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 […]

DAVE’S AUSTRALIA DAY JUKEBOX #12

January 9, 2022 0

UK EUCHRED This song was track one on my fourth album This Is My Planet – which then became This Is Your Planet (a c.d. with extra tracks) and is now on Correct Planet, a […]

DAVE’S AUSTRALIA DAY ADVENT JUKE BOX #11

January 9, 2022 0

Originally on the Correct Weight album, now on the double CD Correct Planet (it includes all tracks on Correct Weight and This Is My Planet plus bonus tracks) available from my website. This song is […]

Dave’s Australia Day Advent Jukebox #10

January 7, 2022 0

HALF TIME AT THE FOOTBALL Not bothering with the lyrics on this one. Vic Hotel 1977 live and sweaty. My Australia Day Playlist on Spotify is building. (To hear the track just hit the title […]

DAVE’S AUSTRALIA DAY ADVENT JUKEBOX #9

January 6, 2022 0

SIDEWALK SURFIN Written 1975 Brixton after a letter from Al (WildScrote) Howard about the #skateboard craze in #perth. This the live 1977 version: band Johnny Leopard guitar, Stuart Davies-Slate drums, Haydn Pickersgill bass, John Dennison […]

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