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The Down Under Hour 04-24-2024 show 65

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Show 65, 04-24-2024

Another shrimp on the barbee - thanks, Paul Hogan.

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

It’s A Long Way There - Little River Band, from their debut album, 1975.

After The Rain - the Angels, from their 1978 album Face To Face.

Earthbound Blues - Band of Light, from 1973, their album Total Union.

In A Broken Dream - Python Lee Jackson, featuring Rod Stewart. The band left Australia in 1969, seeking fame and fortune in Britain. They recorded this album, and this song as the title track with Stewart, and then broke up. The single wasn’t released until 1972.

A Matter of Time - Railroad Gin, the title track of their 1975 album.

Change Is Coming - Emma Donovan, from her 2024 solo effort titled Til My Song Is Done.

Japanese Rock and Roll - the 2020 album titled Pollyman, from the artist Pollyman, in real life George Carroll Wilson, son of singers/songwriters Sarah Carroll and the late Chris Wilson, and brother of Fenn Wilson.

Vegemite 1980s ad

No More Tears - Amyl and the Sniffers, the album Comfort To Me, which came out in 2021.

Three songs by the Reels:

Prefab Heart - from 1979, the album The Reels.

Shout and Deliver, and

the 1981 album’s title track, Quasimoto’s Dream.

Miss Lonesome - Marlon Williams, the artist and the album title, from 2015.

Day In the Sun - the Re-mains, from 2006, the album Thank You For Supporting Country Rock’n’Roll.

My Family - Banana Oil, from 1998, their album Guava Lampo.

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

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