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How about this absolute classic ...

 

 

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And the highest spot for an Aussie band on the US billboard charts all-time (no.3)

None other than ...

 

 

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Back in the day the 'hooks were the best

This is possibly their best song for all sorts of reasons ... not the least for Shirl's distinctive vocals - the bloke really could sing.

From 'Ego' ...

 

 

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More Pub Rock ...

 

 

 

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On 9/24/2018 at 11:23 PM, layzie said:

 

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A couple from the Kaiser Chiefs ...

 

 

 

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On 1/8/2018 at 4:56 PM, nutbean said:

yes and no.

The Caravan Club is no more ( don't get me started on the committee that runs the venue - grrrr)

The owner is opening a new venue at the South Oakleigh Club called "The Phoenix Lounge" - Due to open April.

 

Have you graced the "new" Caravan Club with your presence yet Nut ? Saw Mick Thomas there a week or two ago (he was fantastic as usual). Very different experience from the previous venue

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On 8/25/2018 at 12:44 AM, Macca said:

Back in the day the 'hooks were the best

This is possibly their best song for all sorts of reasons ... not the least for Shirl's distinctive vocals - the bloke really could sing.

From 'Ego' ...

 

 

One of my favourite basslines to play when I were a young fella. Ripping song

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Not sure we've had any Beach Boys posted ... as always, great harmonies. 

 

 

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I Want You (She’s So Heavy)

 

Abbey Road album artworkWritten by: Lennon-McCartney
Recorded: 22 February; 18, 20 April; 8, 11 August 1969
Producers: George Martin, Glyn Johns, Chris Thomas
Engineers: Barry Sheffield, Jeff Jarratt, Tony Clark, Geoff Emerick, Phil McDonald

Released: 26 September 1969 (UK), 1 October 1969 (US)

John Lennon: vocals, lead guitar, organ, Moog synthesiser
Paul McCartney: backing vocals, bass
George Harrison: backing vocals, lead guitar
Ringo Starr: drums, congas
Billy Preston: Hammond organ

 

Read more here ... I Want You (She’s So Heavy)

 

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The obsessiveness of the lyrics is reflected in the repetitiveness of the music. The song contains the same phrases played over a number of rhythmic, tempo and time signature variations. Perhaps the sheer otherness of I Want You explains why it was so well-liked by all members of The Beatles.

Most remarkable, however, is the grinding three-minute finale, featuring Lennon's and Harrison's massed overdubbed guitars multitracked many times over the same relentless chord pattern, which was slashed at full volume to give the impression that it could have gone on forever. Lennon also used the white noise generator from a Moog synth to get the howling wind effect.

 

 

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A bit shameless self promotion here... my band Los Romeos Oxidados recorded live at the Marrickville (Sydney) bar known as The Gasoline Pony, covering a Lefty Frizzell tune "Watcha Gonna Do Leroy" (maybe not everybody's cup of tea, but a bit of fun nevertheless) - note also, if you hang on after this tune finishes, there are six more clips of varying lengths that will start up automatically (starting with our version of King Crimson's 21st Century Schizoid Man); but be warned, production values were thrown out of the window and we're probably fortunate that we weren't as well!:
 

 

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On 1/3/2019 at 11:31 PM, Go the Biff said:

One of my favourite basslines to play when I were a young fella. Ripping song

Check this out Biff

 

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1 hour ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Check this out Biff

 

Great, great find SWYL.  i found that fascinating. Was cool seeing them "unmasked", just making music in the studio. Kinda fun to hear the mistakes too - your ears are so tuned to how the record sounds that anything out of whack really stands out. I've only dabbled with recording but it;s a bloody unforgiving & often laborious process. Cool seeing Ross Wilson's role as producer.

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11 hours ago, Go the Biff said:

Great, great find SWYL.  i found that fascinating. Was cool seeing them "unmasked", just making music in the studio. Kinda fun to hear the mistakes too - your ears are so tuned to how the record sounds that anything out of whack really stands out. I've only dabbled with recording but it;s a bloody unforgiving & often laborious process. Cool seeing Ross Wilson's role as producer.

Yes i found that in The ABC archive many years ago. Great Band “The Hookers”  They could really play in the studio and live. 
in the studio you have to get it perfect, because that is the way it will stay forever. 
“Love’s not good enough” was always a favourite long before i found this gem

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One of the few benefits of the lockdown is some of the music on Youtube...Tom Bukovac is one of Nashville's top session players. His wife Sarah is a singer & writer.

He's a big prog fan so not surprisingly has covered an early Genesis tune and another from Jethro Tull...enjoy

"Ripples" - Genesis

 

"Wond'ring Aloud" - Jethro Tull

 

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On 4/12/2020 at 10:54 PM, rjay said:

 

One of the few benefits of the lockdown is some of the music on Youtube...Tom Bukovac is one of Nashville's top session players. His wife Sarah is a singer & writer.

He's a big prog fan so not surprisingly has covered an early Genesis tune and another from Jethro Tull...enjoy

"Ripples" - Genesis

 

"Wond'ring Aloud" - Jethro Tull

 

If you're into country music rjay, I'd assume you've heard these guys, but if not, enjoy:
 

 

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