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  2. Mazujind
    The first single from it, Living In The 70s, was released in August and went top ten in Melbourne. It was followed in October by an album of the same name. The Melbourne Observer hailed it as the ‘opening chapter of Australian rock history’ and certainly Greg Macainish’s lyrics about the contemporary urban landscape were novel and striking.
  3. Faejar
    Rock. Learn about the artists, studios, and techniques that built rock and roll. Plus, find news, trivia, and roundups of the best rock albums and tracks.
  4. Zolozahn
    Again, carefully selected by compilation producer Brent James, Volume 5 brings together more all-time Aussie Classics and rare titles representing the three decades 60s,70s and 80s – arguably our most creative and formative years for Australian music - containing seldom reissued titles or in many cases never before issued on CD.
  5. Kigahn
    Boogie! Australian Blues, R&B And Heavy Rock From The '70s From Blackfeather - Enjoy all the music albums and top video tracks of Blackfeather here on Frogtoon Music. Video Tracks include: At The Mountains Of Madness, Seasons Of Change Part 1, On This Day That I Die, Long Legged Lovely, Mangos Theme Part 2, The Rat (Suite), Boppin' the Blues, Seasons Of Change, Gimme Shelter, The .
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    Dec 13,  · This playlist tracks Australian rock & pop songlines with roots in the s. Introducing a primal sense of place, deeply ritualistic Aussie pub rock meets art funk in Hunters & Collectors’ moody ‘Talking to a Stranger’ (), lyrics enigmatically referencing Baudelaire, imagined as one of the finest music videos ever made.
  8. Shalrajas
    Stuffed with 20 cross-licensed tracks, each disc pushes the minute limit, and the songs -- although generally obvious -- are well chosen. It's a terrific overview of the decade's R&B, with upbeat pop, ballads, funk, and even disco sharing space. The selections emphasize radio hits, so none of George Clinton's many projects get the nod.
  9. Felrajas
    Aussie Rock of the Seventies - The Live Tracks, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in on World Wide (catalog no. SPM-WWR-CD; CD)/5(8).

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