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
▶ 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.
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 Angels - Take A Long Line (Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1978) - The Angels is an Australian rock band that formed in Adelaide, South Australia, in 1974. The band later relocated to Sydney and enjoyed huge local success, clocking up hit singles across four decades.
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!
Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1972: Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs performing live the classic 'Most People I Know' (February, 1972). Artist(s) Origin:Billy Thorpe (born: Manchester, England; re-located to Brisbane, QLD, Australia and Sydney, NSW, Australia). The Aztecs (Sydney, NSW, Australia) Produced By: Label: Havoc Chart Position: # 1 (Australia) Release Date: February, 1972
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