AGGIE

June 30, 2022 0

from the Warner songwriting collection `Aggie’ is a very early song of mine, written I think around 1972 when I was first coming to grips with writing songs. Like nearly all my songs it was […]

AFRICAN SUMMER

June 21, 2022 4

Okay, I’m going to start publishing song by song all the songs I’ve written. Would like to do this in a book but not sure if there is the demand. Probably one of the very […]

DAVE’S AUSTRALIA DAY ADVENT JUKEBOX#23

January 20, 2022 0

WAITING FOR THE CYCLONE One of the best tracks I’ve done. WAITING FOR THE CYCLONE The Hoppers are hoppin’ and the crickets are clickin’ The boys are sweating and the girls all glisten The fridge […]

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 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 #6

January 3, 2022 0

BEER A previously unreleased track but one I think is fun – Australian country style recorded 1988 at JJ Studios in Sydney as part of demos for what became the Surplus and Dearth album. Two […]

DAVE’S AUSTRALIA DAY ADVENT JUKEBOX #5

January 2, 2022 0

LONELY SAILOR was one of my earliest songs, written I think about 1974 or early 1975 on my Tiesco in my Bicton bedroom.  Is it particularly Australian? Well, I think the line ‘I’m a rockout […]

DAVE’S AUSTRALIA DAY JUKEBOX #4

January 2, 2022 0

It was 1980 and I found myself in Los Angeles looking for inspiration for my fourth album. My third album ‘Correct Weight’ had been largely ignored by media and radio, although ‘Wimbledon’ had done quite […]

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