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In my favorite music decade again @dirtmudd!

Well almost with the live Dead.... getting ready for the G.O.T. Starks to get theirs this last season?

 

Does the quadrophonic pressing sound unique at all on a stereo cart? Or did you find something that plays quadrophonic.... that's got to be a rarity there.

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2 hours ago, JohnJ said:

In my favorite music decade again @dirtmudd!

Well almost with the live Dead.... getting ready for the G.O.T. Starks to get theirs this last season?

 

Does the quadrophonic pressing sound unique at all on a stereo cart? Or did you find something that plays quadrophonic.... that's got to be a rarity there.

sounds different...

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A real character got taken down today.

A c*^p d'état got officially destroyed over the weekend!

 

G' Day mates !!

Hope the weather is better today down under @Full Range !

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19 minutes ago, JohnJ said:

A real character got taken down today.

A c*^p d'état got officially destroyed over the weekend!

 

G' Day mates !!

Hope the weather is better today down under @Full Range !

 

 

Seen them live a couple of times in the mid 70s - before they got famous 

We ( a couple of mates and I ) traveled an hours drive to Sydney for the gig 

 

Did the same thing for the Alice Cooper open air concert but that’s another story 

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COOL!!

Did they play one I had on a cassette  "Rockin in the Parlour" ?

 

"Met her in Carolin

round about `69

--

hi there honey

would you like to come inside

----

before I knew

we were

rockin' in the parlour

rockin' in the parlour

 

 

 

Saw them once in a small place when Bon was with us.. for the HtH tour, then three or more after that!

 

Malcolm always acted less than his real age!

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The early AC / DC band had different members 

I can’t remember what lineup I saw 

 

Im pretty sure they played it on one of the gigs 

 

@JohnJ  - Some homework - are you familiar with the Aussie band called Skyhooks 

They were also fantastic and were big here at the same time as AC/ DC 

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Nope, new to me...

Found`em.

Glam Overdose?

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert?

"Livin in the 70s" "All my Friends are Getting Married" "Women in Uniform" "Saturday Night"

Kinda funny and pretty good, just having fun.

 

Something new is always good, thanks!

Found out that Billy Thorpe passed years ago.

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You missed out on the song - You Just Like Me Cos I’m Good In Bed. 😃

 

@JohnJ  Then try Rose Tatoo 

 

You will or should know the the singer 

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Love  Rose Tatoo!!

 

 

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stupid software told me to wait 29 seconds to post when it had not posted at all in the first place. Get A Grip!
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You should like Rose Tatoo 

Im sure you would know about these Assie bands like 

Cold Chisel 

Midnight Oil 

Silverchair 

 

 

 

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14 minutes ago, Full Range said:

Midnight Oil 

seen them at Saratoga... for Peter Gabriel 's womad..

 

and silver chair kicks ***..

 

for a bunch of 17 year olds back in the 90s

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17 minutes ago, Full Range said:

You should like Rose Tatoo 

Im sure you would know about these Assie bands like 

Cold Chisel 

Midnight Oil 

Silverchair 

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Grabbed this off the shelf... there were only 500 L.P.s made by the college band from Notre Dame. Recorded in 1969 at Golden Voice Studio in South Pekin, Ill. Folks from all over the midwest recorded there. What's the big deal with this record? One of the band members was/is Andy Wallace... they still get together and play every year. Andy is definitely still in the music business.

 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Wallace_(producer)

 

 

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It was done on 1/2 inch 4- track decks. They did the whole thing in two days.

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Styx did one of their albums there, as well as Dan Fogleberg (he was from the area, too) as well as others. Jerry Milam, the studio builder and owner was well regarded, Chet Atkins even sent some folk his way.

 

It was a nice studio at the time. They moved on up to 2 inch 16-track machines, but the building was destroyed by a local arsonist and some of the tapes stored there got wasted.

 

 

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