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The Flying Circus - La La (1969) - bubblegum from Oz

The La De Das - All Along The Watch Tower (1971)

▶ Cold Chisel - Breakfast At Sweethearts (1979) - Cold Chisel is a rock band that originated in Adelaide, Australia. It had chart success from the late 70s up until their most recent album releases since 2011, with nine albums making the Australian top ten. Its success and acclaim was almost completely restricted to Australia and New Zealand.

▶ Axiom - My Baby's Gone (Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1971) - Axiom were a rock band formed in Melbourne, Australia in 1969 and included musicians Glenn Shorrock and Brian Cadd. Axiom's formation was a by-product of the annual Hoadley's Battle of the Sounds in which the top Australian bands of the day performed in front of judges for the prize of a paid return trip to London.

Doug Parkinson In Focus - Dear Prudence (1969)

Nick Cave - Sydney Opera House Feb 2013

Ed Kuepper - The Way I Made You Feel (1992)

John Butler Trio - Treat Yo Mama - live at Wave Aid - 2005

The Go-Betweens - Cattle and Cane

Cold Chisel- Bow River

The Angels - Take A Long Line (1978)

V. SPY V. SPY - DON'T TEAR IT DOWN

Fingerboard Chart. Play around on this site, they have an interactive fingerboard that shows you finger placement. Very helpful!

1969 TV Guide Ad Bewitched Flying Nun That Girl ABC TV Thursday Night Promo Ad

FABULOUS | Under Pressure (A-Capella) - Only Vocals - Freddy Mercury and David Bowie

The Twist was THE dance in 1962. This year, Chubby Checker’s 1961 recording of "The Twist" returned to the Billboard charts as the #1 song for the year. "The Twist" was so popular that many other artists recorded songs about the dance, with seven other twist songs becoming hits in 1962!

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds "Higgs Boson Blues" Sydney Opera House Feb 2013

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Water's Edge - Sydney Opera House, February 2013

La vie en rose - Louis Armstrong

Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs - Most People I Know Think That I'm Crazy (1972)