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This page contains various videos relating to the 50s, 60s & 70s including some information clips on some of the more prominent artists of the time.

Click here to access a page that provides information on many different groups and artists, click here to access a list of Australian Music related Television Shows and click here to access information about the Battle of the Sounds

Information Clips

 AC_DCAC/DC Billy THorpeBilly Thorpe Col JoyCol Joy Daddy CoolDaddy Cool Doug ParkinsonDoug Parkinson Glam RockGlam Rock John Paul YoungJohn Paul Young Little PattieLittle Pattie Lonnie LeeLonnie Lee Marcia HinesMarcia Hines Normie RoweNormie Rowe Renee GeyerRenee Geyer Russell MorrisRussell Morris SherbetSherbet SkyhooksSkyhooks Surf MusicSurf Music The Bee GeesThe Bee Gees The EasybeatsThe Easybeats The Loved OnesThe Loved Ones The ThunderbirdsThe Thunderbirds The TwilightsThe Twilights Women in RockWomen in Rock

Documentaries and Shows

  Australian Music Stars of the 60's <br>- Part 1Australian Music Stars of the 60's
- Part 1of 4
Australian Music Stars of the 60's <br>- Part 2Australian Music Stars of the 60's
- Part 2 of 4
Australian Music Stars of the 60's <br>- Part 3Australian Music Stars of the 60's
- Part 3 of 4
Australian Music Stars of the 60's <br>- Part 4Australian Music Stars of the 60's
- Part 4 of 4
ABC TV 'Four Corners' (1966) -Go-Go Where (Teenage Culture in 1966)Go-Go Where (Teenage Culture in 1966)Melbourne SharpiesMelbourne SharpiesLove Is In The Air - The Countdown Influence - YouTubeLove Is In The Air - The Countdown Influence A New World For Sure - Tune in, Turn On, Drop Out -Youth Culture in the 60sTune in, Turn On, Drop Out - Youth Culture in the 60s Australian Music Documentary (Part 1)Australian Music Documentary
- Part 1 of 3
Australian Music Documentary <br>= Part 2Australian Music Documentary
- Part 2 of 3
Australian Music Documentary (Part 3)Australian Music Documentary
- Part 3 of 3
Adelaide Nightlife In The Sixties - News Story From 1967Adelaide Nightlife In The Sixties - News Story From 1967 Aquarius Festiva - Nimbin 1973Aquarius Festival
- Nimbin 1973
Bon Scott - A TributeBon Scott - A Tribute

 

Johnny O'Keefe - The Wild One

  JOK - The Wild One (Part 1)The Wild One
Part 1 of 4
JOK - The Wild One (Part 2)The Wild One
Part 2 of 4
JOK - The Wild One (Part 3)The Wild One
Part 3 of 4
JOK - The Wild One (Part 4)The Wild One
Part 4 of 4

 

Friday On My Mind - The Story of the Easybeats

  Friday On My Mind <br>- The Story of the Easybeats (Part 1)Friday On My Mind
Part 1 of 4
Friday On My Mind <br>- The Story of the Easybeats (Part 2)Friday On My Mind
Part 2 of 4
Friday On My Mind <br>- The Story of the Easybeats (Part 3)Friday On My Mind
Part 3 of 4
Friday On My Mind <br>- The Story of the Easybeats (Part 4)Friday On My Mind
Part 4 of 4

 

Easybeats Spectacular - 1966 Coca-Cola TV Special
This "Easybeats TV Spectacular", hosted by Billy Thorpe, was a farewell to the Easybeats who were leaving Australia
for London where they would be recording at Abbey Road Studios  

  Easybeats - Part 1Easybeats Concert
- Part 1
Easybeats - Part 2Easybeats Concert
- Part 2

Includes: The Easybeats: "She's So Fine," "Wedding Ring," "I'll Make You Happy," "I Can See," "Sorry," "Easy as Can Be,"
"Someday Somewhere," "In My Book," "Come and See Her," "Women," "Too Much," "For My Woman," "A Very Special Man,"
"Make Life Sweet with Coca Cola." Other artists; Tony Worsley and the Fabulous Blue Jays:
"Raining In My Heart" and "Knocking on Wood." Janice Slater: "We're Doing Fine" and "If You Don't Think."

 

The Masters Apprentices - Turn Up Your Video

  Master's Apprentices - Turn Up Your Video (Part 1 of 4)Turn Up Your Video
Part 1 of 4
Master's Apprentices - Turn Up Your Video (Part 2 of 4)Turn Up Your Video
Part 2 of 4
Master's Apprentices - Turn Up Your Video (Part 3 of 4)Turn Up Your Video
Part 3 of 4
Master's Apprentices - Turn Up Your Video (Part 4 of 4)Turn Up Your Video
Part 4 of 4
Masters Apprentices _ Turn Up Your Radio (1995)Masters Apprentices (Reunion)
- Turn Up Your Radio (1995)

 

Countdown

  Countdown 1975 (First Colour Ep) (Part 1) (G)First Colour Episode (1975)
Part 1 of 3
    Countdown 1975 (First Colour Ep) (Part 2) (G)First Colour Episode (1975)
Part 2 of 3
  Countdown 1975 (First Colour Ep) (Part 3) (G)First Colour Episode (1975)
Part 3 of 3
What is Countdown?What is
Countdown?

 

Hit Scene

  Hit Scene - 24 May 1969 - Part 1 of 324 May 1969
- Part 1 of 3
  Hit Scene - 24 May 1969 - Part 2 of 324 May 1969
- Part 2 of 3
  Hit Scene - 24 May 1969 - Part 3 of 324  May 1969
- Part 3 of 3
31 May 1969 - Part 1 of 331 May 1969
- Part 1 of 3
  Hit Scene - 31 May 1969 - Part 2 of 331 May 1969
- Part 2 of 3
  31 May 1969 - Part 3 of 331 May 1969
- Part 3 of 3
  12 July 1969 - Part 1 of 312 July 1969
- Part 1 of 3
  12 July 1969 - Part 2 of 312 July 1969
- Part 2 of 3
  12 July 1969 - Part 3 of 312 July 1969
- Part 3 of 3
 Hit Scene - 16 August 1969 - Part 1 of 316 August 1969
- Part 1 of 3
  Hit Scene - 16 August 1969 - Part 2 of 316 August 1969
- Part 2 of 3
  Hit Scene - 16 August 1969 - Part 3 of 316 August 1969
- Part 3 of 3
  8 November 1969 - Part 1 of 38 November 1969
- Part 1 of 3
  8 November 1969 - Part 2 of 38 November 1969
- Part 2 of 3
8 November 1969 - Part 3 of 38 November 1969
- Part 3 of 3

 

The Go!! Show
Click here to download an History of the Go!! Show publication

Here are seven full episodes of The Go!! Show. Be patient as they each may take a while to load

  The Go Show - Episode 98The Go!! Show
- Episode 97
The Go Show - Episode 100The Go!! Show
- Episode 100
The Go Show - Episode 103The Go!! Show
- Episode 103
Episode 105The Go!! Show
- Episode 105
Episode 107The Go!! Show
- Episode 107
Episode 112The Go!! Show
- Episode 112
Episode 117The Go!! Show
- Episode 117

 

Below are some clips from the Go!! Show reunion concert held in Melbourne in 2013.
These are  webcam clips filmed from an audience perspective - the video could be better but the sound is great

  Brian Cadd and Ronnie Charles Brian Cadd & Ronnie Charles Brian Cadd and Glenn ShorrockBrian Cadd & Glenn Shorrock Brian CaddBrian Cadd Colleen HewettColleen Hewett Dinah LeeDinah Lee Johnny YoungJohnny Young Ronnie Burns and Johnny YoungRonnie Burns & Johnny Young Ronnie BurnsRonnie Burns Ross D. WyllieRoss D. Wyllie Tony Worsley Tony Worsley

 

Ourimbah (Pilgrimage for Pop) Festival
The "Pilgrimage For Pop", Australia's first rock festival, was held on the Australia Day long weekend in January 1970.
The venue was the farm of Lt Colonel Henry Nicholls at Ourimbah, near Gosford, on the NSW central coast, just north of Sydney.
Below are some music clips taken from the film Once Around the Sun - inspired by the Ourimbah Festival

Billy Thorpe and the AztecsBilly Thorpe & The Aztecs
- It is the Season of the Witch
ChainChain
- Sweet Little Angel
Hans PoulsenHans Poulsen
- The Realisation of Riverboat Ray
Jeff St.John and CopperwineJeff St.John & Copperwine
- Teach Me How to Fly
Jeff St.John and Copperwine2Jeff St.John & Copperwine
- I"m Losing You
Leo De Castro and FriendsLeo De Castro & Friends
- Great Balls of Fire
Leo De Castro and Friends 2Leo De Castro & Friends
- Jenny, Jenny
Max Merritt and The MeteorsMax Merritt & The Meteors
- Lay a Little Love on Me
TullyTully
- The Paradise of Perfect Silence
Wendy Saddington and Company CaineWendy Saddington & Company Caine
- Nobody Knows When You're Down and Out

 

Sing Sing Sing
Here are two full episodes of Sing Sing Sing hosted by Johnny O'Keefe. Be patient as they each may take a while to load
(Please note: the quality of the video is not great)

  Sing Sing Sing - 31-01-64 (Part 1)Sing Sing Sing - 31-01-64 (Part 1) Sing Sing Sing - 31-01-64 (Part 2)Sing Sing Sing - 31-01-64 (Part 2) Sing Sing Sing - 14-02-64 (Part 1)Sing Sing Sing - 14-02-64 (Part 1) Sing Sing Sing - 14-02-64 (Part 2)Sing Sing Sing - 14-02-64 (Part 2)


Highlights include: Episode 1: U.S. chart toppers Paul and Paula performing "Hey Paula," "We Go Together," and "Flipped Over You."
Australian artists include: the Hall Brothers who perform "Hey Little Cobra." The Renegades do their boss surf instrumental "Kahuna"
(also includes cool surfing footage). Robert Helpman: "Surfer Doll." Paul West: "Who Needs Her," "I'm Coming Down."
The Taylor Sisters: "What Are We Gonna Do In 1964?" "Girls Grow Up Faster Than Boys." Dig Richards: "Little Boxes," "Don't Do That."
Johnny O’Keefe: "I Can Dance," "Come Dance With Me," "Mockingbird." Graham Hawthorne: "What Kind Of Fool Am I." Vicki Horton: "Dance On."

Episode 2: The turban-wearing RaJas who perfrom "I Want to Hold Your Hand," "Roll Over Beethoven" and "I Saw Her Standing There."
Rod Stanton: "Bossa Nova Baby." Johnny O’Keefe: "Surfin' Bird." Barry Stanton: "My Baby Left Me."
Also, Colin Cook: "Promises." Rod Dunbar: "It's Time We Parted." The Pony Tails: "South Town USA."
Jenny King: "You Don't Own Me." George Tarrant: "Billy Baby."

 

Dig We Must
This is the only surviving episode of this show

  Dig We Must - Nov 1965 (Part 1)(1)Dig We Must
- 21st Dec 1966 (Part 1))
Dig We Must - Nov 1965 (Part 2).mp4(1)Dig We Must
- 21st Dec 1966 (Part 2))

 Performers include: The Sound of Brass: "Trumpet Blues." The Beat Girls: "These Boots Are Made For Walking."
The New Chord Trio
: "Medley." Bobby & Laurie: "Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)." Ray Hoff: "Bama Lama Bama Loo."
Barry Greenwood, Bev Harrell
: "What Am I Doing Here With You?" Tony Barber and Cast: "With A Little Bit of Luck."
The Creations
: "He's The Boy I Love." Barry Greenwood: "Maria." Tony Barber: "Since My Canary Died."
The Rondells
: "You'd Better Run." Idris Jones, Judy Jacques: "You've Got Your Troubles."
Ronnie Burns
: "Got To Get You Into My Life." Cast: "With A Little Bit of Luck reprise."

 

Uptight & Happening 71

  Uptight Episode (1971)Uptight Episode (1971) Happening 71 (1971)Happening 71 (1971) Happening 71 <br>- Another Episode (1971)Happening 71
- Another Episode (1971)
 
  Daddy Cool, Easybeats, Town Criers, Ian Turpie, Johnny Young, Max Merrit, Normie Rowe, Procession, Ronnie Burns, Russell Morris, Strangers, The Twilights
 
The Carpenters, Colleen Hewett, Johnny Farnham,  The Masters Apprentices, Russell Morris, The Proclaimers The Frieze, Peter McKenna, The Flying Circus, Izzy Dye, Hannagan, The Rondells, Johnny Farnham, Lee Conway, The Jackson Five, Red Time, Ted Mulry, Sherbert, Allison Durbin, Company Caine,
 
 

 

National Bandstand
This show was recorded live at the Capitol Theatre, Perth, Australia in 1965. The  audience are screaming and jumping all over the place
The groups are completely inspired by the Liverpool Beat & British invasion and are really giving it their all!
(These videos may take a while to load)

  concert - part 1Concert
- Part 1
concert - part 2Concert
- Part 2

Concert - Part 1
1. Max Merritt and the Meteors - Dizzy Miss Lizzy   2. Lynne Randell - It's Alright   3. Jade Hurley - How I Lied  
4. Ray Brown and the Whispers - Gloria,  Twenty Miles, Pride  & In The Midnight Hour
5, Paul Wayne - Be My Baby & Treat Her Right   6. Merv Benton - It's Love Baby (24 Hours a Day) & Cincinnati Fireball
7. Lynne Randell - Be Sure   8. Bryan Davies - I Don't Like To Be Alone & It Ain't Me Babe
9. Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs - Funny Face, My Girl Josephine, Poison Ivy
10. Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs and the whole cast perform Mashed Potato

Concert - Part 2
1. Paul Wayne - Somebody To Love   2. Max Merritt and the Meteors - Medley including Hound Dog, Tutti Frutti, Do Wah Diddy Diddy and Justine
3. Jade Hurley - Lucille   4. Lynne Randell - Hang On Sloopy   5. Bryan Davies - It Ain't Me Babe   6. Bryan Davies - What'd I Say
7. Paul Wayne - That's All   8. Ray Brown and The Whispers - Now Is The Time,  Devoted To You, Pride & Fool, Fool, Fool
9. Digger Revell - Everyday   10. Merv Benton - Come On And Get Me & Do The Shimmy Shimmy
11. Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs - Poison Ivy, Somewhere Over The Rainbow, Hallelujah I Love Her So, Twilight Time & Shout

 

 

Six O'Clock Rock

 
Six O'Clock Rock was an Australian Rock and Roll television show which was produced by Peter Page and showed on ABC from 28 February 1959 to 1962 at 6PM on Saturday evenings. The show initially opened with American girl Ricki Merriman as compère and Johnny O'Keefe and his band The Dee Jays as guests. However, after six shows O'Keefe took over the hosting role. Many entertainers got their first big exposure on 6 O'Clock Rock including Lonnie Lee, Barry Stanton, Warren Williams and The Delltones who debuted on this show. O'Keefe left the show in 1961 to move to ATN-7 to host the more elaborately produced Johnny O'Keefe Show. Tanya Haynesworth & Chet Clark took over the hosting role until 6 O'Clock Rock closed in 1962 after having moved to a 'softer' format with O'Keefe's departure. Very little footage of the original programs remains and below are four partial episodes
 
 
    Six O'Clock Rock - 1 August 1959Six O'Clock Rock
- 1 August 1959
Six O'Clock Rock - 7 May 1960Six O'Clock Rock
- 7 May 1960
Six O'Clock Rock - 17 December 1960Six O'Clock Rock
- 17 December 1960
Six O'Clock Rock - 1960sSix O'Clock Rock
- Late 1960s (Date Unknown)


 

Where The Action Is

 
Where The Action Is was an Australian television show that aired from January 1966 - November 1966 It starred Johnny O'Keefe and was produced by the newly launched TEN Network. The concept revolved around O'Keefe travelling to locations around Sydney, and later in the show's run, around Australia. Each episode would feature guest stars that would sing many of their current hits. The show marked O'Keefe's return to Australian television following the cancellation of his previous show Sing, Sing, Sing in 1965  A combination of O'Keefe's waning popularity, budget constraints, and technical limitations at the new station meant the show was unsuccessful and was cancelled within the same year it commenced. It was the last television series to be hosted by O'Keefe  and only one episode is known to exist.
 
 
  Where the Action IsWhere the Action Is


 

The Beatles In Australia
The Beatles in Australia had a major impact on the Australian music scene,
Here is the Melbourne 1964 Festival Hall performance in its entirety as well as a documentary of their tour.
For convenience sake, the concert is also also presented in five different sections

    The Beatles  Live in Melbourne (1964) - Complete Concert including Support ActsThe Beatles Live in Melbourne (1964)
- Complete Concert including Support Acts
Support Acts for The Beatles Live in Melbourne Australian Support Acts for The Beatles Live in Melbourne (Johnny Devlin & Johnny Chester) Sounds Incorporated Support Act for The Beatles Live in Melbourne Sounds Incorporated as a Support Act for The Beatles Live in Melbourne The Beatles  Live in Melbourne (1964) - Part 1 of 3The Beatles Live in Melbourne (1964)
- Part 1 of 3
The Beatles  Live in Melbourne (1964) - Part 2 of 3The Beatles Live in Melbourne (1964)
- Part 2 of 3
The Beatles  Live in Melbourne (1964) - Part 3 of 3The Beatles Live in Melbourne (1964)
- Part 3 of 3
The Beatles Tour in Australia - Documentary and Concert Footage (1964)The Beatles Tour in Australia
- Documentary and Concert Footage (1964)
  

 

Blood + Thunder - The Sound Of Alberts
Through the 1960's, 70's and 80's, Albert Productions created a house of hits in Australia that literally changed the sound of Australian
popular music. Under the guidance of Ted Albert and songwriters/producer Harry Vanda and George Young, Alberts became a family of
artists such as Billy Thorpe, The Easybeats, Stevie Wright, AC/DC, Rose Tattoo, The Angels, John Paul Young, TMG and others,
who conquered the charts and achieved international acclaim. The sound they made wasn't always 'nice'. The Alberts guitar sound was like
a throbbing V8 motor, the sound of the tough migrant suburbs that it emanated from. It was anti-authority, hard-living suburban
young Australia at its most confident and exciting. The sound of working class good times.

  Blood + Thunder  The Sound Of Alberts Part 1Blood + Thunder
The Sound Of Alberts
Part 1
Blood + Thunder  The Sound Of Alberts Part 2Blood + Thunder
The Sound Of Alberts
Part 2

 

 

Interviews and Reports

  Aquarius Arts Festival - Nimbin (1971)Aquarius Arts Festival - Nimbin (1971) Australian Rolling Stone Magazine Editor (1972)Australian Rolling Stone Magazine Editor (1972) Barry Gibb (1970)sBarry Gibb (1970) Billy Thorpe and The Aztecs and Lobby Loyde (1970)Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs and Lobby Loyde (1970) Billy Thorpe Interview (1973)Billy Thorpe Interview (1973) Billy Thorpe Interview (1974)Billy Thorpe Interview (1974) Daddy Cool (1971)Daddy Cool (1971) Easybeats (1969)Easybeats (1969) Folkies - The Sydney Folk Scene (1970)Folkies - The Sydney Folk Scene (1970) Go-Set Magazine Interview (1969)Go-Set Magazine Interview (1969) Greg Quill Interview (1971)Greg Quill Interview (1971) John J Francis Interview (1973)John J Francis Interview (1973) Johnny Farnham (1971)Johnny Farnham (1971) Lindsay Bjerre (1970)Lindsay Bjerre (1970) Lindsay Bourke Interview (1971)Lindsay Bourke Interview (1971) Maureen Phillips Interview (1970)Maureen Phillips Interview (1970) Max Merritt and the Meteors Interview (1970)Max Merritt & The Meteors Interview (1970) Message from NimbinMessage from Nimbin Molly Meldrum - Australian Pop Scene (1971)Molly Meldrum - Australian Pop Scene (1971) Music Piracy (1976)Music Piracy (1976) The New Seekers Interview (1972)The New Seekers Interview (1972) Nimbin Coordination Co-opNimbin Coordination Co-op Nutwood Rug Interview (1971)Nutwood Rug Interview (1971) Nostradamus (1971)Nostradamus (1971) The Seekers InterviewThe Seekers
- Interview on Club 17
Sherbet Interview (1972)Sherbet Interview (1972) Sherbet Interview (1974)Sherbet Interview (1974) Skyhooks Interview (1975)Skyhooks Interview (1975) Skyhooks Interview <br>with Mike Willesee (1975)Skyhooks Interview
with Mike Willesee (1975)
Split Enz Interview (1975)Split Enz Interview (1975) The New Seekers Interview (1970)The New Seekers Interview (1970) The Wizard (Ian Channell) (1970)The Wizard (Ian Channell) (1970) Youth Culture Documentary - Part 1 (1967)Youth Culture Documentary - Part 1 (1967) Youth Culture Documentary - Part 2 (1967Youth Culture Documentary - Part 2 (1967 Surf RockSurf Rock The Dawn of Music FestivalsThe Dawn of Music Festivals

 

 

Bits and Pieces

  Gough Whitlam - 'ALP' - 'Its Time' Election Jingle.Gough Whitlam (ALP)
- 'Its Time' Election Jingle
Whitlam Policy SpeechWhitlam's 1972
Policy Speech
Norman Gunston <br>at 'The Dismissal'Norman Gunston at
"The Dismissal" (1975)
Rock Around The Clock - 6PM Australian All StarsRock Around The Clock - 6PM Australian All Stars 50 Years Of Australian Rock & Roll50 Years Of Australian Rock & Roll The Beat Girls from Dig We MustThe Beat Girls
from Dig We Must
Dig We Must - Introduction 1966Dig We Must
- Introduction 1966
35 Years of Television- Music.35 Years of Television Music GO GO DANCING 1966 AT THE KOMMOTION KLUB Go Go Dancing at the Kommotion Club Various Australian Music Shows (1960's)Various Australian Music Shows of the 1960's
Adelaide Night - Life In The Sixties (1967)Adelaide Night
- Life In The Sixties (1967)
Commercials from Australia in the 60sCommercials from
Australia in the 60s
Go-Go Where - ABC TV 'Four Corners' (1966) _Go-Go Where
- ABC TV 'Four Corners' (1966) _
Sharpies and Mods - Melbourne 1966Sharpies & Mods
- Melbourne 1966
Hi Fi Club Introduction - Bert Newton (GTV-9, 1960)Hi Fi Club Introduction
- Bert Newton
(GTV-9, 1960)
3XY - 21 Years of Rock n Roll (1977)3XY - 21 Years
of Rock n' Roll (1977)
Hoadley's Battle of the Sounds 1971. Finalists (Fraternity, Sherbet and Jeff St. (John)Hoadley's Battle of
the Sounds 1971 Finalists
(Fraternity, Sherbet & Jeff St.John)
Quite a Party - The Story of Melbourne Rock n RollQuite a Party -
The Story of Melbourne Rock n Roll
Uptight Go-Set Commercial, with Ian Molly Meldrum (ATV-O, 1968)Uptight Go-Set Commercial, with Ian Molly Meldrum (ATV-O, 1968)

 

Australian Coca-Cola Ads Featuring Famous Artists of the 60s & 70s

Coca-Coa - 1962 StyleCoca-Coa
- 1962 Style
Coca-Cola - Billy ThorpeCoca-Cola
- Billy Thorpe
Coca-Cola - Billy Thorpe and The AztecsCoca-Cola
- Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs
Coca-Cola -  Brian CaddCoca-Cola
- Brian Cadd
Coca Cola commercial - Australian - 70's (Doug Parkinson)Coca-Cola
- Doug Parkinson
  Coca-Cola - Doug ParkinsonCoca-Cola
- Doug Parkinson
Coca-Cola - DragonCoca-Cola
- Dragon
Coca-Cola - The ExecutivesCoca-Cola
- The Executives
Coca-Cola - Ronnie BurnsCoca-Cola
- Ronnie Burns
Coca-Cola -  Sherbet  (30 sec)Coca-Cola
- Sherbet (30 sec)
Coca-Cola - SherbertCoca-Cola
- Sherbert (60 sec)
The Valentines (with Bon Scott) - Coca Cola Jingle (1969)Coca-Cola
- The Valentines (with Bon Scott (1969)
The Zoot -  Coke AdCoca-Cola
-The Zoot
Coca-Cola - Milk Bar RetrospectiveCoca-Cola
- Milk Bar Retrospective

 

 

Various Podcasts of Australian and New Zealand Artists of the 60s & 70s
These podcasts come from the 88.3 Southern Bay Community Radio show Purple Haze
Their website can be accessed by clicking here
 
 
 
 
 
Various Podcasts from RareCollections
These podcasts come from the Radio National show hosted by Jordie and David Kilby which aims to present untold stories from Australian music history
Their website can be accessed by clicking here
 
 
 

 

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