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Brisbane 1960s archivists
Trying to put together the history of Brisbane 1960s music. Most of the information is first-hand. Meticulous in researching the correct info available - work in progress.

I am happy to help,
Thanks
Andrew

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Name:Brisbane 1960s archivists
Joined:2 Oct 2011
Type:Member
Country:  Australia
Location:Brisbane
 
 
Records Added:100
Images Added:236
Comments:113
Lists:1
Ratings:58
 
 
Records Edited:60
Images Edited:0
Biography Edits:2
Forum Posts:89
  

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Brisbane 1960s archivists
19th Dec 2014
Johnny Rivers

A: These Are Not My People
B: Going Back To Big Sur
A side is regularly played on 4KQ's Saturday Jukebox, a show that is been going since 1986.

Brisbane 1960s archivists
11th Dec 2014
The Tee-Set

A: Early In The Morning
B: Nothing Can Ever Change This Love
[YouTube Video]

Brisbane 1960s archivists
7th Nov 2014
Richard Wright And The Vikings

A: Hey Baby
B: Do You See Maria
Hello, Tis Andrew of Primitif Sounds blog - thanks for the info on your brothers. I to wish to know more about your brothers' bands, eighteen months ago Les Crichton help to assemble the Probe together for me to interview - only wish that Harry could've been a part of it.

Brisbane 1960s archivists
4th Nov 2014
Yardbirds

A: Goodnight Sweet Josephine
B: Think About It
Problem Child,

This is what I think about this one. I've seen only two copies, both were offered to me (really nice cond.) - first one was $150 - turned it down - and regretted doin' it; the second $80 which I have agreed to pay for - hopefully will be picking it up on Saturday. The second bloke who offered is an avid collector of Jeff Beck/Eric Clapton, more Rolling Stones than anything else. He told me he has only seen one copy in 30 years. Same as guy one in same amount of time. So I was very lucky to see two in five years or so. Thanks.

Brisbane 1960s archivists
4th Nov 2014
Ross D. Wyllie

A: The Star
B: Do The Uptight
Record Collector, Ross was backed by The Escorts at this stage (1967). Although he recorded two 45s with the Escorts (and is always associated with them) it was the Kodiacs in which he established himself, the Kodiacs went in the r&b them and Ross D. Wyllie stayed with light-hearted pop (he did do r&b/rockers stuff). The Kodiacs became the Down and Out, ca. August 1965, and Ross used backing bands - eventually finding his star (pun intended!)


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The Woolies

A: Love Words
B: Duncan And Brady
RCA Australia101778Jun 19677"0 
The Echoes

A: Bajjad
B: Undecided
W & G AustraliaW&G S-1962Nov 19647"0 
The Rhythm 5

A: Lost Eternity Theme
B: Locomotion
W & G AustraliaWG-S-194619647"0 
The Rhythm 5

A: The Call Of The Faraway Hills
B: Carrot Patch
W & G AustraliaWG-S-185419647"0 
St George's Anglican Church, Maleny, Qld

A1: Be My Love
A2: Lord Jesus Christ
A3: Jesus These Eyes Have Never Seen
B1: Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God Almighty
B2: At The Name Of Jesus
B3: Go Into The World
Soundtrack Australia1966EP0 


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ArtistTrackBrisbane 1960s archivists's Rating
The Everly BrothersLeave My Girl Alone10
The Everly Brothers(You Got) The Power Of Love10
The Ran-DellsMartian Hop10
The Rockin' BerriesWhat In The World's Come Over You10
The Rockin' BerriesFlashback10
The NewbeatsBreak Away (From That Boy)10
The NewbeatsRun, Baby Run (Back Into My Arms)10
LuluHere Comes The Night10
The KinksSet Me Free9
The KinksI Need You10


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