Month: September 2017

Powderfinger – Vulture Street

World Class Powderfinger hail from sunny Brisbane in Queensland, which explains the title of their fifth album is named for a main road south of the city in their hometown. I covered their first big album (second studio album) previously when it was released for the first time on vinyl last year. The Release This […]

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David Bowie – Hunky Dory

Oh you pretty thing Back in 1971 David Bowie wasn’t the super star that he would go on to become.  In fact, as  acclaimed as “Hunky Dory” is today, it was the work of a reasonably unheralded artist when it was recorded and initially released. In fact, it took the sensational success of Bowie’s next […]

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The Doors – L.A Woman

Sounds of the 70s If you were a child of the 1980s like I was, and you happened to watch every episode of  “The Wonder Years”, then I imagine you’ve heard plenty of music by The Doors. Even if you didn’t share my upbringing, there’s a lot to recommend American poet Jim Morrison and his […]

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The Rolling Stones – 12×5

12×5 Reasons ..to like early Rolling Stones.  This band requires no introduction. This is their second album (US) but as it turns out, also their second album in Australia. The Release This album, much like their debut, is mostly a collection of covers from contemporary artists.  My two favourite tracks would likely have to be […]

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