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The Down Under Hour 03-27-2024 show 61

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The Down Under Hour, Music from Australia

Show 61, 03-27-2024

Taking it easy.

Intro: Roulette - Dom Mariani and the Majestic Kelp, Underwater Casino, 2003

Up There - Kahvas Jute, it’s on their album Wide Open, from 1971.

Train To Brunswick - Opelousas, from their 2024 album Opelousafried. The band features Kerri Simpson and Alison Ferrier on vocals and guitars, and this new LP was produced by Jeff Lang. Alison sings lead on this one.

Heavy Love - Andy Cowan, off his 2004 album Sweet Release. Andy was in one of our fave 1970s bands, Madder Lake, and the jazz-rockers Ayers Rock.

Somebody That I Used To Know - Belgium-born Gotye, pronounced Go Tee Ay (real name Wouter “Wally” de Backer, and featuring New Zealander singer Kimbra. This was a 2011 single.

Jamaican Farewell - Ariel, from their 1973 album A Strange Fantastic Dream. Features Bill Putt, Mike Rudd and Tim Gaze. A very busy man, Tim played guitar and sang in Kahvas Jute, Tamam Shud and Ariel.

Worthwhile - Wesley Fuller, from his 2024 album All Fuller, No Filler.

Can’t Stop Me - The Ronson Hangup, from their 2024 album Centaurus.

What’s That Sound - the Dolly Rocker Movement, their 2009 album Electric Sunshine.

Dangerous - Liz Stringer, from her album First Time Really Feeling, which came out in 2018 and was recorded in Canada.

Black Islands - David Bridie, from his album Wake, a 2013 release.

Hot! Heat! Wow! Hot! - Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, from their album Fronzoli, 2023. This Melbourne band has been around for quite a while but I just recently heard of them.

Super Ego - Babe Rainbow, from their EP Fresh As A Head Of Lettuce, a 2023 release.

Amphibious Skin - JJ McCann Transmission, a single from his 2023 album Hit With Love.

Love Letter - Professor Ratbaggy, a side project featuring Steve Hadley, Bruce Haymes, Peter Luscombe and Paul Kelly, from an album they put out in 1999.

Big Heart - Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls, from their 1987 album Under The Sun. This version from a USA CD rebranded Paul Kelly and the Messengers.    

Outro - Chicken Omelette, by Baby Langston, from their acclaimed 1998 album.   

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