.

Australians have a great love of music. From our earliest years as a convict nation through to today.

50 Years Of Australian Rock & Roll: Volume 2 2011

1. Col Joye & The Joy Boys - Bye, Bye Baby Goodbye
2. Lonnie Lee - Defenceless
3. Little Pattie - Stompin’ At Maroubra
4. Ray Brown And The Whispers - Pride
5. Purple Hearts - Of Hopes And Dreams And Tombstones
6. Johnny Young & Kompany - Step Back
7. The Twilights - Young Girl
8. The Groop - Woman You’re Breaking Me
9. Ronnie Burns - Age Of Consent
10. Axiom - My Baby’s Gone
11. Jeff St John & Copperwine - Teach Me How To Fly
12. Chain - Judgement
13. Healing Force - Golden Miles
14. Masters Apprentices - Because I Love You
15. Lobby Loyde & the Coloured Balls - Liberate Rock
16. Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs - Most people I Know Think That I’m Crazy
17. Brian Cadd - Ginger Man
18. Madder Lake - Goodbye Lollipop
19. The Dingoes - Boy On The Run
20. Stevie Wright - Evie - Let Your Hair Hang Down (Part 1)
21. Jon English - Turn the Page
22. John Paul Young - The Love Game
23. Sebastian Hardie - Rosanna
24. Stars - Look After Yourself

1. Cold Chisel - Cheap Wine
2. Little River Band - Help Is On Its Way
3. The Radiators - Comin’ Home
4. Mi-sex - But You Don’t Care
5. The Church - The Unguarded Moment
6. Sunnyboys - Alone With You
7. Mondo Rock - Cool World
8. Divinyls - Boys In Town
9. Sharon O’neill - Maxine
10. Tim Finn - Fraction Too Much Friction
11. Eurogliders - Heaven (Must Be There)
12. The Saints - Just Like Fire Would
13. The Party Boys - He’s Gonna Step On You Again
14. James Reyne - Fall Of Rome
15. The Triffids - Bury Me Deep In Love
16. The Black Sorrows - Chained To The Wheel
17. Ian Moss - Tucker’s Daughter
18. Absent Friends & Wendy Matthews - I Don’t Want To Be With Nobody But You
19. Diesel - Come To Me

1. Baby Animals - One Word
2. Weddings Parties Anything - Father’s Day
3. Crowded House - Distant Sun
4. Mental As Anything - Mr Natural
5. You Am I - Cathy’s Clown
6. Jebediah - Leaving Home
7. The Superjesus - Down Again
8. The Whitlams - Blow Up The Pokies
9. 28 Days - Rip It Up
10. Something For Kate - Monsters
11. Motor Ace - Carry On
12. Grinspoon - Chemical Heart
13. John Butler Trio - Zebra
14. Rogue Traders - Voodoo Child
15. Evermore - Running
16. Youth Group - Forever Young
17. Silverchair - Straight Lines
18. Kisschasy - Do-do’s And Whoa-oh’s
19. Gyroscope - Snakeskin
20. Airbourne - Let’s Ride


100 Greatest Australian Singles Of The '60s


Songs from The 100 Best Australian Albums

The Collection


Australian Pop Of The 60s - 70s - 80s


1989- The Australian Rock And Roll Stars


2004 - Australian Legends
CD01 - CD02


AC/DC are an Australian rock band formed in Sydney in 1973 by Scottish-born brothers Malcolm and Angus Young. Their music has been variously described as hard rock, blues rock, and heavy metal, but the band themselves call it simply "rock and roll".


Born: January 27, 1970, Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Adam Brand is an Australian country singer-songwriter. Brand released his debut album in 1997. He has since released 14 studio albums and has won 12 Country Music Awards of Australia. 



Air Supply


Alison Durbin

Allison Ann Durbin, who now goes by the married name Alison Ann Giles, is a former New Zealand Australian pop singer, known for her success in the late 1960s and 1970s as the "Queen of Pop". Durbin's visual 'trademark' at her height was her lustrous waist-length auburn hair. She is a relative of Canadian-born actress and lyric soprano Deanna Durbin.


Alison MacCallum

Alison MacCallum, also written Alison McCallum, is an Australian rock singer from the late 1960s and 1970s. Her two studio albums are Fresh Water and Excuse Me. In March 1972 she issued her most successful charting single, "Superman", which peaked at No. 12 on Go-Set's National Top 40.  Born: April 7, 1951, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.


Anne and Jimmy Murphy

New Zealand brother and sister duo, Anne and Jimmy Murphy moved to Australia in the mid-1960s and appeared on local variety programs such as Bandstand etc. Anne earlier recorded on New Zealand labels, Zodiac and Viking as a solo act. On arrival in Sydney the Festival label signed them up where they released a number of singles. They then relocated to the USA under the name The Murphys


Australian Crawl

 From their start in 1979 to their demise only five years later, Australian Crawl stood as a bizarre anomaly against the largely punk and political scene Down Under. Essentially sculpted as the Melbourne Beach Boys, the Crawl's songs ranged from odes to Errol Flynn and Resort Girls to rousing singalongs like "Hootchie Gucci Fiorucci Mama," and their mash cover of the Kingsmen's "Louie, Louie." Consisting of James Reyne (lead vocals, piano), Guy McDonough (co-lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Bill McDonough (drums, percussion), Simon Binks (lead/acoustic/slide guitar), Paul Williams (bass), and Brad Robinson (rhythm guitar), the Crawl initially appeared to be little more than hedonistic surfers -- in Reyne's own words, "part of people's lives; a representation of the beach, the open air and good vibes." But their debut album, 1980's The Boys Light Up, also contained recountings of automobile accidents ("Indisposed") and vicious attacks against shallow materialists (the band's first single "Beautiful People"). Their combination of light, breezy tunes with significantly darker subtexts (not altogether unlike Brian Wilson's best material) left The Boys Light Up on the Aussie charts for no less than 104 weeks.




Ayers Rock

Ayers Rock were an Australian rock band which formed in August 1973. Ray Burton (guitar and vocals), Mark Kennedy (drums), and Duncan McGuire (bass), members of Leo de Castro and Friends, left to form the eponymous trio of Burton, McGuire & Kennedy. They added a guitarist, Jimmy Doyle, changed their name to Ayers Rock and invited Col Loughnan (saxophones and flutes) to join. The group signed with independent label Mushroom Records in December 1973. Burton left the following March, and was replaced by Chris Brown (guitar, vocals). With live appearances, coverage in print media and word of mouth the group had a high national profile despite little radio airplay, and journalists praised their musicianship, music, and live energy.

The band's first album, Big Red Rock (November 1974), received positive reviews and peaked at number 32 on the Australian Kent Music Report album chart. It featured mainstream rock and three longer, instrumental tracks which introduced progressive styles, including jazz fusion. Label owner Michael Gudinski promoted Ayers Rock in Los Angeles and they signed with A&M Records, the first Mushroom Records artists to sign with an international label. The United States release of Big Red Rock in February 1975 was followed by a tour there, later that year. The band played to large crowds, supporting major international artists (including Bachman–Turner Overdrive) before 35,000 people – the first Australian band to perform in large US stadiums.




Bakery were a progressive hard rock band formed in early 1970 in Perth by two New Zealand-born musicians, Hank Davis on drums and Eddie McDonald on bass guitar – both were ex-members of Avengers. The line-up was completed by Mal Logan on keyboards (ex-Rebels, a New Zealand band), Peter Walker on guitar (ex-Jelly Roll Bakers) and John Worrall on vocals and flute. Logan soon left and, by October, he was a member of Healing Force and, later, in Chain and Little River Band. By mid-1970, Bakery's Davis, McDonald and Walker were joined by Rex Bullen on keyboards (Bitter Lemons) and Tom Davidson on vocals. Worrall had left for Ssarb and in 1972 was a founding member of Fatty Lumpkin.

Bakery's debut album, Rock Mass for Love, was issued in August 1971 on Astor Records which, according to Australian rock music historian Ian McFarlane, had been recorded live at a Mass "held at St George's Cathedral on 21 March 1971" and was "not indicative of the band's style of progressive hard rock". The group released two singles, "Bloodsucker" (February 1971) and "No Dying in the Dark" (July), before Mark Verschuer (Barrelhouse) replaced Davidson on vocals. "No Dying in the Dark" was a top ten hit on the Perth singles chart. The band's influences were Black Sabbath, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin.
And Peter Walker was a brilliant guitarist, great memories.


Barry Crocker

Barry Crocker, AM (born 4 November 1935, Geelong, Victoria, Australia) is an Australian actor and television personality, singer, and variety entertainer with a crooning vocal style, known for his roles in iconic Australian films Muriel's Wedding (1994) and The Adventures of Barry McKenzie (1972), and for singing the theme tune to the popular Australian soap opera Neighbours. He was awarded the A.M. (Member of the Order of Australia) in the 1987 Queen's Birthday Honours List for his services to the performing arts and to the community.


Barry Stanton

01 - You Are Gone
02 - For Now and Always
03 - Indeed I Do
04 - Don't You Worry Bout That
05 - Back in Your Arms
06 - I Got a Woman
07 - I Don't Want to Be a Teenage Idol
08 - Solitary Confinement
09 - Don't Let Go
10 - Beggin' on My Knees



Bee Gee's

It's not well-known that the Bee Gees wrote many songs between 1963 and 1967 that were covered by Australian artists, but never recorded by the group. Most of those were solo Barry Gibb compositions, but there were a few songs that Maurice Gibb co-wrote with Spin Records chief Nat Kipner as well. Thirty-one of these rare efforts that the Gibbs gifted to others are assembled on this Australian compilation. All are original versions, and none were recorded by the Bee Gees themselves (indeed many were never covered again). That makes this quite a catch for devoted Bee Gees collectors, especially considering that the Bee Gees themselves played support roles on some of these sessions. 



Betty McQuade

Let's Meet
01 Midnight Bus
02 Blue Train
03 Beauty Is Just Skin Deep
04 Tongue Tied
05 You Make Me Mad
06 Bobby Bobby Bobby


Bev Harrell

Petite (4'9") blonde pop vocalist Bev Harrell was one of the most popular female solo singers in Australia in the late 1960s. Bev began her career on radio, starting out when she was just six in the children's radio talent series Kangaroos on Parade in her hometown of Adelaide, South Australia.

She started performing as a pop vocalist as a hobby in 1965 while she was still at school. She appeared as a guest singer at Adelaide suburban dances with local bands such as The Harts and The Vibrants. In 1966 she joined Barrie McAskill as co-lead singer of the reformed The Clefs, which was led by Tweed Harris (who subsequerntly founded Groove) but when The Clefs relocated to Melbourne later in the year Bev decided to stay in Adelaide. Eventually she was spotted by promoter Ron Tremaine who offered to become her manager. Under his guidance she began to attract more bookings and soon turned professional.

In the mid-'60s Bev moved to Australia's pop mecca, Melbourne, with her new manager and boyfriend, Adelaide accountant Daryl Sambell, and she soon became a regular on television pop shows including Bandstand and Kommotion. After signing with EMI Bev recorded eight Singles for their HMV label and five for their Columbia label. Many of Bev's EMI releases were produced by David Mackay, who also produced Johnny Farnham and The Twilights.


Bill and Boyd were a pop music duo from 1959 to 1989 consisting of William "Bill" Cate (born 1940) and William "Boyd" Robertson (born 1941), both on lead vocals and lead guitar, which started recording in 1960. They began their careers in Wellington, New Zealand before relocating to Sydney by 1964. In 1968 they toured United States supporting The Supremes and Herb Alpert. Bill and Boyd's highest charting single, "Santa Never Made It into Darwin", peaked at No. 2 on the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart in early 1975. It was a charity single in support of rebuilding Darwin after its devastation by Cyclone Tracy on the previous Christmas Eve – Christmas Day. At the Country Music Awards of Australia of 1976 "Santa Never Made It into Darwin" won the APRA Song of the Year for the duo and Cate its writer. Their self-titled album from 1975 reached No. 1 on the New Zealand Albums Chart, while "Put Another Log on the Fire" (December 1975) reached No. 5 on the related New Zealand Singles Chart and No. 23 in Australia. The duo continued together until 1989.


Billy Thorpe and The Aztecs

Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs were an Australian pop and rock group dating from the mid-1960s. The origins of the band name began with The Aztecs (4) which were renamed Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs when Billy Thorpe joined as lead singer. The original band members quit in 1965 over a financial dispute and Billy Thorpe reformed the group with a new line-up. The group enjoyed success, but split in 1967. They re-emerged in the early 1970s to become one of the most popular Australian hard-rock bands of the period. The band ended in 1975.

Billy Thorpe - Video's

Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs - Video's


Bob Hudson

Robert Hudson (born 1946) is an Australian singer, radio presenter and archaeologist. His satirical narrative, "The Newcastle Song" (March 1975), topped the Kent Music Report singles chart. He also wrote and recorded, "Girls in Our Town", which was covered by Margret RoadKnight in January 1976.


Bobby and Laurie

Bobby & Laurie were an Australian beat pop duo of the 1960s, with Laurie Allen on vocals, guitar and keyboards and Bobby Bright (born in England, 3 February 1945) on vocals and guitar. Their regular backing band were the Rondells. Their contemporaries were Billy Thorpe & the Aztecs, Ray Brown & the Whispers, the Easybeats and Normie Rowe. The duo's most popular singles were, "I Belong with You" (1964) and "Hitch Hiker" (1966). Their debut album, Bobby and Laurie (1965), was the first for independent label, Go!! Records. The duo disbanded in 1967 to pursue solo careers and briefly reformed from 1969 to 1971. Laurie Allen died in June 2002, after a heart attack.


Bon Scott

Ronald Belford "Bon" Scott (9 July 1946 – 19 February 1980) was an Australian rock vocalist, best known as the lead singer and lyricist of AC/DC from 1974 until his death in 1980. He was born in Kirriemuir, Scotland, and emigrated to Australia with his family in 1952 at the age of six. The family initially settled in Melbourne, but moved to Fremantle, Western Australia., where Bon joined his first band, The Spektors, in 1964, as the drummer and occasional lead vocalist. He performed in several other bands, notably The Valentines (4) and Fraternity, before replacing Dave Evans as the lead singer of AC/DC in 1974.


Boom Crash Opera

Originally a five-piece formed in Melbourne in 1985, Australian rock band Boom Crash Opera, like many before them, got their grounding from the pub rock circuit. Their striking debut blended the muscular rock of "Listen Like Thieves"-period INXS with an almost English melodic richness not dissimilar to Tears for Fears. Power vocalist Dale Ryder was backed by trademark chant style vocals from the other bandmembers, including group co-founders and writing partners guitarist/bassist Richard Pleasance and guitarist Peter Farnan (credited also as executive producers), alongside producer Alex Sadkin, who tragically died shortly after he finished working on the band's 1987 self-titled debut.


Brian Cadd

Born. 29 November 1949, Perth, Australia. As an organist, Cadd came to prominence in bands such as the Groop (1966-69) and Axiom (1969-71), the latter being touted as Australia’s first supergroup. In 1972, after returning from another unsuccessful attempt at the English market, he became a solo artist, following a brief spell as a duo with Don Mudie which resulted in the Australian hit single ‘Show Me The Way’. Cadd gradually built up his following with several piano-based singles and strong albums.


Chad Morgan

Morgan was born in Wondai, Queensland, the eldest of 14 children to Dave and Ivy Morgan. From an early age he was raised by his grandparents, Bill and Eva Hopkins. After his grandfather died in 1945, he and his grandmother moved back to Scrubby Creek to live with his parents and siblings. Morgan left school at age 12 and found work cutting timber.

Morgan was discovered through Australia's Amateur Hour, a radio talent contest, where he sang his original song "The Sheik of Scrubby Creek" and was a finalist. He began recording with Regal Zonophone Records (a subsidiary of EMI) in 1952, while completing his national service obligation in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).


Christie Allen

Christie Allen was an English-born Australian pop singer who had a successful career in Australia. Her top four hits on the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart were "Goosebumps" and "He's My Number One". Allen was voted the Most Popular Female Performer at the TV Week / Countdown Music Awards for 1979 and 1980. At the 1979 awards, "Goosebumps" also won the Best Songwriter award for Terry Britten. Christie died on 12 August 2008 of pancreatic cancer, aged 53.



Col Joye

Colin Frederick Jacobsen AM (born 13 April 1937), better known by his stage name Col Joye, is an Australian pioneer rock singer-songwriter, musician and entrepreneur, (he has also recorded various other cross-over styles such as country music), with a career spanning some sixty years. Joye was the first Australian rock and roll singer to have a number one record Australia-wide and experienced a string of chart successes in the early Australian rock and roll scene, that was emerging from the US and the United Kingdom.


Cold Chisel


Colin Hay

Colin James Hay (born 29 June 1953) is a Scottish-Australian musician, singer, songwriter, and actor. He came to prominence as the lead vocalist and the sole continuous member of the band Men at Work, and later as a solo artist. Hay's music has been used frequently by actor and director Zach Braff in his work, which helped a career rebirth in the mid-2000s.[1] Hay has also been a member of Ringo Starr's Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band.

Colleen Hewitt

Colleen Hewett (born 16 April 1950) is an Australian theatre and TV actress, and a popular singer. Her top 40 singles on the Kent Music Report include "Super Star", "Day by Day" (both 1971), "Carry That Weight" (1972), "Dreaming My Dreams with You" (1980), and "Gigolo" (1981). Her version of "Day by Day" peaked at No. 1 on the Go-Set National Top 40 Singles Chart and was certified as a gold record. At the TV Week King of Pop Awards she was voted Queen of Pop in both 1972 and 1973. During 1985, she played Sheila Brady in the international hit TV series, Prisoner.


Crowded House


Daddy Cool

Daddy Cool is an Australian rock band formed in Melbourne, Victoria in 1970 with the original line-up of Wayne Duncan (bass, vocals), Ross Hannaford (lead guitar, bass, vocals), Ross Wilson (lead vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica) and Gary Young (drums, vocals). Their debut single "Eagle Rock" was released in May 1971 and stayed at number 1 on the Australian singles chart for ten weeks. Their debut July 1971 LP Daddy Who? Daddy Cool also reached number 1 and became the first Australian album to sell more than 100,000 copies. Their name is thought to have come from the 1957 song "Daddy Cool" by US rock group The Rays. Daddy Cool included their version on Daddy Who? Daddy Cool.


Delta Goodrem


Dinah Lee [NZ]


Doug Ashdown

Doug Ashdown - The Age Of Mouse


Daryl Braithwaite

As the lead singer of one Australia's most popular acts of the '70s, teen pop/rock outfit Sherbet, Daryl Braithwaite found concurrent success as a solo artist, taking his first single, a cover of "You're My World," to number one in 1974. Before the end of the decade, he charted seven more times as a soloist. After his band split in 1984, Braithwaite made a successful comeback in 1988 with the album Edge. Embracing a still highly melodic but more slickly produced adult contemporary sound, it took him to the top of Australia's album chart. He continued to find the charts with periodic album releases into the 2010s.



During the '70s, the notoriously decadent Dragon was among the biggest rock bands in New Zealand, gaining even greater success on the Australian circuit. Dragon's history begins with brothers Todd and Marc Hunter, natives of the North Island town of Taumarunui; from childhood on, the siblings performed professionally in their parents' jazz band, with Todd learning guitar and Marc picking up the drums. As the years passed, both Hunter brothers played in a variety of local bands, both together and independently; Dragon emerged in 1973 from the remnants of Staff, a group featuring Todd on bass, in addition to singer/pianist Graeme Collins, guitarist Ray Goodwin, and drummer Neil Reynolds. Personality conflicts quickly emerged, and soon the clean-living Collins was sacked by his hedonistic bandmates in favor of keyboardist Ivan Thompson. That left Dragon without a singer; however, the situation was quickly solved when Marc Hunter signed on as lead vocalist.



After Zoot broke up in  May 1971, Beeb Birtles and Daryl Cotton performed together as an eponymous pop, soft rock duo, Daryl and Beeb, which were renamed as Frieze for their sponsors – a clothing company. In September they issued a cover version of the Mann-Weil track, "Feelings", on Sparmac Records. In March 1972, the Cotton-penned single, "Try Yourself", was issued under the name, Darryl and Beeb Frieze. In May they followed with their debut album, 1972 B. C., on Warner Brothers, using session musicians. By June, Frieze had disbanded and Cotton issued "Why Do Little Kids Have to Die", from 1972 B. C. as his debut solo single.

01 - Frieze - Friend
02 - Frieze - Love Is A Feeling
03 - Frieze - Superman
04 - Frieze - Jimmy & Jessie
05 - Frieze - Why Do Little Kids Have To Die
06 - Frieze - Try Yourself
07 - Frieze - A Song
08 - Frieze - You And I
09 - Frieze - All Because Of You_ggcleaned
10 - Frieze - Jackie Girl

 Glenn Shorrock


Go!! Records the Complete Collection [Various Artists]



Hans Poulsen (born March 7, 1945, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) is an Australian singer-songwriter and instrumentalist who was popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s.


Heart 'N' Soul

1969 - Lazy Life
01 - Lazy Life.mp3
02 - Good Things Come To Those Who Wait.mp3
03 - Who Could Be Loving You.mp3
04 - She’s Got The Time.mp3

Helen Reddy


Hobo. - 1978 - Child Of The Earth
01 - Dizzy Girl.mp3
02 - Song For Mitch.mp3
03 - You Got Women.mp3
04 - Love-Torn Katie.mp3
05 - Drive On.mp3
06 - Ever Running Man.mp3
07 - Try.mp3
08 - Hobo.mp3



Issi Dy. - 1970 - Incense 
01 - Incence.mp3
02 - One Last Kiss.mp3
03 - Love It Is.mp3
04 - A Simple Song.mp3

Jade Hurley

John Anthony Patrick Hurley OAM (born 17 June 1943), who performs as Jade Hurley, is an Australian country music singer-songwriter and pianist. Hurley's hit singles are "How I Lied" (1965), "Down in the Riverina" (1974) and "Another Saturday Night" (1982). He was a regular performer on TV including on The Mike Walsh Show in the 1970s to early 1980s. In June 1998 he was awarded the Order of Australia Medal, "for service to the entertainment industry and to the community, particularly in the area of fund raising for groups including the arthritis foundation of NSW, the Australian Cancer Foundation for medical research and Camp Quality."


Jamie Redfern

Jamie Redfern (born 9 April 1957) is an English-born Australian television presenter and pop singer. Redfern was an original cast member of children's variety show, Young Talent Time from April 1971 to early 1972. According to Australian musicologist, Ian McFarlane, he "possessed a booming, mature voice which belied his tender age.



Jeff St John



Melbourne, Australia country-pop band Jigsaw was formed in 1968 with foundation members who had been in The Tamlas, The Fabulous Blue Jays and The Phantoms.
Jigsaw also worked with Johnny Chester and were heard on many of his hits in the 1970s.
Known for their hit-single cover version of Yellow River.


Jim Keays

James Keays was a Scottish-born Australian musician who fronted the rock band the Masters Apprentices as singer-songwriter, guitarist and harmonica-player from 1965 to 1972 and subsequently had a solo career. He also wrote for a music newspaper, Go-Set, as its Adelaide correspondent in 1970 and its London correspondent in 1973.


Jimmy Little

Born: 01 March 1937 -  Died: 02 April 2012

James Oswald Little was an Australian Aboriginal musician, actor and teacher, who was a member of the Yorta Yorta tribe and was raised on the Cummeragunja Reserve, New South Wales.

Jimmy started his professional career in 1951, as a singer-songwriter and guitarist, which spanned six decades. For many years he was the main Aboriginal star on the Australian music scene. His music was influenced by Nat King Cole, Johnny Mathis and American country music artist Jim Reeves. His gospel song "Royal Telephone" (1963) sold over 75,000 copies, and his most popular album, Messenger, peaked at No. 26 in 1999 on the ARIA Albums Chart.

At the ARIA Music Awards of 1999, Little was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame and won an ARIA Award for Best Adult Contemporary Album. On Australia Day (26 January) 2004, he was made an Officer of the Order of Australia with the citation, "For service to the entertainment industry as a singer, recording artist and songwriter and to the community through reconciliation and as an ambassador for Indigenous culture".


John Farnham

John Peter Farnham AO (born 1 July 1949) is a British-born Australian singer. Farnham was a teen pop idol from 1967 until 1979, billed then as Johnny Farnham, but has since forged a career as an adult contemporary singer. His career has mostly been as a solo artist, although he replaced Glenn Shorrock as lead singer of Little River Band from 1982 to 1985.
In September 1986, his solo single "You're the Voice" peaked at No. 1 on the Australian singles charts.The associated album, Whispering Jack, held the No. 1 position for a total of 25 weeks and is the 2nd-highest-selling album in Australian history. Both the single and the album had top-ten success internationally, including No. 1 in Sweden.


John Paul Young


John Rowles

Sir John Edward Rowles KNZM OBE (born 26 March 1947) is a New Zealand singer. He was most popular in the late 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s, and he is best known in New Zealand for his song from 1970, "Cheryl Moana Marie", which he wrote about his younger sister.
John was born in Whakatane, New Zealand, and is part Māori. His father, Eddie Hohapata Rowles, played for the 1938 Māori All Blacks. His mother was European. He was brought up in Kawerau, in the North Island of New Zealand. Rowles' birth name was simply John Rowles; he added the middle name "Edward" after his brother of that name died at a young age.



John Robert Williamson AM (born 10 November 1945 in Quambatook, Victoria) is an Australian country music singer-songwriter. He has received more than twenty-three Golden Guitar Awards at the Country Music Awards of Australia and has won two ARIA Music Awards for Best Australian Country Record.

In 1970 Williamson's first song, "Old Man Emu", went to No.1 and became gold. Another one of his classics, "Mallee Boy", became triple-platinum and won him an ARIA Award.


Johnny O'Keefe

John Michael O'Keefe, known as Johnny O'Keefe (19 January 1935 – 6 October 1978), was an Australian rock and roll singer whose career began in the 1950s. Some of his hits include "Wild One" (1958), "Shout!" and "She's My Baby". In his twenty-year career, O'Keefe released over fifty singles, 50 EPs and 100 albums.
With just a little assistance from promoter Lee Gordon, Johnny O'Keefe single-handedly willed Australian rock & roll into existence. Canadian-born but settled in Sydney, Lee Gordon was bringing international talent to Australia. He had made and lost several fortunes already and was back on in the black when rock & roll arrived. He followed tours by "Nat King Cole" and Johnnie Ray by bringing a package tour headlined by Bill Haley and the Comets, the opening to their history making world tour.


Johnny Rebb & His Rebels

Johnny Rebb, born Donald James Delbridge, [Born:20 March 1939 – Died: 28 July 2014)
was an Australian singer. Rebb began as a country & western singer and was signed with Leedon Records and was dubbed the "Gentleman of Rock" by disc jockeys of the time.He also replaced Johnny O'Keefe as the MC of Saturday Rock while O'Keefe was in the USA.
In the 1960s, with the onslaught of rock'n'roll, Rebb began singing in the band The Atlantics and became their lead singer.


Johnny Young

Johnny Young (born 12 March 1947, Rotterdam, Netherlands) is a Dutch-born Australian singer, songwriter, record producer, disc jockey, television presenter and producer. His family migrated to Australia in 1953. He had considerable success in the 1960s as a pop singer. He notably penned the song "The Real Thing" released by Russell Morris in 1969. In the 1970s and 1980s, he hosted the Australian television variety show Young Talent Time which launched the careers of many young artists.  A real nice guy and great performer.



Jon English
Born: 26 March 1949 - Died: 9 March 2016

Jonathan James "Jon" English (26 March 1949 – 9 March 2016) was an English-born Australian singer, songwriter, musician and actor. He emigrated from England to Australia with his parents in 1961. He was an early vocalist and rhythm guitarist for Sebastian Hardie but left to take on the role of Judas Iscariot in the Australian version of the stage musical Jesus Christ Superstar from May 1972, which was broadcast on television.[2] English was also a noted solo singer; his Australian top twenty hit singles include "Turn the Page", "Hollywood Seven", "Words are Not Enough", "Six Ribbons" and "Hot Town".

English was acclaimed for his starring role in the 1978 Australian TV series Against the Wind – he won the TV Week Logie Award for 'Best New Talent in Australia'. He also co-wrote and performed the score with Mario Millo (ex-Sebastian Hardie). The series had international release, known as Mot alla vindar (1980) in Swedish, where "Six Ribbons" was released as a single, both single and the soundtrack album peaked at No.1 on the Norwegian charts; the first single, "Six Ribbons" and the album, peaked at No.4 on the Swedish charts.


Judith Durham [R.I.P.]

Judith Durham is best known internationally for the four years she spent in the 1960s as the lead singer for the Seekers, the Australian-spawned folk quartet that, at one point, rivalled the Beatles and the Rolling Stones in chart records. Her own taste in music, before and since her involvement with the Seekers, however, runs more toward old-time jazz and big-band blues---left to her own devices, Durham showed herself more attuned to the work of Bessie Smith or Billie Holiday, or Helen Morgan, than Mary Travers or Joan Baez, and she also knows how to write a good song, and what made the best songs of the 1920s and '30s tick -- in an ideal world, she would've been in (and on the soundtracks of) the TV version of Pennies from Heaven or The Singing Detective. Her solo albums are few and far between, although they have begun appearing on compact disc, and she still records anew in the 1990s.


Judy Stone

Judith Anne Stone AM (born 1 January 1942) grew up in the Sydney suburb of Granville. She has two younger sisters, Joyce and Janice. From a young age she sang country music at home and her parents bought her a guitar, which she learned to play. In her early teens Stone entered and won a local talent contest and was noticed by an attendee, Reg Lindsay. By November 1956 she had joined his touring performance troupe, the Reg Lindsay Show, and stayed for 18 months. In July 1957 a reviewer of Lindsay's show in Cabramatta for The Biz wrote that "Little Judy Stone, of Granville, was very pleasing in her turn."



Kamahl is the name which, for over four decades, has identified the music and unique voice of a man who is one of the most sensational recording stars in Australian history. This is his inspiring and heart-warming story.

When he arrived in Adelaide from Malaysia as a Tamil Hindu schoolboy in 1953, after a tormented childhood under Japanese occupation, he was a black in an alien white country. A lone teenager speaking poor English, totally unfamiliar with Western music and his only skills were those on the sports fields.


Kasey Chambers

Australian country singer, born June 4, 1976 in Mount Gambier, South Australia, Australia. She married singer / songwriter Shane Nicholson in 2005. Her brother is producer Nash Chambers, mother is musician Diane Chambers and father is producer / musician Bill Chambers. Kasey was a member of the Dead Ringer Band with Bill, Diane and Nash Chambers until the group disbanded in 1998.

Kevin Johnson

Australian singer/songwriter, born 1943 in Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia.

Australian singer-songwriter Johnson is best remembered for his sole commercial hit, ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll (I Gave You The Best Years Of My Life)’. Originally recorded in 1973 for Mainstream Records in his native territory, it gradually picked up airplay until in 1975 it was covered by Mac Davis, who took it into the Billboard Top 20 in the US. In consequence Jonathan King leased Johnson’s original version to his own UK Records label and was rewarded with a Top 30 success (number 23). It proved to be the artist’s only success and has not subsequently been anthologised.


Kylie Minogue

Kylie Minogue started her career as an actress on an Australian soap, but her charisma and highly adaptable talents as a pop singer soon landed her on top of the music world. The ride was bumpy, with high highs (chart-topping singles and albums, a brilliant collaboration with Nick Cave) and low lows (cancer, being dropped by record labels), but through it all, Minogue's sunny relatability never flagged. During the '80s, she released effervescent Stock, Aitken & Waterman-produced pop singles like "I Should Be So Lucky" and "The Loco-Motion" and cultivated a cheerful, cheeky persona. Once she broke away from the SAW machine, she was free to explore music styles and seek out a new, more adult image. She dipped her toes into trip-hop with "Confide in Me," slick dance-pop on "Better the Devil You Know," and pop/rock with guitars on "Some Kind of Bliss." She struck gold in 2001 with the huge electro-pop single "Can't Get You Out of My Head"; the album it landed on, Fever, was her most cohesive yet and kicked off a string of sleekly quirky albums that were inspired by synth pop and electronic music. By the 2010s, Kylie had become a major concert draw worldwide and her singles and albums reflected her new status, sounding huge and very poppy while never sacrificing artistic growth or stylistic restlessness. Along the way, she even recorded an album with an orchestra (2012's Abbey Road Sessions) and went pop-country (2018's Golden).


Lana Cantrell 

A 1960s and '70s pop singer fluent in Broadway standards as well as AM pop hits, Lana Cantrell was born in Sydney, Australia. She was exposed to music at an early age, since her father was a jazz musician. Cantrell made her singing debut at the age of ten, and by her teens she had become a well-known TV personality in Australia. At 19 she traveled to the United States to do everything "humanly possible," which meant trying her hand in film and on-stage.

Cantrell moved to the United States in the early '60s, but her career began slowly in America. Finally, her personal vocal style began to shine through. She began performing on the nightclub and television circuit, and made a name for herself in the recording industry with a series of albums for RCA Victor during the late '60s.

Besides being a singer, Cantrell also spent time as an athlete. She was once the table-tennis champion of New South Wales, and her other interests have included yoga.



Linda George
Soulful and versatile singer Linda George, one of the most successful and respected Australian female vocalists of the 1970s, is best known for her 1974 hit "Mama's Little Girl" and after her period of pop success in the 1970s she went on to be an in-demand session singer and teacher. 

Linda was born in the UK and emigrated with her family to Australia as a young teenager in the 1960s settling in Adelaide. By 1969 Linda had joined her first band Nova Express, a jazz-rock ensemble augmented by a horn section, similar to the influential US groups Chicago and Blood Sweat and Tears, with the notable difference of having a female singer up front. Finding it hard to financially sustain a large ensemble Nova Express soon moved to Melbourne, Victoria, then the live music capital of Australia.


Little River Band

When Little River Band formed in 1975, Australia immediately took notice. The key bandmembers were already well known to Australians. Lead singer Glenn Shorrock had made his name in mid-'60s group the Twilights, a Beatles-sounding pop group that scored a national number one record with its version of the Velvelettes' "Needle in a Haystack." When the group broke up in 1969, Shorrock became lead singer of Axiom, whose "A Little Ray of Sunshine" is still an Australian classic rock staple. LRB's Beeb Birtles had been the bass player for a popular Twilights-era pop group called Zoot (Rick Springfield was a later member). When that group broke up, in search of musical credibility, Birtles auditioned as the bass player, but was instantly elevated to a front-line position alongside Graham Goble. Even LRB's manager was well-known. Glenn Wheatley had been the bassist with another of Australia's bands, and possibly its most legendary, the Masters Apprentices. Given all that background, when Shorrock and Birtles revealed they were forming a group with Goble, managed by Wheatley, it was major event in Australian music.


Liv Maessen

Liv Maessen is an Australian pop singer who had hits in the early 1970s with "The Love Moth", "Knock, Knock Who's There?" and "Snowbird". In 1969, Maessen had finished second in the New Faces talent show. Her prize included a recording contract with Ron Tudor's Fable Records which released her albums, Live for Life and Best of Liv Maessen.


Matt Flinders

Matt Flinders (born Sylvan Louis Bonett c. 1937, Alexandria, Egypt) is a former singer and TV presenter who rose to prominence in the late 1960s in Australia. He had top 5 hit singles with his cover versions of "Picking Up Pebbles" (1969) and "Butterfly" (1971). He hosted his own variety shows, The Matt Flinders Show (1972) and Matt Flinders and Friends (1973) on ABC-TV.


Max Merritt And The Meteors


Mental As Anything


Men At Work


Merv Benton




A short but sensational time in the spotlight ... a dynamic, gymnastic stage routine ... a spearhead act for the legendary Go!! label ... some incendiary singles ... such are the hallmarks by which we fondly remember the great beat trio that was MPD Ltd.

Formed in 1965, MPD Ltd arrived at their handle by combining the first name initials of core members Mike Brady, Pete Watson and Danny Finley. The "Ltd" appendage is also appropriate, since this band enjoyed only a short spell, albeit a very exciting and successful one while it lasted.

The band's meteoric rise to popularity is a classic example of serendipitous timing. With really only their friends The Easybeats to be considered as serious rivals, MPD Ltd emerged in a scene which saw The Aztecs embrace a decidedly MOR sound, The Whispers beginning to founder and stagnate, and exciting and innovative new bands like The Twilights and The Masters Apprentices yet to appear on the national musical horizon.

English-born bassist Pete Watson had for some time been a member of the venerable Melbourne instrumental outfit The Phantoms when, by one of those strange quirks of fate, the precocious fifteen year old amateur Mike Brady (also a British immigrant). Mike was playing with a high-school combo called The Hearsemen when he answered an ad for the position of guitarist. The Phantoms were looking for a temporary replacement for guitarist Dave Lincoln, who was on the sick-list, and Mike secured the gig.



Born on the 16th September 1930 at Millthorpe in the central west of NSW, Nev Nicholls spent his childhood on a farm at Tallwood. Tallwood is not a town merely a district of small farms and in the depression years it was a grind for the whole family to eke out an existence. In 1952 he wen to Sydney to put down some custom recordings and was given an audition and then signed with Regal Zonophone. He cut 22 sides for Regal Zonophone, mostly his own material. He then appeared on “Australia’s Amateur Hour” and “Tim McNamara’s Talent Quest. In 1957 Nev did his first country tour with "The Reg Lindsay Show" up the north coast of NSW. On that show were: Reg Lindsay, Heather McKean, Rick & Thel Carey, Judy Stone and comedian Freddy Merideth also part of that troupe was Chad Morgan. In 1968 Nev got a call to audition for a night club job in Kings Cross and that led to a ten year stint at the famous "Texas Tavern". The Texas Tavern wasn't a job. It was an unforgettable event.

Playing for American servicemen on R&R from Vietnam, meeting celebrities who were making appearances at the Chevron Hotel across the street, and being accepted in the local population, as country music had never been accepted before. This is why Nev wrote "I Like Beer". People who made up part of Nev's band, "The Country Playboys" sounds like a who's who of the best performers in the country. In 1970 Nev released his first album 'Cross Country Music' on the Du Monde label. This was the vanguard of more than twenty albums in the years to follow.

In 1975 Nev won the Golden Guitar for Instrument Track of the Year with “Nashville Express” as Nev Nichol’s Country Playboys. In 1977 Nev was inducted into the Hands of Fame. From the late 70s through to 1988, The “Nev Nicholls National Roadshow” went to air throughout Australia on more than 90 radio stations- a weekly 2 hour show. He also launched a travelling show under the same name and he toured that show all around Australia starring at various times, Gary Brown, Phil Emmanuel, Lisa White, Debbie Lee Rae (now known as Kaye Payne) and Cowboy Bob Purtell.

As a further string to his bow Nev launched his own record label "Nicholls'N’Dimes" and in 1992 he was inducted into the "Australasian Country Music Roll Of Renown" at Tamworth. Nev had always been a prolific writer and besides recording vast numbers of his own songs he had also had . many covered by other artists among these are: Reg Lindsay, Chad Morgan, Frankie Davidson, Johnny Garfield, Terry Gordon, The Wayfarers, Truckin Stevens and by no means least his long time friend Lucky Grills. Lucky and Nev shared an album in 1998, a truckies album of course, titled "Ya Wanna Screw Driver". In 2002 Nev officially retired from country music entertaining. He was then inducted into the Broadcasters Hall of Fame at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Tamworth.


New World. - 1971 - New World
01 - Summer In My Eye.mp3
02 - The Honeywind Blows.mp3
03 - Something's Wrong.mp3
04 - Rain.mp3
05 - Cowboy Convention.mp3
06 - Tom-Tom Turnaround.mp3
07 - The Puppy Song.mp3
08 - I'll Catch The Sun.mp3
09 - Little Play Soldiers.mp3
10 - Try To Remember.mp3
11 - Lo And Behold.mp3
12 - Lay Me Down.mp3
13 - Rose Garden (Single A-Side, 1971).mp3
14 - Ain't Nobody Ever Gonna Wonder Why (Single B-Side, 1971).mp3
15 - Kara, Kara (Single A-Side, 1971).mp3
16 - Lord Of The Dance (Single B-Side, 1971).mp3
17 - Living Next Door To Alice (Single A-Side, 1972).mp3
18 - Something To Say (Single B-Side, 1972).mp3
19 - Sister Jane (Single A-Side, 1972).mp3
20 - First Steps (Single B-Side, 1972).mp3
21 - Rooftop Singing (Single A-Side, 1973).mp3


Normie Rowe
Normie Rowe is one of those perennially popular figures on the Australia music scene--given that his career has carried him from covering rock 'n roll standards like "Shakin' All Over" to playing Valjean in the Australian cast of Les Miserables, he might be most easily compared to Tommy Steele or Joe Brown in England, except that his music has crossed several rock genres, even brushing up against psychedelia during the late 1960's.

Ol '55 & Frankie J Holden

Ol '55 & Frankie J Holden
Ol’55 is a retro-fifties band from Sydney, Australia, formed in 1975. Ol’55 enjoyed enormous popularity with a style that bordered on parody. The band took its name from the Tom Waits song (as covered by The Eagles).

Under the direction of manager Glenn A Baker, ‘the Fives’ managed to combine novelty retro kitsch and clever theatrics with a keen sense of pop dynamics and an acute understanding of rock ‘n’ roll. Former chartered accountant Peter Bryan became larger-than-life motor mouth front man Frankie J Holden. Ol’ 55 members included: Frankie J Holden (Vocals), Rockpile Jones (Guitar & vocals), Jimmy Manzie (Bass & vocals), Pat Drummond (Guitar & vocals), Wilbur Wilde (Sax), Geoff Plummer (Drums), Geoff “Spud” Peterkin (Drums), Mike Raffone (Vocals), Bruce Allen (Sax)
Rob Drummond (Bass), Bob Tawney (Guitar), Terry Bellew (Bass).


Olivia Newton-John


Paul Kelly

Paul Maurice Kelly AO is an Australian rock music singer-songwriter, guitarist, and harmonica player. He has performed solo, and has led numerous groups, including the Dots, the Coloured Girls, and the Messengers.


Peter Allen

Born: February 10, 1944 - Died: June 18, 1992


Phil Sawyer. - 1971 - Childhood's End
01 - September Woman.mp3
02 - Nightbirds.mp3
03 - On The Other Side Of Silence.mp3
04 - Childhood's End.mp3
05 - Where Did Everybody Go.mp3
06 - Electric Children.mp3
07 - The Chase.mp3
08 - Stranger In The Street.mp3
09 - Letters To Seraphina.mp3

Ray Brown and The Whispers

When Ray Brown died in August 1996, Australian rock & roll lost one of its unsung achievers.

After bursting onto the pop scene at Sydney’s legendary premier discotheque of the day, Surf City in 1964, Ray Brown and The Whispers became the most successful local recording act of 1965.

The band first entered Festival’s recording studios in Sydney early in 1965. Blessed with two outstanding guitarists, Al Jackson and Laurie Barclay, they were able to exploit the primitive conditions in the studio to the maximum.

What followed was an unprecedented year in Australian rock music history. Their first four singles reached #1 and three hit albums were produced.


Ray Columbus and The Invaders


Ray Hoff & The Off Beats

Ray Hoff & The Off Beats.- 1966 - Let's Go
01 - Chaser - I've Got My Mojo Working.mp3
02 - In The Midnight Hour.mp3
03 - Mercy, Mercy.mp3
04 - Ain't Doin' Too Bad.mp3
05 - Bama Lama Bama Loo.mp3
06 - My Good Friend Mary Jane.mp3
07 - Sinners Prayer.mp3
08 - Sweet Little Rock 'N' Roller.mp3
09 - Lookin' For My Pigs.mp3
10 - Uncle Willee.mp3
11 - Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go.mp3
12 - Tossin' & Turnin'.mp3

Rick Springfield

Rick Springfield

Richard Lewis Springthorpe (born 23 August 1949) is an Australian singer, instrumentalist, songwriter, actor and author, known by his stage name Rick Springfield. He was a member of the pop rock group Zoot from 1969 to 1971, then started his solo career with his début single "Speak to the Sky" reaching the top 10 in Australia in mid-1972, when he moved to the United States. He had a No. 1 hit with "Jessie's Girl" in 1981 in both Australia and the U.S., for which he received the Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance. He followed with four more top 10 U.S. hits, "I've Done Everything for You", "Don't Talk to Strangers", "Affair of the Heart" and "Love Somebody". Springfield's two U.S. top 10 albums are Working Class Dog (1981) and Success Hasn't Spoiled Me Yet (1982).


Rob E.G.


Robert Forster

Born: June 29, 1957 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Robert is an Australian singer-songwriter, guitarist and music critic. In December 1977 he co-founded an indie rock group, The Go-Betweens, with fellow musician Grant McLennan. In 1980, Lindy Morrison joined the group on drums and backing vocals, and by 1981 Forster and Morrison were also lovers. In 1988, Streets of Your Town, co-written by McLennan and Forster, became the band's highest-charting hit in both Australia and the United Kingdom.


Robin Jolley


Ronnie Burns

Ronnie Burns, AM (born 8 September 1946, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) is an Australian rock singer and guitarist. He fronted the Melbourne band The Flies in the early 1960s, followed by a solo career into the 1970s and was a member of Burns, Cotton & Morris in the 1990s. He retired from performing in 2000.


Russell Morris

Russell Morris (born 31 July 1948, Australia) is an Australian singer-songwriter. Russell was Inducted into the Aria Hall of fame in 2008. He is a wonderful musician and a nice bloke also.
Russell Morris is one of Australia's most enduring singers. A major pop star in the late '60s, he went on to become one of the country's first singer/songwriters.



Sherbet (aka Highway or The Sherbs) was one of the most prominent and successful Australian rock bands of the 1970s. The 'classic line-up' of Daryl Braithwaite on vocals, Tony Mitchell on bass guitar, Garth Porter on keyboards, Alan Sandow on drums, and Clive Shakespeare on guitar provided their teen-oriented pop style. In 1976 Shakespeare left and was soon replaced by Harvey James. Sherbet's biggest singles were "Summer Love" (1975) and "Howzat" (1976), both reaching number one in Australia. "Howzat" was also a top 5 hit in the United Kingdom. The band was less successful in the United States, where "Howzat" peaked at No. 61. As The Sherbs they also reached No. 61 in 1981 with "I Have the Skill". The group disbanded in 1984. Subsequent re-unions have occurred since 1998.

According to rock music historian, Ian McFarlane, "alongside Skyhooks, Sherbet was the most successful Australian pop band of the 1970s. With a run of 20 consecutive hit singles to its credit, and 17 albums that yielded ten platinum and 40 gold disc awards, Sherbet was the first domestic act to sell a million dollars' worth of records in Australia". In 1990 Sherbet were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame alongside classical composer and pianist, Percy Grainger. On 15 January 2011 Harvey James died of lung cancer. On 15 February 2012 Clive Shakespeare died of prostate cancer. On 23 January 2019 Denis Loughlin died after a long battle with cancer.



In the mid-'70s, the Skyhooks shook and shaped Australian rock almost as much as the Beatles and Elvis Presley.

The glitter rock period of music did not sit well with Australian music, which is steeped in singers and bands having to be able to cut it in front of an audience. In the '70s, no self-respecting new Australian band would dare stand in front of an audience in make-up, glitter, and stacked heels and hope to be taken seriously. Melbourne's Skyhooks decided to parody that side of music rather than follow it. They dressed in an assortment of costumes, but what they wore had nothing to do with the music they performed, which was pure sex, drugs, and rock & roll, in songs that spoke about the world around them as it a was, right down to the names of the streets and suburbs the band and their audience came from. The songs, written by bassist Greg Macainsh, spoke louder than the costumes. Instead of being the intended parody the costumes only helped to separate Skyhooks from everything else happening in world and Australian rock.


Slim Dusty

Slim Dusty, AO MBE (born David Gordon Kirkpatrick; 13 June 1927 – 19 September 2003) was an Australian country music singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer. He was an Australian cultural icon and one of the country's most awarded stars, with a career spanning nearly seven decades and producing numerous recordings. He was known to record songs in the legacy of Australia, particularly of bush life and renowned Australian bush poets Henry Lawson and Banjo Paterson that represented the lifestyle. The music genre was coined the "bush ballad", a style first made popular by Buddy Williams, the first artist to perform the genre in Australia, and also for his many trucking songs.

Slim Dusty "released more than a hundred albums, selling more than seven million records and earning over 70 gold and platinum album certifications". He was the first Australian to have a No. 1 international hit song, with a version of Gordon Parsons' "A Pub with No Beer".[1] He received an unequalled 45 Golden Guitar and an Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) award. He was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame and Australian Roll of Renown. At the time of his death, at the age of 76, Dusty had been working on his 106th album for EMI Records. In 2007, his domestic record sales in Australia surpassed seven million. During his lifetime, Dusty was considered an Australian National Treasure. He performed "Waltzing Matilda", a very famous song in Australia, at the closing ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.


Slim Newton

01 - Redback on the Toilet Seat
02 - It Shouldn' Happen to a Dog
03 - Don't Point the Finger at Me
04 - (There Are) False Teeth in the Toilet
05 - Hound Dog
06 - You're Just Pint Sized
07 - Mary's Outhouse
08 - Muckin' Around Truckin' Around
09 - The Waterbed Song
10 - Redback's Defeat
11 - Turn Me into Pet Food When I Die
12 - Bulls Ma Knew'er
13 - The Mouse Song
14 - Fate of the Redback
15 - The Sap from Our Little Family Tree
16 - Grandpa's Gone Forever
17 - Who Was the Girl I Kissed Last Night
18 - Son of Redback
19 - I'm a Friendly Redback
20 - The Redback's Point of View


Steve & The Board

Steve & The Board - The Complete (1966-67)
01 - The Giggle Eyed Goo.mp3
02 - I'm To Blame.mp3
03 - Rosalyn.mp3
04 - I've Just Realised.mp3
05 - Margot.mp3
06 - Rosemarie.mp3
07 - I Want.mp3
08 - I Call My Woman Hinges (Cause She's Something To Adore).mp3
09 - Little Miss Rhythm & Blues.mp3
10 - Farmer John.mp3
11 - Love's Made A Fool Of You.mp3
12 - Lonely Winter.mp3
13 - So Why Pretend.mp3
14 - Now I'm Older.mp3
15 - Good For Nothing Sue.mp3
16 - Sally Was A Good Old Girl.mp3

Stevie Wright

Stevie Wright may well be regarded as the forgotten man of Australian rock & roll thanks to a career that was curtailed and shortened by a long-running battle with drugs. Wright joined the Easybeats in 1964 and had several Australian hits, including the worldwide smash "Friday on My Mind," before the band broke up in 1969. He then formed the band Rachette and produced Bootleg's debut single, "Whole World Should Slow Down." He performed with Rachette at the Odyssey Music Festival in 1971 before briefly joining Likefun in Perth. He returned to Sydney to perform in the Australian production of Jesus Christ Superstar and stayed with the production from 1971-1973. During 1972 he also performed with Black Tank and appeared on the Jesus Christ Superstar soundtrack, released in 1973.

Black Eyed Bruiser
01 - Black Eyed Bruiser
02 - The Loser
03 - You
04 - My Kind of Music
05 - Guitar Band
06 - The People and the Power
07 - Help Help
08 - Twenty Dollar Bill
09 - I've Got the Power

Hip Hop Party Music Five
01 - The Last Dawn
02 - Chariot of cats
03 - Lie More
04 - Told me
05 - Blue Touch Flame
06 - Grassroots Music
07 - Bank
08 - Ladder
09 - Clinch
10 - Interruption Please

01 - Striking It Rich
02 - Drawn By The Light
03 - Fool For You
04 - Into Your Heart
05 - Lose Control
06 - Real Love
07 - Margaret
08 - I'll Make You Happy
09 - Sorry
10 - Wedding Ring
11 - She's So Fine
12 - Women
13 - Evie (Part 2)
14 - The Joker

01 - Hard Road
02 - Evie (Part One)
03 - Evie (Evie)
04 - Evie (I'm Losing You)
05 - Life Gets Better
06 - I Got You Good
07 - Didn't I Take You Higher
08 - Black Eyed Bruiser
09 - The Loser
10 - Help Help
11 - Guitar Band
12 - My Kind of Music
13 - You
14 - I've Got the Power


Ted Mulry Gang

Though born in England, Martin Albert Mulry, aka Ted Mulry, found fame in Australia, first as a songwriter and balladeer and then as frontman for '70s rockers the Ted Mulry Gang, who were regulars on the country's pub rock circuit for a decade. Ted Mulry arrived in Australia in 1969, where he worked in Sydney driving a bulldozer until his friends convinced him to send demos of his songs to the famous Albert Productions label, home of the Easybeats. At that point Mulry had only considered writing songs for others and had to be talked into recording one of the songs, "Julia," himself. It made the charts after being released as a single through EMI subsidiary Parlophone in 1970. Harry Vanda and George Young of the Easybeats wrote his next hit single, "Falling in Love Again," which was released a year later. Also in 1971 he briefly moved back to England, where he signed a contract with Blue Mountain Records. Unimpressed with his name and the bulldozer-driver image that had helped him in Australia, they convinced him to release his sole single with them, "Ain't It Nice," under the name Steve Ryder. Failing to dent the English charts, he returned to Sydney and his career as Ted Mulry soon after, releasing the albums Falling in Love Again and I Won't Look Back.


Tex Morton

Tex Morton (1916-1983), country-and-western singer, vaudeville performer and actor, was born on 30 August 1916 at Nelson, New Zealand, eldest of four children of Bernard William Lane, postal clerk, and his wife Mildred, née Eastgate, and was named Robert William. Bobby attended Haven Road and Nelson Boys’ schools and Nelson College. By the age of 14 he had begun his singing career as a busker. Within two years he played in a travelling band, ‘The Gaieties’, and recorded hillbilly songs on aluminium discs; they are some of the earliest songs of this genre to be recorded outside the United States of America.


The Angels

The Angels. - 1977 - The Angels
01 - Take Me Home.mp3
02 - You're A Lady Now.mp3
03 - Goin' Down.mp3
04 - Shelter From The Rain.mp3
05 - Can't Get Lucky.mp3
06 - Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again.mp3
07 - You Got Me Runnin'.mp3
08 - High On You.mp3
09 - Hot Lucy.mp3
10 - Dreambuilder.mp3

The Angels. - 1978 - Face To Face
01 - Straight Jacket.mp3
02 - After The Rain.mp3
03 - Love Takes Care.mp3
04 - Take A Long Line.mp3
05 - Marseilles.mp3
06 - Live It Up.mp3
07 - Be With You.mp3
08 - Outcast.mp3
09 - I Ain't The One.mp3
10 - Comin' Down.mp3

The Angels.1979 - No Exit
01 - Waiting For The World.mp3
02 - After Dark.mp3
03 - Save Me.mp3
04 - Shadow Boxer.mp3
05 - No Exit.mp3
06 - Can't Shake It.mp3
07 - Out Of The Blue.mp3
08 - Dawn Is Breaking.mp3
09 - Mr. Damage.mp3
10 - Ivory Stairs.mp3

The Town Criers 

The Town Criers were a commercial style pop band who were based in Melbourne between 1965-71. Their first single was a cover of The Kinks song 'The World Keeps Going Round' and their biggest hit record was 'Everlasting Love' b/w a cover of the Four Tops song 'I Can't Help Myself' which peaked at No. 18 nationally. They had a few other minor hits reaching the lower end of the Top 40 before disbanding in 1971.


The Atlantics

One of the greatest instrumental surf groups did not even hail from America. The Atlantics, despite their name, were an Australian combo who not only emulated the sound of California surf music, but ranked among its very best practitioners. Featuring a reverb-heavy, extremely "wet" sound, the Atlantics attacked original material, standards, and movie themes with a nervy blend of precision and over-the-top intensity. As in Dick Dale's music, touches of Middle Eastern influences can be detected in the rhythms of melodies (some members of the group claimed Greek and Egyptian heritage). Their second single, "Bombora," went to the top of the Australian charts in 1963, and the follow-up, "The Crusher," was also a big hit. But Beatlemania spelled commercial death for the Atlantics, as it did for U.S. surf combos, in 1964 and 1965. After several albums and a few more equally fine instrumental singles, the Atlantics became a vocal group in the last half of the '60s, but are most renowned for their instrumental recordings.


The Bushwackers

The Bushwhackers, initially named "The Heathcote Bushwhackers", Australia's first bush band were arguably the catalyst for Australia's folk revival of the 1950s. They performed from 1952 to 1957, when founder John Meredith disbanded the group and its members dispersed into other activities. (An unrelated group with a similar sounding name, "The Bushwackers", formed in Victoria, Australia in 1971 and continues to the present day). Over its relatively brief existence, the group evolved from an initial novelty act to one with a more serious mission of presenting and promoting to Australia its neglected bush song heritage, and laid the foundation for similar groups to follow through the 1960s and to the present.


The Cherokees

The Cherokees. - 1965 - Here Come The Cherokees
01 - Thundercloud.mp3
02 - Popeye.mp3
03 - Love Potion No. 9.mp3
04 - Blue Saturday.mp3
05 - Hey Little Girl.mp3
06 - Moon In The Afternoon.mp3
07 - Pony Express.mp3
08 - Pinocchio.mp3
09 - Gepetto.mp3
10 - Theme From A Summer Place.mp3
11 - Hubble Bubble Toil And Trouble.mp3
12 - Running Wild.mp3

The Cherokees. - Oh Monah
01 - Oh Monah.mp3
02 - Little Lover.mp3
03 - That's If You Want Me To.mp3
04 - A Woman With Soul.mp3
05 - I Can Tell.mp3
06 - Stop This Misery.mp3
07 - The Angels Listened In.mp3
08 - Just Can't Cry Anymore (All Cried Out).mp3
09 - The Thought Of You.mp3
10 - Only If You Care.mp3
11 - I've Been Trying.mp3
12 - Ain't Gonna Cry No More.mp3

The Delltones


The Dingoes

The Dingoes - 1974 - The Dingoes
01 - Come On Down.mp3
02 - Boy On The Run.mp3
03 - The Last Place I Wanna Be.mp3
04 - Way Out West.mp3
05 - Pay Day Again .mp3
06 - Goin' Down Again.mp3
07 - Aaron.mp3
08 - My Sometime Lady.mp3
09 - Sydney Ladies.mp3
10 - Dingoes Lament.mp3

The Dingoes - 1977.Five Times The Sun
01 - Smooth Sailin'.mp3
02 - Shine A Light.mp3
03 - Singing Your Song.mp3
04 - Starting Today.mp3
05 - Come On Down.mp3
06 - Way Out West.mp3
07 - Boy On The Run.mp3
08 - Waiting For The Tide To Turn.mp3

The Executives


The Groop

The Groop were an Australian folk, R&B and rock band formed in 1964 in Melbourne, Victoria and had their greatest chart success with their second line-up of Max Ross on bass, Richard Wright on drums and vocals, Don Mudie on lead guitar, Brian Cadd on keyboards and vocals, and Ronnie Charles on vocals. The Wesley Trio formed early in 1964 with Ross, Wright and Peter McKeddie on vocals; they were renamed The Groop at the end of the year.
The Groop's best known hit single "Woman You're Breaking Me" was released in 1967, the band won a trip to United Kingdom but had little success there. Other singles included "Ol' Hound Dog", "Best in Africa", "I'm Satisfied", "Sorry", "Seems More Important to Me" and "Such a Lovely Way".

When The Groop disbanded in 1969, Cadd and Mudie formed Axiom with Glenn Shorrock (later in Little River Band). Cadd was inducted into the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Hall of Fame in 2007, for his work with The Groop, Axiom and as a solo artist.


The Loved Ones

1967.Magic Box
01 - The Loved One.mp3
02 - Everlovin' Man.mp3
03 - Sad Dark Eyes.mp3
04 - A Love Like Ours.mp3
05 - Love Song.mp3
06 - Blueberry Hill.mp3
07 - Shake, Rattle & Roll.mp3
08 - This Is Love.mp3
09 - Magic Box.mp3
10 - More Than Love.mp3
11 - The Woman I Love.mp3
12 - The Loverly Car.mp3
13 - I Want You To Love Me.mp3
14 - (I'm No Good) Without You.mp3
15 - Everlovin' Man (Live).mp3
16 - Sad Dark Eyes (Live).mp3
17 - The Loved One (Live).mp3

The Masters Apprentices

One could easily make the case for designating the Masters Apprentices as the best Australian rock band of the '60s. Featuring singer Jim Keays and songwriter/rhythm guitarist Mick Bower, the band's earliest recordings combined the gritty R&B/rock of Brits like the Pretty Things with the minor-key melodies of the Yardbirds. The compelling "Wars or Hands of Time" and the dreamy psychedelia of "Living in a Child's Dream" were undiscovered classics, although the latter was a Top Ten hit in Australia. Bower left the group after suffering a nervous breakdown in late 1967, and the Masters grew steadily less interesting, moving from flower pop and hard rock to progressive and acoustic sounds. Plagued by instability (undergoing eight personnel changes between 1966 and 1968), the group moved to England in the early '70s, achieving some cult success with progressive rock albums before breaking up in 1972.


The Rajahs

Sydney band that evolved from Dig Richards & The R'Jays, influenced on their own records by Beatlemania. After parting with Dig Richards, the band became Johnny O'Keefe's backing band for a time before establishing themselves as an independent act in the wake of Beatlemania. It was JO'K who suggested their name change to The Rajahs in 1964 and their adoption of turbans as part of their stage gear.

Lindsay King (guitar vocals)  John Hayton (guitar vocals),
Mike Lawler (bass vocals)  Leon Isackson (drums)


The Seekers

The Seekers are an Australian folk-influenced pop quartet, originally formed in Melbourne in 1962. They were the first Australian pop music group to achieve major chart and sales success in the United Kingdom and the United States. They were popular during the 1960s with their best-known configuration as: Judith Durham on vocals, piano, and tambourine; Athol Guy on double bass and vocals; Keith Potger on twelve-string guitar, banjo, and vocals; and Bruce Woodley on guitar, mandolin, banjo, and vocals.

The Strangers 

The Strangers - Best of The Strangers
Vol 01
01 - Happy Without You.mp3
02 - Take the Time.mp3
03 - Lady Scorpio.mp3
04 - California Soul.mp3
05 - Sweet September.mp3
06 - Paper Cup.mp3
07 - Will You Love Me Tomorrow.mp3
08 - Elenore.mp3
09 - I Can Hear Music.mp3
10 - I Say a Little Prayer.mp3
11 - Paperback Writer.mp3
12 - Bend Me, Shape Me.mp3
13 - Melanie Makes Me Smile.mp3
14 - If You Think You're Groovy.mp3
15 - Mr President.mp3
16 - Looking Through the Eyes of a Beautiful Girl.mp3
17 - Sweet Water.mp3
18 - Tennessee.mp3
19 - Windows of Your Eyes.mp3
20 - Little St. Nick.mp3
21 - Standing in the Shadows of Love.mp3
22 - I've Got You Under My Skin.mp3
23 - Proud Mary.mp3
24 - Sandy.mp3
25 - Do It Again.mp3
26 - Good Vibrations.mp3

Vol 02
01 - Your Mother Should Know.mp3
02 - Carpet Man.mp3
03 - Jennifer Eccles.mp3
04 - Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow.mp3
05 - If You Think You're Groovy.mp3
05 - If You Think You're Groovy #.mp3
06 - Bottle Of Wine.mp3
07 - If You Gotta To Make A Fool Of Somebody.mp3
08 - The Son Of Hickory Holler's Tramp.mp3
09 - Paper Cup.mp3
10 - California Girls.mp3
11 - This Guy's In Love With You.mp3
12 - Lady Madonna.mp3
13 - Bend Me, Shape Me.mp3
14 - Kentucky Woman.mp3
15 - Rice Is Nice.mp3
16 - Cool Jerk.mp3
17 - Long Tall Texan.mp3
18 - Summertime Blues.mp3
19 - Bonnie & Clyde.mp3
20 - Simon Says.mp3
21 - I Was Made To Love Her.mp3
22 - Respect.mp3
23 - Do What You Gotta Do.mp3
24 - Can't Take My Eyes Off You.mp3

The Town Criers were a commercial style pop band who were based in Melbourne between 1965-71. Their first single was a cover of The Kinks song 'The World Keeps Going Round' and their biggest hit record was 'Everlasting Love' b/w a cover of the Four Tops song 'I Can't Help Myself' which peaked at No. 18 nationally. They had a few other minor hits reaching the lower end of the Top 40 before disbanding in 1971.

The Town Criers - Complete Recordings (1965-71)
01 - Where Have All The Good Times Gone.mp3
02 - Mama Keep Your Big Mouth Shut.mp3
03 - No, No, No.mp3
04 - I'm Your Man.mp3
05 - The World Keeps On Turning Round.mp3
06 - Big Deal.mp3
07 - Everlasting Love.mp3
08 - I Can't Help Myself.mp3
09 - Unexpectedly.mp3
10 - It's Hurting Badly.mp3
11 - Take Me For A Little While.mp3
12 - Any Old Time.mp3
13 - Rene.mp3
14 - Love Me Again.mp3
15 - Hey Girl.mp3
16 - Living In A World Of Love.mp3
17 - The Roundabout.mp3
18 - Laughing Man.mp3
19 - Living In A Dream World.mp3
20 - Love, Love, Love.mp3
21 - Chorus Girl.mp3
22 - Any Old Time (Acoustic Version).mp3
23 - Everlasting Love (Acoustic Version).mp3

The Valentines

Peculiar Hole In The Sky (1967-1968)
01 - Peculiar Hole In The Sky.mp3
02 - Love Makes Sweet Music.mp3
03 - To Know You Is To Love You.mp3
04 - I Can't Dance With You.mp3
05 - Sookie Sookie.mp3
06 - Every Day I Have To Cry.mp3
07 - She Said.mp3
08 - I Can Hear The Raindrops.mp3
09 - Why Me .mp3

Tin Tin

1970 - Tin Tin 
01 - She Said Ride.mp3
02 - Swans On The Canal.mp3
03 - Flag - Put Your Money On My Dog.mp3
04 - Nobody Moves Me Like You.mp3
05 - Tuesday's Dreamer.mp3
06 - Only Ladies Play Croquet.mp3
07 - Family Tree.mp3
08 - Spanish Shepherd.mp3
09 - He Wants To Be A Star.mp3
10 - Toast And Marmalade For Tea.mp3
11 - Come On Over Again.mp3
12 - Manhattan Woman.mp3
13 - Lady In Blue.mp3

Tin Tin - 1971 - Astral Taxi
01 - Astral Taxi.mp3
02 - Ships On The Starboard.mp3
03 - Our Destiny.mp3
04 - Tomorrow Today.mp3
05 - Jenny B..mp3
06 - I Took A Holiday.mp3
07 - Tag Around.mp3
08 - Set Sail For England.mp3
09 - The Cavalry's Coming.mp3
10 - Benny The Wonder Dog.mp3
11 - Is That The Way.mp3

Tommy Emmanuel

Tommy Emmanuel, (born 31 May 1955, Muswellbrook, New South Wales, Australia) is an Australian guitarist, songwriter, and singer, best known for his complex finger-style technique, energetic performances, and the use of percussive effects on the guitar.
A brilliant and very talented guitarist.


Tony Worsley And The Fabulous Blue Jays - Ready, Steady, Let's Go (1964-66)
01 - Velvet Waters.mp3
02 - Missing You.mp3
03 - Rock A Billy.mp3
04 - Just A Little Bit.mp3
05 - If I.mp3
06 - Talkin' 'Bout You.mp3
07 - I Dream Of You.mp3
08 - Me You Gotta Teach.mp3
09 - I Sure Know A Lot About Love.mp3
10 - Lonely City.mp3
11 - Something's Got A Hold On Me.mp3
12 - Something.mp3
13 - Raining In My Heart.mp3
14 - Knocking On Wood.mp3
15 - No Worries.mp3
16 - Humpty Dumpty.mp3
17 - Reaching Out.mp3
18 - Do You Mind.mp3
19 - I'm So Glad.mp3
20 - If You See My Baby.mp3
21 - King Bee.mp3
22 - So Much In Love.mp3
23 - I Don't Need Nobody.mp3
24 - Dimples.mp3

01 - Talk About Love.mp3
02 - The Kind.mp3
03 - My Friend.mp3
04 - I'll Be There.mp3
05 - When You Go.mp3
06 - Get Back.mp3
07 - How Can It Be.mp3
08 - Ready, Steady, Let's Go.mp3
09 - I'll Never Love You Again.mp3
10 - With You By My Side.mp3
11 - Tell Me Why.mp3
12 - All Over You.mp3
13 - 500 Miles.mp3
14 - Jay Walker.mp3
15 - Pathfinder.mp3
16 - Motivate.mp3
17 - We're Friends.mp3
18 - Louie, Louie.mp3
19 - Tell Me When.mp3
20 - Zoom Gonk.mp3
21 - Beat Out The Rhythm On A Drum.mp3
22 - I'll Make You Cry Too.mp3
23 - Hey Jack.mp3

VA - Songs from the 100 Best Australian Albums [5CD Box Set]

5CD compilation entitled: 'Songs From The 100 Best Australian Albums'. It is a companion to a new book written by John O'Donnell, Toby Creswell & Craig Mathieson. As the name suggests, the book counts down the 100 Best Aussie albums of the pop era with detailed exploration of why the albums were chosen. The compilation is a 5CD pack and will include many tracks which rarely clear for compilations including not one, but two Midnight Oil tracks. It also features Easybeats - Friday On My Mind, Daddy Cool - Eagle Rock, The Saints - I'm Stranded, John Farnham - You're The Voice, Crowded House - Better Be Home Soon, Powderfinger - These Days, The Presets - My People, and many more.

01 - 02 - 03 - 04 - 05

Wendy Saddington

Wendy Saddington - 1971 - Wendy Saddington & The Copperwine Live 
01 - Backlash Blues.mp3
02 - Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues.mp3
03 - Tomorrow Never Knows.mp3
04 - Five People Said I Was Crazy.mp3
05 - Blues In 'A'.mp3
06 - Looking Through A Window (Single A-Side, 1971).mp3
07 - We Need A Song (Single B-Side, 1971).mp3
08 - Looking Through A Window (Edited Version).mp3


Zoot were a pop-rock band formed in Adelaide, South Australia in 1965. Known originally as "Down the Line", by 1967 they had changed their name to Zoot and in 1968 had relocated to Melbourne. They had a 1970 top five hit on Australia's Go-Set national singles chart covering "Eleanor Rigby" by The Beatles' released in 1970;


Starsky1965 said...

Is there a Volume 1 ?

Ozzieguy said...

Hello Starsky1965
Not that I am aware of No2 was the only available when I bought it.

Musikberatung said...

great collection, and great site I just found out about. just to state: The PAUL KELLY Mandolin album is another PAUL KELLY (from Ireland) not the Australian songwriter. keep on with the great work.

Ozzieguy said...

Thank you Musikberatung for alerting me to my error.
I have removed that album.

Many thanks again


rosbeliobones9223@gmail,com said...

É extraordinário seu blog é demais Jesus te Abençoe !!

Ozzieguy said...

Thank you rosbeliobones9223 and thank you for the blessings.

The Hound said...

Thank you for the Aussie Lps

Ozzieguy said...

Hello TheHound
You are very welcome.

Tedh said...

Great music shares. Thank you.

Ozzieguy said...

Hello TedH
You are very welcome.

salianni2001ca said...

Where's Kylie Minogue? Is she not one of the most famous Aussie artists of all time! She definitely belongs here.

Ozzieguy said...

Hello salianni2001ca,
Do not worry, she will appear here once I get my other box of CDs out. Plus another lovely lady by the name of Marcia Hines.

Thank for your note salianna


Skylord99 said...

Thanks mate - much appreciated

Ozzieguy said...

Hello Skylord99
You are very welcome mate.

Rockinbee said...


Ozzieguy said...

Hello Rockinbee
There is no password needed.

dusty said...

W3ell well well
You realy get the cream of the OZ stars here !!!
Hope you got a lot of download of them so the rest of the world get there ears open for the aussie music and look for more!

Thanks from Dusty

Ozzieguy said...

Hello Dusty
Unfortunately there is no way to know how many get downloaded from Mega. But it doesn't matter really, just as long as as they are available is the right thing.
Ozzieguy said...

fantastic offering of the great aussie artists. well done.

Ozzieguy said...

Many thanks jengle

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Pol sant said...

great music, thanks

Ozzieguy said...

Very welcome Polsant.

moviez said...

i guess the only aussie artist i miss from all you have here [ a magnificent collection ] i would say i miss is Ross Ryan

Armin said...

Hi Ozzieguy,

any chance to post a collection by RICK & THEL CAREY ?

Greetings from Germany Armin

alflondon said...

Hi. Do you have any Dingoes CDs to share? In particular "Way Out West - The Best Of The Dingoes" from 1992 has 3 unissued tracks but is not available on any streaming platforms. thanks.

Unknown said...

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Póngase en contacto con el Sr. Pedro en / Texto de WhatsApp: +1 863 231 0632 para préstamos.
¡Mis mejores deseos!

BigWaz said...

Love The Australian Artists so many memories, any chance of more coming soon like Split Enz, Russell Morris, 1927 or Hush thank you so much

BigWaz said...

Absolutely Fantastic, in 1 day JPY, Zoot and Daddy Cool. Australian Music is the best. Please keep them coming.

Desperado said...

This page appears in more than one link on this site.

Ozzieguy said...

Yes Desperado I will move them to a better place.

RFelis said...

Curious that Midnight oil is Australian and that they are not in this section. Good band.

Unknown said...

Would you have any albums by the Aussie singer Anthony Warlow? Thanks.

Julio Adler said...

I'm looking for lost track from a surfing movie, Storm Riders, 1982

It's - "This Is the Ritz" performed by N Z Pop

Any chance you have this one ?