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Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1976: AC/DC's montage promo-video for the hit single 'Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap', taken from the 1976 album 'Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap'. Artist(s) Origin: Sydney, NSW, Australia Produced By: Harry Vanda and George Young [ The Easybeats (1963-1969) -- Flash & The Pan (1976-1988) ] Label: Alberts Production Chart Position: # 21 (Australia) Release Date: October, 1976 Footage Information: Artist(s) links: *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/ AC/DC *******www.acdc****/us/home Line-up: Angus Young -- Guitar Malcolm Young -- Guitar [ The Velvet Underground (Au band: 1971-1973) -- AC/DC (1973 - present) ] Bon Scott -- vocals [The Spektors -- The Valentiens (1967-1970) -- Fraternity (1970-1973) -- AC/DC (1975-1980) ] Phil Rudd -- Drums [ Buster Brown (1973-1975) -- AC/DC (1975-1983) -- AC/DC returned (]994-present) ] Mark Evens - Bass [ AC/DC (1975-1977) -- Finch (1977-1978) -- Contraband (1979 - Finch with name change) -- Heaven (1983) -- Dave Tice (Buffalo singer) ] ------------------------------------------- NZOZ NZOZ1976 1976 Australia Mid Seventies 1970's 1970s 70's 70s Extended Tags: Bon Scott, Angus Young, Malcom Young, Easybeats, Geoge Young, Harry Vanda, Alberts. Musical Terms: Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Aussie, Old Australian Band
3 Jul 2011
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Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1976: AC/DC's montage promo-video for the hit single 'Jail Break', taken from the 1976 album 'Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap'. Artist(s) Origin: Sydney, NSW, Australia Produced By: Harry Vanda and George Young [ The Easybeats (1963-1969) -- Flash & The Pan (1976-1988) ] Label: Alberts Production Chart Position: # 5 (Australia) Release Date: July 14, 1976 Footage Information: Artist(s) links: *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/ AC/DC *******www.acdc****/us/home Line-up: Angus Young -- Guitar Malcolm Young -- Guitar [ The Velvet Underground (Au band: 1971-1973) -- AC/DC (1973 - present) ] Bon Scott -- vocals [The Spektors -- The Valentiens (1967-1970) -- Fraternity (1970-1973) -- AC/DC (1975-1980) ] Phil Rudd -- Drums [ Buster Brown (1973-1975) -- AC/DC (1975-1983) -- AC/DC returned (]994-present) ] Mark Evens - Bass [ AC/DC (1975-1977) -- Finch (1977-1978) -- Contraband (1979 - Finch with name change) -- Heaven (1983) -- Dave Tice (Buffalo singer) ] ------------------------------------------- NZOZ NZOZ1976 1976 Australia Mid Seventies 1970's 1970s 70's 70s Extended Tags: Bon Scott, Angus Young, Malcom Young, Easybeats, Geoge Young, Harry Vanda, Alberts. Musical Terms: Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Aussie, Old Australian Band
13 Jul 2011
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Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1978: Rose Tattoo's promo-video for the hit single 'Rock 'n' Roll Outlaw' taken from the 1978 album 'Rose Tattoo'. Note: This song was originally written and performed by both Angry Anderson and Billy Miller during their days in Buster Brown. After Buster Brown's split in 1975, Billy moved on the form Ferrets ('Don't Fall In Love' fame), whilst Angry moved on to form Rose Tattoo. He took this song with him. Sorry Angry - but one must give credit to where credit is due. Band Origin: Sydney, NSW, Australia Track: Rock 'n' Roll Outlaw Album: Rose Tattoo Composed By: Bill Miller / Angry Anderson Produced By: Harry Vanda and George Young [ Easybeats - Flash & The Pan ] Label: Albert Productions Chart Position: # 68 (Australia) Release Date: Links: - *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Rose_Tattoo - *******www.rosetattoo****.au/ Line-up: Angry Anderson - Vocals [ Buster Brown (1973-1976) -- Rose Tattoo (1976-1987) -- solo (1987-1992) -- Rose Tattoo reformed (1992-present) ] Pete Wells -- Slide Guitar [ The Odd Colours -- Strange Brew -- The Capitol Show Band -- Head (1968-1971) -- Buffalo (1971-1976) -- Rose Tattoo (1976-1983) ] Mick Cocks -- Guitar [ Rose Tattoo (1976-1983) -- Heaven -- Doomfoxx -- Pete Wells Heart Attack -- Ted Mulry Gang ] Dallas "Digger" Royall -- Drums [ Buster Brown -- Rose Tattoo (1976-1983) ] Geordie Leach -- Bass ----------------------------------- NZOZ NZOZ1978 1978 Australia Late Seventies 1970's 1970s 70's 70s Extended Tags: Angry Anderson, Pete Wells Musical Terms: Hard, Rock, Blues, Aussie, Old Australian Band
25 Dec 2011
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Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1977: Flash & The Pan's promo-video for the hit single 'Hey St. Peter' (January, 1977), which later appeared on the 1978 album 'Flash 'n' The Pan'. Note: In January 1977, studio act Flash 'n' The pan release their debut single 'Hey St. Peter'. A novelty hit through out Australia and Europe; the single's b-side was 'Walking In The Rain' -later covered by Grace Jones. It would take 'Flash' well over a year to relase a follow up single - that being 'Down Among The Dead Men' in 1978. Although Flash 'n' The Pan were a new name on the charts, the duo themselves were nothing new in the pop mainstream. George Young and Harry Vanda first rose to international stardom when playing in the Easybeats back in the mid 1960's. When the group disbanded in 1969, Vanda and Young set themselves up as a production/songwriting team with a clientel which included Amen Corner, The Tremeloes, Marmalade, Shocking Blue, Los Bravos, Suzi Quatro and Paul Revere and the Raiders. Back in Australia and at Albert studios, the duo continued writing and produced hits for Ted Mulry, John Paul Young, Stevie Wright (ex-Easybeat), William Shackespear and many others as well as producing Rose Tattoo, the Angels and AC/DC - a little known hard rock band which featured George's younger brothers Angus and Malcom Young. In the later months of 1978, Flash 'n' The Pan released their debut self-titled album. Flash continued charting through out the early to mid 1980s with hits 'Down Among The Dead Men' (1978), 'Media Man' (1981), 'Waiting For The Train' (1983) and 'Midnight Man' (1985). Band Origin: Sydney, NSW, Australia Track: Hey St. Peter Album: Flash & The Pan Produced By: George Young / Harry Vanda (ex - Easybeats) Label: Alberts Production Chart Position: # 5 (Australia, 1977) -- # 76 (United States, 1979) Release Date: January, 1977 Links: - *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Flash_%26_the_Pan Line-up: George Young - Vocals, Synth, Piano [ The Easybeats (1963-1969) -- commercial songwriter/producer (1970-present) -- Flash & The Pan (1976-1988) ] Harry Vanda - Drums [ The Easybeats (1963-1969) -- commercial songwriter/producer (1970-present) -- Flash & The Pan (1976-1988) ] ---------------------------------------- NZOZ NZOZ1977 1977 Australia Late Seventies 1970's 1970s 70's 70s Extended Tags: Easybeats, Harry Vanda, George Young, AC/DC, Alberts Production Musical Terms: Disco, Pop, Rock, Aussie, Old Australian Act
2 Jul 2012
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Flash and the Pan - Midnight Man (1985) Albert Productions, Koch International, Epic. Album: Flash and the Pan - Early Morning Wake Up Call (1984) Albert Productions; (1985) Epic.
18 Aug 2012
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Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1976: The Angels' promo-video for the hit single 'Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again' (April, 1976) - a re-recorded version appeared on the 1977 album 'The Angels'. Note: This was the debut single by the first incarnation of the Angels, featuring long-serving members Doc Neeson (leadsinger/bass), and brothers John Brewster (guitar) and Rick Brewster (guitar). The band are known internationally as Angel City. Band Location: Adelaide, SA, Australia Track: Am I Ever Going To See Your Face Again Album: The Angels (re-recorded version) Composed by: Brewster/Neeson/Brewster Produced by: Harry Vanda and George Young [ The Easybeats (1963-1969) -- Flash & The Pan (1976-1988) ] Label: Alberts Production Chart Position: Release Date: April, 1976 Footage Information: Links: - *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/The_Angels_%28Australian_band%29 - *******www.theangels****.au/ Line-up: Doc Neeson -- Vocals John Brewster - Guitar [ The Moonshine Jug and String Band (1970-1974) -- The Keystone Angels (1974-1975) -- The Angels (1976-present) -- The Party Boys (1986-1989) -- The Bombers -- The Fallen -- Wayne Jury --Angry Anderson Band --Double Trouble -- The Brewster Brothers ] Rick Brewster -- Guitar Charlie King (Peter Christopolous) -- Drums -------------------------------------- NZOZ NZOZ1976 1976 Australia Mid Seventies 1970's 1970s 70's 70s Extended Tags: Angel City, Rick Brewster, John Brewster, Doc Neeson, The Zoot Musical Terms: Hard, Rock, Aussie, Old Australian Band
29 Oct 2012
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Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1982: Rose Tattoo's promo-video for the hit single 'We Can't Be Beaten' taken from the 1982 album 'Scarred For Life'. Band Origin: Sydney, NSW, Australia Track: We Can't Be Beaten Album: Scarred For Life Composed By: Angry Anderson/Robin Riley Produced By: Harry Vanda and George Young (both of Easybeats / Flash & The Pan) Label: Albert Productions Chart Position: # 28 (Australia) Release Date: Links: - *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Rose_Tattoo - *******www.rosetattoo****.au/ Line-up: Angry Anderson - Vocals [ Buster Brown (1973-1976) -- Rose Tattoo (1976-1987) -- solo (1987-1992) -- Rose Tattoo reformed (1992-present) ] Pete Wells -- Slide Guitar [ The Odd Colours -- Strange Brew -- The Capitol Show Band -- Head (1968-1971) -- Buffalo (1971-1976) -- Rose Tattoo (1976-1983) ] Robin Riley -- Guitar Dallas "Digger" Royall -- Drums [ Buster Brown -- Rose Tattoo (1976-1983) ] Geordie Leach -- Bass ------------------------------------------- NZOZ NZOZ1982 1982 Australia Early Eighties 1980's 1980s 80's 80s Extended Tags: Angry Anderson, Pete Wells Musical Terms: Hard Rock, Metal, Blues, Pub, Aussie, Old Australian Band
22 Mar 2013
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Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1974: AC/DC's promo-video for the debut single 'Can I Sit Next To You Girl' (July, 1974). Note: Before watching this video, do keep in mind that it was Malcom and Angus's idea to get the band to dress up in glam outfits. This was the first direction AC/DC took when they started out. The other three are not entirely to blame. This was the third incarnation of AC/DC with a line-up consisting of Dave Evans (vocals), Angus Young (guitar), Malcolm Young (guitar), Rob Bailey (bass)and Peter Clack (drums). Dave Evans says the following about the promo-video: 'That is the only video of me with ACDC that I know of. It was shot at The Last Pictue Show in Cronulla which was an old movie theatre converted into a venue. We played there with Sherbet on a couple of occasions too. The venue was closed to visitors at the time so that we could shoot it'. Like many other AC/DC members Dave, Peter and Rob were kicked out of the band. However, Dave Evans did continue having success with his own band Rabbit (see NZOZ1975 and NZOZ1976) and is still touring and recording. Trivia: Angus Young was 19 (not 15, like I initially thought he was) and had quit schooling at Sydney's Ashfield Boys High when 'Can I Sit Next To You Girl' was released. Though most people believe the 'A' on Angus' cap is an abbreviation of his name; it in fact, an abbreviation for Ashfield Boys. Band Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia Track: Can I Sit Next To You Girl Album: non album track Composed by: Angus and Malcolm Young Produced by: Harry Vanda / George Young Label: Alberts Productions Chart Position: Release Date: July, 1974 Footage Information: Film-clip Links: - *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/AC/DC - *******www.acdc****/us/home - *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Dave_Evans_%28singer%29 - *******www.myspace****/daveevansrocks Line-up: Dave Evans -- Vocals [ AC/DC (1973-1974) -- Rabbit (1974-1978) -- Dave Evans & The Hot Cockerels --- Thunder Down Under ] Angus Young -- Guitar Malcolm Young -- Guitar [ The Velvet Underground (Au band: 1971-1973) -- AC/DC (1973 - present) ] Rob Bailey -- Bass Peter Clack -- Drums ------------------------------------------- NZOZ NZOZ1974 1974 Australia Mid Seventies 1970's 1970s 70's 70s Extended Tags: Dave Evans Musical Terms: Hard, Glam, Teen, Rock, Pop, Aussie, Old Australian Band
27 Jun 2013
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Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1978: The Angels performing live the hit single 'Take A Long Line', taken from the 1978 album 'Face To Face'. Band Origin: Adelaide, SA, Australia Track: Take A Long Line Album: Face To Face Composed By: John Brewster, Bernard Neeson, and Richard Brewster. Produced By: Mark Opitz / The Angels Label: Alberts Production Chart Position: # 29 (Australia) Release Date: Footage Information: Links: - *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/The_Angels_(Australian_band) - *******www.theangels****.au/ Line-up: Doc Neeson -- Vocals John Brewster - Guitar [ The Moonshine Jug and String Band (1970-1974) -- The Keystone Angels (1974-1975) -- The Angels (1976-present) -- The Party Boys (1986-1989) -- The Bombers -- The Fallen -- Wayne Jury --Angry Anderson Band --Double Trouble -- The Brewster Brothers ] Rick Brewster -- Guitar Graham "Buzz Throckman" Bidstrup -- Drums Chris Bailey - Bass [ The Angels (1977-1982) -- GANGgajang (1984-present) -- The Angels rejoined (2008) ] -------------------------------------------- NZOZ NZOZ1978 1978 Australia Late Seventies 1970's 1970s 70's 70s Extended Tags: Doc Neeson, John Brewster, Rick Brewster Musical Terms: Pub, Hard Rock, New Wave, Aussie, Old Australian Band
25 Nov 2013
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Uploaded by Matt. Tracks: 1. Highway To Hell 0:00 2. Girls Got Rhythm 3:28 3. Walk All Over You 6:52 4. Touch Too Much 12:02 5. Beating Around The Bush 16:28 6. Shot Down In Flames 20:24 7. Get It Hot 23:47 8. If You Want Blood (You've Got It) 26:22 9. Love Hungry Man 30:58 10. Night Prowler 35:16 Highway to Hell is the sixth studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released on 2 August 1979. It is also AC/DC's fifth international studio album. It was the last album featuring lead singer Bon Scott, who died early the following year from over-consumption of alcohol. It was originally released by Albert Productions, who licensed the album to Atlantic Records for release outside of Australia, and was then re-released by Epic Records in 2003 as part of the AC/DC Remasters series. On 25 May 2006, Highway to Hell was certified 7x Platinum by the RIAA. In 2003, the album was ranked number 200 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
24 Mar 2014
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