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    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: - -

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I mean, seriously, who could resist you?

▶ 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.

An amazing tribute to the legendary/iconic rock band Led Zeppelin. Heart did a FANTASTIC job singing "Stairway to Heaven" backed by a gospel choir and with the late John Bonham's son, Jason Bonham, on drums - brought Robert Plant to tears as he sat with Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones. Very moving indeed - wish I could have been there!