DAVE’S AUSTRALIA ADVENT JUKEBOX #28

January 26, 2022 0

CONVICT STREAK Finally the endpoint has arrived, the last track on the Australia Day Jukebox for this year. No surprises. There are many Aussie songs I’ve written that I could’ve added: Beneath The Southern Cross, […]

DAVE’S AUSTRALIA DAY ADVENT JUKEBOX #27

January 25, 2022 0

SUBURBAN ROCK Recorded live at Bombay Rock 1978 this shows how powerful the band was. Wonderful musicianship from all involved, remarkable bass from Paul Noonan, great skins Howie, Leopard sounding like the heir to Hendrix, […]

DAVE’S AUSTRALIA DAY ADVENT JUKEBOX #26

January 24, 2022 0

MONSTER’S BACK This is one of my oldest songs though of course it is constantrly updated. It started in 1974 to mark the return of Pus and then has morphed through the decades while retianing […]

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 #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 […]

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