DAVE’S AUSTRALIA DAY ADVENT JUKEBOX #24

January 21, 2022 0

OLD STOCK RD With my band Pus I was punk before punk – well before the Sex Pistols anyway. This song represented my advancement to the next step: high energy suburban rock. Cars, footy, sex, […]

DAVE’S AUSTRALIA DAY ADVENT JUKEBOX

January 20, 2022 0

NO FENCES Martin Cilia and I wrote this song around 1991. I wanted to make a statement about the importance of including one another into our culture. It’s a country feel with a bridge inspired […]

Dave’s Australia Day Advent Jukebox #19

January 16, 2022 0

JOEY BLACK One of my hard rock numbers from the 1979 Correct Weight album. Has a few of my favourite lyrics in here. (`these streets aren’t safe for violence any more’) Live Johnny and Tony […]

DAVE’S AUSTRALIA DAY ADVENT JUKEBOX #18

January 15, 2022 0

FREE KICKS Second single for Mushroom, a football-themed disco-rock number. Mixing footy with pop music was just too ahead of its time. Or maybe it wasn’t very good? Though I reckon it’s not bad at […]

DAVE’S AUSTRALIA DAY ADVENT JUKEBOX #17

January 14, 2022 0

MUGS GAME In my Pus days (1973-75) I developed the idea of satirical monologue over a riff with Throbbing Knob. At the same time Pus was playing The Fugs’ ‘Couldn’t Get High.’ When I wrote […]

DAVE’S AUSTRALIA DAY ADVENT JUKEBOX #15

January 12, 2022 0

THE AUSTRALIAN ROCK AND ROLL INDUSTRY From the Correct Weight album this track is a snapshot of the Australian rock industry at the time – 1979. It was just before the likes of INXS, Men […]

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