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  1. Yojind
    W.O.C.K On Vinyl - Bruce Woodley: The A.N.Z Bank Travelling Man () Before things get too serious here at Rock On Vinyl, I thought it might be fun to post a song / album at the end of each month, that could be categorized as being either W eird, O bscure, C razy or just plain K orny.
  2. Nem
    A Thousand Miles Away 4 The Lights of Cobb & Co 5 I Am Australian (Overture) 6 The Bush Girl 7 Roaring Days 8 Waltzing Matilda 9 I Am Australian (Re-Recorded Version) 10 Break of Day 11 Ballad of Working Man 12 I Am Australian 13 The Man from Snowy River 14 Flash Jack from Gundagai /5(1).
  3. Samusar
    They self-released an EP of songs, 'Bicycle', and gave it away on their summer /95 tour of NSW and Queensland. Radio station Triple J received a copy of the 'Bicycle' EP on Christmas Day and put the lead track "Mr Natural" on immediate heavy rotation.
  4. Ker
    The day was a roaring success and the well-known rock magazine “Go Set” was there who advertised the event and were highly impressed with Pirana’s performance. David Woodley Page and John Taylor engineered the first album, co produced by myself, with invaluable contributions from all four-band members, was recorded at E.M.I.’s Sydney.
  5. Dikora
    , Bob Dylan’s album Bringing It All Back Home was at number one on the UK charts, his second chart topping album. It would be displaced the following day by the soundtrack to The Sound of Music.. , The Beach Boys started a two week run at number one on the US singles chart with “Help Me Rhonda,” the group’s second US chart topper. , The Move, Cream, Jimi Hendrix Experience.
  6. Maushicage
    On 18 August they released a 5×CD compilation box set, 'Ten Thousand Days', on Shock Records. In August The Celibate Rifles headlined the Big Freeze concert. Mess+Noise‍ ' s Max Easton described their appearance at the Golden Plains Festival in Meredtih in March , as "one of the festival’s most successful dips into the past.
  7. Mikabar
    WOODLEY, Bruce: I Am Australian: Roaring Days Theme/ The Roaring Days/ With my Swag on my Shoulder/ The Man From Snowy River/ The Black Velvet Band/ Stage Hornpipe/ Lime Juice Tub/ Clancy of the Overflow/ Gold in the Ground/ The Lights of Cobb and Co/ Break O’Day/ A Thousand Miles away/ The Bush Girl/ Oceans Away/ The Overlander/ Billy of.
  8. Shagor
    On this day in music history: December 6, – “James Taylor”, the debut album by James Taylor is released in the UK (US release is on February 17, ). Produced by Pete.

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