Music from Australian and New Zealand in the year 1969: Flying Circus' promo-film for the hit single 'La La', taken from the 1969 album 'Flying Circus'. Band Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia Track: La La Album: Flying Circus Composed By: Produced By: Label: EMI/Columbia Chart Position: # 10 (Australia) Release Date: May, 1969 Footage Information: Links: - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_C... - http://www.milesago.com/Artists/circu... Fly Circus, Australian Music, 1969, Music Archives, Hit Single, Monty Python, Sounds Track, Rocks Music, Aussies Rocks
Doug Parkinson In Focus - Dear Prudence (1969) Music from Australian and New Zealand in the year 1969: Doug Parkinson In Focus' promo-film for the hit single 'Dear Prudence' (Beatles cover - May 1969), which later appeared on the 1969 EP 'Doug Parkinson In Focus'. Band Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia Track: Dear Prudence EP: Doug Parkinson In Focus
▶ The Throb - "Fortune Teller" (1966) The Throb were a briefly existing Australian R&B and rock band from the mid-1960s. The Throb formed in Sydney in 1965 with the line up of John Bell (lv,rg), Denny Burgess (bg,v), Peter Figures (d), Marty Van Wynk (lg).
▶ Hush - 'Bony Maronie' (1975) - Hush were formed, with Keith Lamb on vocals, in the Sydney suburb of Seven Hills in 1971 as a five piece band including a keyboardist. Keyboardist Chris Nolan - Line-up: Keith Lamb (V), Les Gock (G), Rick Lum (B), Chris Pailthorpe (D)
The La De Das - All Along The Watch Tower (1971) originally a New Zealand band, by the 1970's the La De Da's were a composite of some original members plus Australian musicians. In this video Kevin borich, Phil Keys and English born drummer Keith Barber.
Jeff St. John - Teach Me How To Fly (1972) | Jeff St. John & Copperwine performing on the hit single 'Teach Me How To Fly' (November, 1970) taken from the 1970 album 'Joint Effort'. Note: This was performed in 1972. Artist(s) Origin: Sydney, NSW, Australia Produced By: Label: Festival Chart Position: # 3 (Sydney), # 12 (Melbourne) Release Date: November, 1970
Mick Jagger. They were considered to be symbols of rebellious youth in their mid-1960s heyday, and were portrayed as the "Anti-Beatles". During this time they scored a string of hit singles, many reaching the top of the international charts, particularly in the UK and US. They received a great deal of backlash upon the release of Their Satanic Majesties Request (1967), created as a reaction to The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.