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                                        EDMON         #7 _   NOVEMBER          2OO5


RITURN OF THf SURT GUITAR _ trMPIRI HOTf,L. 6 OCTOBIR
     wlai a briniant birthday bash'!l Friends Gery O'Rorke and Ben Nestr€ll accompanied
                                                             '                            m€ up to Sydney where we
were met by Bryce crainger (photograph€r / chautreur) snd Te.ry Robins for a completely vocal-liee weekend. Kim
Humph€ys and his band of helpers, including'th€ two Phils'aod Jan and Jeffc.ipps, should be prcud ofthe final result.
The veme was the Ernpire Hot€I, Crr. Parmnatta Road & Johnston Street, Aniandalq Sydney.

          Proc€€dings v,/erc staned at 3pm by ex pat Soutl African guitarist MAX PATON, who l€d The (ShadovJy)
Outcasts io Rhodesia during th€ early 60's. Tony Ho{ftnan's Shadsfax magazine recently placed Max in a small elit€ goup
ofplayers able to faithftlly replicare the eady Shado*G souid, and his claim lras not ill founded! ROTSG is the first gig ol
this nature to be ever held in Sydney. and expectatiods were high. Mr. Palon selflessly offered to take on xhe daunting task
of being the opening act. lnt€rspers€d with his tumorous patter, Max and red his Strat, accompanied by backing tracks
(which had a very tull sound through the venu€'s superb PA) playei Mf Ren$an e Is Lov, Sone Arc Loneq, Kon-Tik,
Sofih Of The Boder, Albatoss (introduced as "Albert Ross"). nrcne Fot you g           I   e6 (aka 'Theme lor Old l,o'"1rs"),
Gercnimo, Cosy a'ld Tlp S6'age. Almost like "shadoz In Sydney"!!

          The ALOHAS represented the young brigade and it w?s fantastic to se€ the number ofunder 30s that this gig
attracted. Tim a.k.a. Klux (Drums), Chris ak.a. Rissole (Guitar), Jordan a.k.a. R-ay Sjaniti (Gritar), Pete a-k.a. Lou Sjaniti
(Bass) put thejr Fender Jaguar, Precision Bass and white Jazzmasts through their pac€s on m&irly original nuftbers - Go1,
Lmslagna, Dale's Dick, Headhnte\ lbnlin Fatak, Moryueshotd, Stom In A D-Cltp, Dagmbit, Go T.nAo!, Joffney,
Greasenonler, El Kabong! and nE ne Part 2.Mog,ly uptempo, mostly loud, mostly exciting but VERY enjoyable!l

          More Shadows follow€d with The SHADES, Ied by Sydney Shadows Club 'el presidente Addan Browne on lead
.ed Strat, who reformed his 60's outfit for a special one ofperfo.mance. Fellow club nenbers h the ardience were heard
to comrnent tbat ther leader had called on the 'big guns' to help him out. On acoustic rhlthm guitar was Bruce Craml€y, in
everyday life a virtuoso Classical and Ch€t Atkins style guitarist- Bass player Phil Cole is a much sought aft€r country
player in the mould ofAlbert Lee while drumme. Jeff Cripps (ex 01' 55) currently runs a recording studio and has Foduced
er€ryone from The Atlantics through to pop darlings The Vines. Ite also played drums on Kim Humpkeys "Brave New
Wave" album from way back in 1980. Ifthat was not enougq Jetr currently does FOH for The Atlantics and leads his orul
blues ban4 Mississippi Shakedowi! as l€d vocalist and slide guitarist. The Shades present& Apache, Shindig, Fool
Ta1ryer, Wonturful Lawl Midtight, The Stftnge4 Aflafih, Dan:e On, Sleeryalk, Tlpne For fouig Lo'v/s, Gelo ino,
Peace Pipe, Tp Slrwge, Little B $d The Rise And Fall Of Flingel BxnL b<tlen]f-ly well played, and a marvellous sound.
Jetrs dnrm solo in Little B was a highligtu and probably owed more to Gnger Bake.'s Toad solo, a lingering legacy of his
rcce Aip to rhe Old Dan for the Cream reumon concert
        Sydney certai y has it's fair share ofdevot€d Shaddicts, gven the guitars, amps ard ccho units on shovr bere, no
expense ha-s been spared €ith€r. Interesting to note that both Adrian aid Max Paton both use ihe much plied, and now out
of productioq Atlantis echo unit to help then achiev€ their Hank Ma..vin sound. Maybe we should change "Shadoz" to
'Ventoz" or "Duaneoz" in ftturel   I


         The   DENURMEN       had not played together for 40 years, so it was a 'coup'for Kim to get t*1J ofthe originals, Les
creen {Lead) and Tex lhasz (Ri}tllm) tog€ther with Angelo Varelos (Bass) and Peter Sutton (Dmms) for a short but
nosta.lgic set. Despite pleas from Te& Les 'ditched' his original Gibson (as used on all ofthe bands hit records and depicted
on the 1963 LP cover) for a white Stratocaster. The p.ized Gibson was stolen a few ye3rs back and although rccovere4 now
pernan€rtly rcsides under lock and key.Du€ to the fact that the gilys live quite a distance from e{ch othe. th€y otly
maiaged one brief rehearsal the evening before the gig but it was obvious they had all done their homework and hit their
stride from the word go.The band's set compris€d Denvemen originals and a selection of Shado\i* favo.Ates I|rc Bols,
Ihe Rehel, Gutt v Bngie, Blue Ma'nains, Atwlon Stonp, Apache (wirh Tex on LEad), Il'ene Fot rol'ng Lovets werc
followed by the h.Jge hlt Surfside. I had rvaited over forq' years to see th€ Denve.men live, and I certainly was not
disappointedl In the ardienc€ giving the lads mo.al support and a bit of a ge€ up was Kenny Kramer, bass player for th€
sow, cica 1965/66.
          Organiser KIM HUMPHREYS showcased pad of his fabulous guitar collection, and broke his set (a1so using
backing rracks) into sequences as follows  "Oi the famous Maton llrbyrd": Recuess Eleballi ' (Blue Heelets Thene)
                                                  -
&om Kimk new EP "Guitaflille", lkrond Ihe Bea!,h fron his sti tobe finished surf album featuring a special guest Ruth
Eye Candy' wells on sax, Lost Guitat - Kjm's ve$ion of the Marksm€n hit - "Tamwo:thy Tel€caster Tvft g": Moonshot,
Foot Tapper, Mercedes - lion Big Twalg Theory, Nashri e Erpress from Guitarville - The Cnel Sea (o Fendet 12
Stna) - K.lhma "Slide guitar emulaling pedal steel on the Renegade s' oi'g,inal", Paisienne Walkwqr- "Ibanez Roadstar
for thal G"ry Moorc overdriven blues sound" "Surfin'Stratocaster":ClrlOfTherhldCoose,SkRu.Goof!Footandwat
OlThe'.nlels-"aquanetofoz'classics'originalybyTheStrangen,Echomen,MidnightersandAtlanticsrespectivety".
Kim s appearance prompted comments from some of the uinitiat€d such as "I thougJ-t you were ihe stage nanager. didnt
realise you played rhe I***n guitar male" and
                                                ncfuist man, are you ?hil Enmanuel's younger brother?" Haviog seen Kim
piay a few times in rccent years (mainly ax "Shadoz") I can confidently state that his playing continues to reach new heights
with age and experience. He always seems to come up with irteresting 'new' ihings to add his magic to. The booked 'MC',
Clenn A. Baker, did not show up to the gig; so it wal to Kim's 6edit that he 'filied in' with onstage conments etg showing
much improved confidence.       oh      and his playing was mighty fine 1oo!!

             Australian surf legends Tlle ATLANTICS were on next. Martin Cilia and Jim Skiathitis (Lead,Rh}thm), Bosco
Bosanac (Bass) and ?eter Hood @rums) pleased the crowd wilh a selectior of older and more recent tlassics', using the
gig to officially launch their "THE ATLANTICS TI{E BEST OF' CD whil€ not quite tuming the area in front olthe
stage into a mosh pit, th€ energy ofthe group's performance certarnly entic€d some ofthe exuberant younger punters to let
loose with a display of Fenzied and uninhibited dance moves. The Adantics' all too sho't set featved I'oba Zerc, Gi.tut,
Piwline, Mituge, B'g S\a,ell, Runble An l lkit. Night Sta\ 'Ihe CrusheL Cha/1erb6, Hat'rlti Fiw-', Flight Of I7E Sutf
C'uitqr, Trqns.nlafiic. Wary 5 and. of cowse, Bon o/.l. Very professional (as always) and the guys were gracious enough
to a[ow me to have tbeir photo taken with thenl

         A couple of years ago, I bought a CD called "The Golden Tones Ol The wetsuits" and rvas impressed that a
younger band would choose some ofthe more obscwe TV rhemes to rerord (much like the much lauded Vibratos have done
more recently). The WETSLITS - Clyde Brar ey (ex Hoodoo Gurus, Gu'tar), Jon Schofield (from Paul Kelly & The
Coloured cirls, Bass), Marcus Schirtler (lrom w€ddings, ?arties, Anithing - Drums) and ih€ d€liglttul Ka1 Amiss
(Ieyboards) (a LEGEND in her wordsl) includ€d the lo owing selections, nany of which werc fron the CD: Zl,e
Munne^, Man Ol Mlstery, Out OJ Linirs, James Bond thene, flight Plan, Dr Who, Danger Man, Get Sna , Space
Doabt, I he Avengers, Ihe Ssint, Shot In The Dark, Batnan aIJd Ca an. lt's especially thrilling fo. an old guy like me to see
and hear the 'younger set keeping iNtrumentah to the fore in a mainly vocal world.

         So endeth the first ROTSG. A geat day, with lots of var;ety, complete professionalisrq lots of atmospherq
friendship and -- those schoon€rsll Unfofiurately, due to a prior booking, Kim's origital plan to have rhe "Godfather Ol
Aust aliar Rock & Roll Gultar" Dave Bridge co'nplete the pedect "Instro Icon T.ifecta" didnl eventuate, which was the
only disappoirfment for me. However, t have been assued that the man has faiihfirlly promised to perfotm at ROTSC2. It
was g.eat to catch up with some old friends, and make some new ones. Apart from those nentione4 author Stephen
Mc?arlan4 lan Hanis, Bryan Browne, Mark Lapin, Alex Palmer, Jacqui Bosanac. Kemy Kramer (the Denverme* second
bass player), Peter Andrews (The Telstars), Rick Ogden (The Rockir' Rebels), Peter Rappolt and GriffBeale (lead guitarist
and drunmer respectively from The Echomen), Bob Jones (lead guitarist fion Tle Torquays), Wayne Thomas (flake),
Warwick cilbert (Radio Birdman / The Hitnen / The Raouls) and Geotr Mcwatters (bass player fiom The Resonets) were
among ihe audienc€. Thanks to all concemed, esp€cially the bands whq apart fom th€ music, were kind enoug! 10 supply
answers to my stupid questions, set lists and extra ifo to filI in lhe gats caused by my drunken stuporl See you nexl year
Kin

             By the way, many thanks to all who sent bifihday cards, emails, gifts, flowers, beers elc. I think I'll lum 60 again


RIt!T[WS
KIM HI]MPHRf,YS                                                         NOW I{EAR TEIS (Aust) NIIT 019
RECKLESS EYEBALLIN          (BLIJE HEELERS I'T{EME) / MY ELUSIIE DREAMS / NASII!'ILLE E)PRESS / GEE
BABI AIN'T I GOOD TO YOU / SLVER BELLS / MARIA ELENA
         Speaking of Kim (no, this is NOT rhe Ki.n Humphreys Newsletter!) his new CD is, well, superb. RecHess
Eyeballin' is the theme &om the popular "Blue H€elers" TV s€ries, and was originally reco.ded for the series by members of
The Cruel Sea. Kim's versior is close to the original with plenty ofdeep throated Gr€tsch twang and some ni{iy pickin' on a
melody you wont be able to eet out of your head afier a few listens. My Etusive Drearns (usirg dide guitar) and Silver
Bells were inspled by Barry Roy's '?lay Me A Song" LP ftom 1975, and Nashville Expless is the Peter Posa classic taker
at breakrcck speed. Silver Bells rcminds me ofwhat Chet Atkins would be like with a Strat or Gibsor Les Paul in his hands.
cee Baby ... is an old jazz number originally by the Nat King Cole Trio liom November 1943 featuri€ guita.ist Oscar
Moorc. Recently revived by DaDny B. llarvey and A] Casey (with Lee Hazlewood) the tract receives s),mpathetic treatment
fom Kim on solo guitar. Maria Elena is fairly faithirl to the well-krc$n version by Los Indios Tabajaras with the addition
of   a   few Djanso style flourishes.
"THN ATLANTICS, TEI BEST OF..."                                    ATLANTICS MUSIC (Aust) A-0r2
BOMBORA (+) / MIRAGE (*) / REEF BRIAK / ST]RFERS ?ARADISE C) / IN THE SHADOWS / MOON MAN (*) /
THE CRUSMR / GREMLIN FROM THE KREMLIN (*+) / BLUEBOTTLES C) / TRANSATLANTIC / GLASSY
WATLS (++) / FLIG}IT OF TIIE SIJRF GUITAR / GIANT (+) / TEDDY BEARS'}ICNIC (+) / RIJIALE AND RLN{ /
GREENSLEEVES (*) / POrNT ZERO / GAITCRASIIER / SHARK ATTACK e9 / WAR OF TI{E WORLDS e) /
NIGITT STAR / ATLANTICA / STOMPING TIME (**) / WARP 5 / SATURDAY NIG}IT
          There's more to this ihan meets the eye. At ffrst, it seems likejust another "Best Of'. But there a.e eight new tracks
   r+remrdings done over the last six or so years of early tracks. These are mrked (*) and are gen€rally close to the
originals. Those marked (**) are original CBS tracks from the 60's, whilst other tracks are lifted fron Flight OfThe Surf
cuitar, ?oint Zero and Th€ Nen Generation. The result is a well-balanced and excitirg compilation. The CD insert f€atures
some interestins photos and briefliner notes by NCD'S Dary Peckett. Well done to all.

                                                   PI-ANET RtrCORDS (Aust) No Number
IIARD IIEADED WO trAN - PETER MCLEAN WTIT{ T}lE HENRI BOIIRCE ALL STARS / REET PETTIE - PETER
MCLEAN wlTII TIIE I{ENRI BOIJRCE AIJ STARS / TIIE WRECKERS - WHELAN AND TIIE WRECKERS /
HOUND DOG MAN . WHELAN AND TI{E WRECKERS / MONA LTSA . TTIE BLUE BOPS / IM A TIGER - TI{E
BI,IIF, BOPS / REATNIK FLY . THE HI-MARI<S / TI]E SIIAPE I'M IN - MAICOLM ARTHUR WITII THE HENRI
BOURCE AI"L STARS / I GOT STUNG - MALCOLM ARTHIJR WTIH THE IIENRI BO{JRCE ATL STARS /
CHATTANOOGA SHOE SHINE BOY - BRIAN PENGLASE / ROCKING MATILDA - BARRY ODOWD WIII]
BRUCE CLARK ORCIIESTRA / MY BABY DOLLY - JOHNNY GT'ITAR WITH TTIE IIENRI BO{]RCE ALL STARS
AND TIIE MOONTONES / RA]NDROP . JOHNNY GU]TAR WTTH TI]E }IENRI BOIJRCE ALL STARS AND THE
MOONTONF,S / ADELAIDE TW]ST - T}IE ZODIACS / PARTY - SEE YOU LATER ATLIGATOR - HENRTS ROCK -
THE HENRI BOIJRCE ALL STARS (*) / ROCK AROIIND TIiE CLOCK - TUTTI FRUTTI ' THE GIRL CAN'T HELP
IT . TI{E HENRI BOTJRCE ALL STARS (*) / TEQUILA - TTIE IIENRI BOI]RCE ATL STARS (*) / DINC DONG -
DO}IT BE CRLTEL . BABY T DON'T CARE . THE HENRI BOIJRCE ALL STARS O / BLIJE BERRY HILL - IIANG
o\cR BLLIES - DOIIT r.EA\{E ME NOW - 'Ir{E }IENRT BOIJR.CE ALL STARS (*) / R.O.C.K. - IM WALKING - I
BEG OT YOU - TIIE HENRI BOIJRCE ALL STARS (*) / GREAT BALLS OF FIRE - WHOLE LOTTA SHAK]N' - T}TE
I'ENRIBOIJRCEALLSTARS(*)/AII\]'TTHATASHAME.BEBOPALULA-FLIPFLOP&I'LY-TI1EIIENRT
BOURCE ALL STARS (+) I RAZZI F, D'\Z7J.E - BOOGIE BLI]ES - LONG TALL SALLY - IIIE HENRI BOI]RCE
AI-L STARS (*) / WERE GONNA TEACH YA TO ROCK - ONE OF TTIESE DAYS - ALL SHOOK IJ? - TIIE ITENRI
BOLIRCE AI-L STARS (*) / BLLE SI'EDE SHOES - DENILIQUIN ROCK . HOI]ND DOG - TI]E HENRI BOI]RCE
ALL STARS C) / TI{E HOUSE WILL ROCK - TOO MUCH - BLLTE MONDAY - TIIE IIENRI BOL,RCE ALL STARS
(+) / A,B C. BOOGIE - PLANET ROCK - SIIAKE RATTLE & ROLL - TIIE HENRI BOURCE AI-L STARS (*) / ROCK
A BEATIN' BOOGIE . ATL STAR JI]MP - TREAT ME NICE - TIIE HENRI BOIJRCE ALL STARS (+) / SCHOOL
DAY . T}IE HENRI BOI]RCE ALL STARS (+) / MEAN WOMAN BI-UES - TEDDY BEAR - JAILHOUSE ROCK -
TTIE IIENRI BOURCE ALL STARS (*)
        (*) - Fron LP 'ROCK N' ROLL         PARTY' TIIE HENRI BOURCE AI-L STARS WITH ?ETER MCLEAN AND
GL'EST STAR BEVERLEY DICK
          Another record with som€ historic impo.tanc€. The "Rock 'n' Ro[ Party" LP was probably the ftst Austratian rock
'n'roll LP, and app€ars here in it's entirety. And it fealures a couple of instrumentals too l{effi Bourc€ led the All Stars,
who app€ar on almos.t alt of the tracks. The Hi-Marks and Zodiacs contribute instro t acks but xhe whole album is
interesting to say the leasa. Ve.y.aw, and nawe rock'n' rol1.

"A NI(:ET OIJT WITE AUSTRALIAN ROCK 'N' ROLL"                                      CANETOAD (Aust) CTCD-37
RTJNNING BEAR - JOHNNY O'KEEFE / THIS LITTLE GIRL - PAL]]- WA\'}TE / IM TIIE GIRL TROM WOL\CRTON
MOLN.{TAIN - LAI]RTL LEA / CHINA DOLL . ARTHI]R BLANCH / TIIE HOUSE OF TIIE RISING ST]N - WARREN
WN,I,IAMS / AIN'T C'[}NNA TELL ANYBODY - LONN1E I"EE / SWINC LOW SWEET CIIARIOT - THE ATN ItrALE
CHOIR / TOWN }IALL SHI,]I'FLE . DAVE BRIDGE / AHAB TITE ARAB - GEORGE (ARREN / SHE'S GOT SOUL -
VIC SIMMS / DON'T SAY GOODNIGITT AND MEAN GOODB\€ - SIIARON O'BRIEN / JOTINNY GL]NSLINGER -
TIIE SAP?HIRES / PIPELINE . THE ECHOES / ruST ONE OF LIFE'S LITTLE TRAGEDIES - TREVOR GORDON /
CONSTANTLY.JOHNNYO'KEEFE/I\I'ISHIWEREAPRINCESS.COR,{LKELLY/LETS-JERRYJ.WILDER/
MR MOON. MR. CUPID AND I - DIGGER RE\GLL & TIIE DEN\GRMEN / BABY EI,EPIIANT WALK . THE DEE
JAYS / SECONDIIAND ROSE - NOELEEN BATLEY / PROI]D OF YOU - JAY ruSTIN / I{EART OF ICE - BARRY
STANTON / JUNE IN JI]NEE - LUCKY STARR / SIIE'S NOT YOU - BRYAN DAVIES / YOU BETTER MO\G ON -
DIG RICITARDS / rT STATED (sic) ALL OVER AGAIN - JLDY STONE / ABO\G AND BEYOND - TI{E DEKROO
BROTTIERS / SHADAROBA - COLIN COOK / \'ESTERDAYS HERO - KEVIN TODD / CLICK GO TIJE SIIEARS -
TIIE TAYLOR SISTERS / DO YOU WANNA DANCE - JOHNNY OKEEFE / BONUS TRACKS: CRACKIN' I-r" -
ALAN DAI,E AND THE HOUSEROCKERS / BACK IN T}IE USA - AIAN DALE AND TI{E HOUSEROCKERS
         Canetoad contjnues to trawl the archives, keeping Australits R&R history alive. This selection is taken Fom
sources "retrieved from nrbbish dumps, saved &om disposable bins, Ieft in cardboard boxes for years at the bottom of
closets and sold for little money at flea markets and house sales". lnstrumertally, Dave Bridge appears with Towi Hall
Shume aron an early "Johmy O Keefe Slow", The Echoes copy The Chantays' Pipeline almost note for noie, and the Dee
Jays pitcb in with Baby glephant Waik. Other instro goups, such as th€ Denvermem and The Leemen feature as backing
bands.
"EAZY MEMORIES VOLIIME 2"                                      CANETOAD INTf, RNATIONAL (Aust) CDI-009
ACROSS TTIE STREET - RAY PETERSON / CANDY SWEET - PAT BOONE / DREAM GIRL . MARK W'!'NTER /
SWEET WILLIAM. MILLIE / I RAN AIL TIIE WAY HOME - BRENDAN BOWYER / BABY ELEPHANT WALK -
THE MINIATT]RE MEN  / TELL ME MAMA - CHRISTINE QUAITE / APACIiE - SONNY JAMES / STARLIGFI
STARBRIGF|            SCOTT / BABY, YOU GOT W}TdT IT TAKES - BROOK BENTON & DINAH
                   " LINDA
WASHINGTON / YOIIR USED TO BE - BRENDA LEE / lM JUST A COUNTRY BOY - GEORGE McCLIRN / HE
WHO LAUGHS LAST - FREDA PA\A{E / IIAPPY GUITAR - REG OWSN & HIS ORC}IESTRA / ROCKIN' RED
WING - ERNIE FREEMAN / W]LLIE CAN - SI]E TIIOMPSON / TIIE WRITING ON TIIE WALL - ADAM WADE /
TIIE WAY OF A CLO\I'N . TEDDY RANDAZZO / WHISPERING . NINO TEMPO & APRIL SIE}ENS / CHINA
NIGHTS . KYU SA{AMOTO / HOOTENANNY - TIIE GLENCO\,ES / IIAW{ TATTOO . TIIE WAIKIKTS / HELLO
ROOMMATE - !'IC DANA / WHAT DOES A GIRL DO? - MARCIE BLANE / IT DOESN'T MATTER ANY MORE -
ROB & ROY / IIE WAIKS LIKE AMAN- JODY MILI-ER/ LET MEIN- TI{E SENSATIONS / BILLY BILLY WENT
A-WAIKIN' - TI{E BEAU-MARKS / PETITE CITANSON . JOHNNY CRAWT'ORD / A STAR IS BORN (A LOVE IIAS
DIED) - MARK DINNING / GINO . CONNE / WILUAM TELL OVERTIJRE ' SOIJNDS INCORPORATED
          Another in Can€toad's international series. Most tracks are making tbeir CD debut and are seleoted for their rarity
valu€. Ofcburs€. most ar€ vocals! but lhe inclusion ofihe Miniature Men, Reg O,veq Emie Fr€ema4 waikikis and Sounds
lnc tracks are welcorne. And there's a vocsl r€rsion of "Apache" I

"BEYOND TtrE SEAN                               CoRDELTA RECORDS (UrO CD040
MY FAVOURITE THINGS - T}IE SWAMP COOLERS / VTVA LAS \€GAS - LOS DERRIIMBES / TAKE ON ME -
TIIE BITCH BOYS / ]M NOT IN LOIIE - DONS MOBILE BARBERS / TIIEN HE KISSED ME . TI]E DETONATORS
/ MEXICAN WHISTLER - LOS FANTASTICOS / AIJ'I,D LANG SYNE ' TIIE GLASGOW TIKI SIIAKERS /
FT}{ER4I, MARCH OI A MAR]ONETTE - TI]E PYRONAUTS / JE T'AIME ... MOI NON PLUS . KAHI]NA
KAWENTZMANN / ROCK AND ROLL HIGH SCHOOL - COBALT AND TIIE AQUABEARS / REDEMPTION SI]RF
(REDEMPTIONSONG).ESTRUMENTAL/BARBIEGIRT.FUDGE/TIIEONEILOVE.NOVASURFER/YOU
SEXY THING , OI]R FLYING SAUCER / S{JRFER FREA( (SI]?ER FREAK) - RNA / Tf]E SPONGEBOB
SQUAPJPANTS TT{EME TID{E . MONKEY \ERSUS ROBOT / TT{E {)YENTT]RES OF RABBT JACOB - TIIE
ASTROCLIDES / ANOTTIER BRICK IN TTIE WATL (PART 2) - TT{E \{\'ISECTORS / I ONLY WANT TO BE WI1II
YOU - T}IE MUFFINMATES / HOORAY FOR HOLLYWOOD - T}IE I,]RBAN SURF KINGS / CINNAMON GIRL -
TIIE LOST BOYS OF PENZANCE / TRA\TLIN MAN . THE RELUCTANT AQUANAUTS / DANCE OF TIIE KING
OF TI1E WORLD OF MAYA (DANCE OF MAYA and KING OF TIiE WORLD) - PEGLEG / BLUE VELVET - TllE
COCTAIL PREACIIERS / BOHEM]AN R}IAPSODY - TT{E TI{I]RSTON LAVA TIIBE / BEYOND TIIE SEA - IIIE
AQUAN,IARINLS
        Believe it or not, nost ofthese tracks are by British bands. Ao extremely interesting crmpilation of'pop' hiis done
instrumentally - ranging from tracks fiom nr$icals to ffts by loCC, Pink Floyd, Hot Chocoiate, fuck Nelsoq Que€q
Bobby Darin and others. An eclectic selection, all very well done, and most never done in lhe instro style befor€ - but


"LOST LECfNDS Of STIRF GUTTAR tV _ SEOCK\\ AYE:"                                 SITNDAZED (US) SC rr143
SHOCKWA\G . ZORBA & TI{E GREEKS / HEARTBEAT - TIIE A\,ENGf,RS VI / FAIL OUT . IIIE STAGE.MEN /
THE TRI]ANT . THE TRUANTS / KAW-HIDE - TIIE PASTELS / VOLCANIC ACTION - T}IE BELAIRS / \GRTI.
co,co (*) - JAN DAVrS / MOON RACE - TltE CTTATIONS / CHTiLADO e) - THOM STARR & TI{E GALAXTES
TTIE IIEARSE - AL CASEY / BEACHBOIND - TIIE CORNELLS / WATK DON'T RUN '64 - TIIE TEEMATES
SCALPING PARTY . THE TORNADOS / TIME BOMB - TItr AIENGERS !'] / SI]NSET SI]RF - IIIE TRUANTS
MOON DAWG - JOHNNY & T}IE SI{Y GIJYS / SPIN OUT . T}IE TEENSMEN / IT]E AVENGER'S STOMP - IIIE
A\,'ENGERS !'I / BEDLAM. TI{E BELAIRS / SIJRFBUSTER (*). JAN DAVIS
        (*) = PREVTOUSLY UMSSI'ED
        Again, not Australian, but a geat addition to the surf collection. Includes some unreleased tracks along with some
more faniliar tides. Worth havins.

"EVILRUZZ -DAVIE A'I,AN TRIBIIIE"                                                OMOM LUSIC otaly) REKB 9
ACTION ON TI{E STREET - AL PERRY / ANGEL W]TH A DEI{L'S HEART . SKOOSHNY / BLTJES TIIEME - TIIE
FUZZTONES / BONGO PARTY - THE SIDEWATK SOLINDS / BORN LOSERS TTIEME - URBAN SL]RF KINGS /
BORN LOSERS TTIEME - POLYL]RETIIANE - LAS VEGAS ON MARS / CHOPPER. FENDER BENDER - TERRY
WARE / CORRIDOR OF FEAR - HARDWAY / CYCI,E-DELIC - INSECT SURFERS / DARK ATLEY - DATE RAIT /
ENCOIJNTER . JASON STEWART / FUZZ TTiEME - TIIE IMRAREDS / GLINSLINGER - KIM HIJMPHREYS /
INVASION OF TIIE BODY STIRFERS . THE BEMERKERS / LEFT TIJRN ON ARROW ONLY - I}IE
SUBMERSIANS / LITTLE BIG HORN - SCOTT MOODY / MIND TRANSFERRAL - THE ARROWS / OI-EA-IE -
Kf]RT MAX / REBEL (WITHOUT A CAUSE) - LONGBOARD RANCII / SHAPE OT TTIINGS TO COME -
COCKTAIL PREACI]ERS / STIRF TREK - JASON STEWART / T}IEME FROM ITTE LNKNOWN . TT{E L]NKNOWN
/ TOMAI{AWK . KNUCKEL DRAGER / LNKNOWN RIDER - T}IE RAZORBLADES / WHITE MAN BEWARE -
THE ?HANTOM SLTRFERS
        Davie Allan and the Arrows we.re popr ar in the mid 60's with their soudt acks to bikie Iilms. Somehat in the
Dick Dale mould. Tbis tribute album includes yet another app€arance by Kim Hunpkeys!l His track (&om the "Big Twang
Theory" album, is one of the best h€re. The set is loud, hea\,y, fast, firrious and laden with ltzz guitar, with psychedelic
wah-wah distortion and 60's sounding organ in places, and even has           a   couple ofvocals. For firzz lieaks only


TIIE ATI,ANTICS IN MILBOURNE
         Hot on the heels ofthe "Retum OfThe Surfcuitar" gig (aka Geotrs Birthday Bash), tle Atlantics made a retum to
Melboume on Saturday 22 October at the Kingston City Hall, Nep€an Highway, Moorabbin. Support acts inoluded a Bobby
Darin Tribute *.ith Frankie Benedetlo, Carl Pe*;ns tribute with Joey D., The Watts Rockin' Shov,band and Sha-Boom. I
was unable to gei to the show, but *onl all r€ports it was a memorabl€ night. The Atlantics set list (with thanks to Jim
Skialhitis) was ,R;s 5V"4 Thutulet Down Lhder, Pipeline, Mirase, Flisht Of the &'t Guitar, Giant, Runble A d Run,
Night \tcr, lr.a&ilantic, Poim Zero, Bonhora, Chatterbox, H&wii Five-1 and War Of The Wotlds. The gtoup was called
back for encores wltrch were Satur.lay Night nd IlE Crurhel Planned, but not played due to time conslraints were
Dobhhs and Wary 5

LOS JETS
          Thint ofthe UK - TIte Shadows; the US - The Ve.tureq Australia - The Ailalltics; Spain? - Well, Los Jeis 6lls
the bill. Released in January 2002 as the 40th anniversary oflos Jets first number one in lhe Spanish chafts in 1962 with
"Zorongo" was tfte €xcellent CD "40 ANIVERSARIO". Th:s p.ompted renewed interest i.r the group, who appeared as
special guests at the 2002 Pipeiine Convention in Lordon, and were invited to return for the 2005 Convendon. "Passion and
?ower" are words (by ceorge ceddes) to des€ribe Los Jets music, and I have chosen a sel€ction oftheir recent albums to
list fiere -

                                                                   HORUS (Spain) CD-0r006
BOABDIL/\tsNTURES/AUTLMNRAIN/GREENONIONS/ASLMMERPLACE/CI{EROKEE/SHADOWS
MIX: APACHE - WONDERFUL LAND TIIE RISE AND FAIL OF FLINGLE BI]NT KON TIKI _ PEACE PIPE '
THEME FOR YOIJNG LOVERS / SOIJL LIMBO / STRANGERS ON THE SHORE (sic) / FLYING HIGH / PERFTDIA                             /
rIND ME A COLDEN STRE|T/TLLSTAR

                                                              E l4R (Spain) S.M.R - 037
ZORONGO / CONZATEZ / BIG BOY / BECAUSE TIIEY ARE YOI]NG / THE STRANGER / ?EACE PIPE / GENIE
\ITIH THE LTGHT BRO\\TN LAMP / AIN'T NO SLI'.ISHINE / TALES OF A RACGY TRAMLINE / FLY ME TO THE
MOON / KON TIKI / WHEELS / REBEL ROUSER / TT-IEME FROM "BOYS' / TT{E MIRACLE / THE DUCK SWAMP
/ HOW DEEP IS YOLTR LO\T / TI{E W]LD ROSES / TI{E WINDMILLS OF YOUR MIND / FOOT TAPPER I TTIE
THIRD MAN / GUITARRA ENAMORADA / ST]N CITY / MIDNIGIIT EYES / TIIEME TOR YOL]I.IG LO\ERS
        Recorded in 2001 a d released in January 2002 as the 40th anniversary ofl-os Jets fust nuorber one in the Spanish
chads in 1962 with "Zorongo", this record ircludes re-reco.dings ofthat hit and anoth€r number one ofl-os Jets faom 1963
with "cuitana Enamorada". Members of different Spanish bands, lite Los RelampagosJ Los Diablos Rojos, and Los Pasos
played along with Los Jets paying t.ibute to the first band in the world who made a fusior with the flamenco and the
instrumental R&R. After "Zo.ongo" many bands in Spain and ali over the wo.ld followed the idea, bu.I,os .Jets d;d it ffrst.
According io the British Magazine New candy Dancer 'Zorongo" is one ofthe best l0 Europeatr instumentals ofall tirne
This CD was number two on lbe Europeao charts and was nominated for the best record olthe year award in 2002.

"SPANISEBLOOD"                                              lt.M.R (Spain) 041
DON QT]]JOTE / LOS 4 MT]LEROS / LOS CAMPANILLEROS / TANGT]ILLOS DE CADZ / SOMBRAS Y REJAS /
DOS CRUCES / ANDALUCIA / LT]NA DE ESPANA / SPANISH LACE / MARIADOLORES / EL \']TO / MARTA DE
LA O / LMOSNA DE AMORES / JEZABEL / SEGI]IDILLAS / LADY OF SPAIN
         Recorded in 200i and released in 2004. Tbe disc reached the top ofthe Eoropean charts immediately and stayed
there at number one lor 23 weeks. The record was award€d the best record ofthe y€ar 2004 award. Ix's pure Spanish
flanenco-rock insbumental and accord;ng to Rob€rt Silverst€h from "20th Century Guitar" magazine in the US, 'Spanish
Blood" is the best flamerco rock album ever made

                                               E I4R (SpriD) H.]!tR 04J
ZORONGO / ANDATUC]A / EL \TTO / DON QUIJOTE / GU]TARRA ENAMORADA / GONZAI-ES / APACI{E / TTIE
SAVAGE / WONDERFUL LAND / CHARIOT / STRANGER ON I't]E SHORE / TELSTAR / TIIEME FROM A
SI]MMER PLACE / JEZEBEL / DRIFTIN / DIAMONDS / MOON LIG}IT / THINKING OF OI]R LO\E / SILADOWS /
SOUL LIMBO / AUTIJM (sic) RAIN / BOABDIL / MOLINTAINS OF THE MOON / WArK DON'T RLrN
         Released in Septernber 2004 was l1 rr'eeks at numbe. on€ on the charts in Europe. with a compilation oflos Jets
material lrom 1962 unti12003, includes the original recording version of "Zo.ongo and Guitarra Enamo.ada" with other
songs taken   liom   some   ofthe 33 albums recorded by the band   so fa..

                                                                   E.M.R. (Spain) E.M.R- 044
RTTUAL FIRE DANCE / EL ARLEQLT]N DE TOLEDO / MALAGT]ENA / GIPSY MOON / FOR A FEW DOLLARS
MORE / HA\C YOU EVER REALLY LO}'ED A WOMAN / LA VIRGEN DE LA MACARENA / SEVILLA / A FIST
FIJLL OF DOLLARS / ARANJUEZ 2ND MONEI,€NI / TIB DANCE OF THE BUFFOON / SPANISH SERENADE /
BRAZO DE CITANO / ?ONCHO / MARIA LATINA / LAS LAGARTERANAS / GUADALAJARA / TIIE LONELY
BULL
         Released in March '05, and launched live at Pip€line 2005 in London. The CD also reached nurnber one.
"40oN - 30oW"     (CD$                                       H.NLR RICORDS (Sp"in) PROMO CD SINGm
THE VALIANT / RAM-BI]NK.SHUSH
          The new Los Jets CD will be released in Ma.ch 2006 under the generic nane ol "40S{-3'W" and w€ could say thet
it is a surfalbum This is a promo single for ihat album.

         ALL ofthe above CD's      are   HIGHLY r€corun€nde4   and are available   iiom Los JetJ   Press Manager C.istina de
Andres at their website   $aw losiets.com

MOMINT        OF TRI-ITH
         Moment Of Truth - Gmeme Thomas. Wanen Rough, Domenic Pratnco and Fjck Belgan are back in the studio
recording an album of'classic' Austlalian instrumentals - sounds excking There's a possib'lity of some live appearances in
the near future too. Stay tuned.

LOCAL IItrRO D\-D
        My favourite filiD, 1983's "lrcal Hero", has finally been releas€d locally on DVD. It featu€s the haun:ting nusic of
Mark Ituopfler. Nell Schofield in the Herald Sun described it as a "charming little fiI1n", "tull of subde humour perlect
pffformances, gjorious scenery", "a limeless litde gem". Distributed by Roadsho% ml€d PG

TRryIA
        Wlilst I was ir Sydney a couple ofyears ago, I heard a track which 'sampl€d' The MarKeys' "Last Nighf'. Does
anyone know what it was? It may have been a TV ad.

SL'BSCRIPTIONS
         Some subscr;ptions are now due. lf you would like to subscribe or renew, please let me know as soon as possible
Subs are AU$30 Per Annuq for SIX Bi-monthly issues, postage (within Australia) paid. Pric€ lor email copies the same
(please specify which you prefer - th€ email version wjll be sent a f€vr days before the "snail mail" copies) Advenising
rates subject to negotiaiiotr.
         Contaci GEOFF JERMY AT 8/52 Hatding Street, Cobu.g, Vic. 3058. Tel: (03) 9386 lg12,Mobile 0r',28 2aa 517,
Enail: sier1lyl@bigpaqi.le!.a!

TOMMY EMMANUEL
          Sydn€y's "Daily Telegraph" of3 September 2005 report€d: "AUSSIE fingerstyle guitarist Tommy trnmanu€l has
picked up three honours at, wait for it the Thumb pickers Hall ofFame Awards in Cedral City, Kentuc$. He can now call
hirnselfthe thumb picker olthe year after, well, pick;ng up that gong as well as b€ing inducted into the Thurnb Pickers Hail
OfFane "

WANTS?
         which instrut ental tracks would you like to   see on CD?   I'n
                                                                  doing a poll to help whh a possible futur€ project and
ne€d your help. Whilst rnost Austmlia4 New Zealand and UK tracks ere now availabl€, there are thousands oftracks still to
appear on the digital format. Let me know your favountesl


DISCOGRAPHIES
          Over the years, I have amassed huge amounts ofdiscographies and infonnation on (rlainly) instrumental artists I
have started to computeriz€ lots ofthese discogaphies. lfthere ar€ any you would likg just ast. Bear in mind, that it rir'ould
be almost impossible to do ihe Shadows or Ventures! !


THE RAPIERS
         From all acc.ouds the trjbule night to Wa].ne Nicholls was a huge success. Unfoflunately, the planned DVD had to
be shelved due to legal and fimncial constraints. Some foot€e of The Rapi€rs live at this years' Shado\iTania is available
at w]rw. shadowsvideos.eo.uk/shadowMnia2005/
         You can also che{k out live tracks as The Rapiers Ar€ Go ot Live 365.com intemet radio. The site is at
ww1v.live365.conr/stalionsl2l4159
         There are links ftom the Shadows music website.
         Further detaib ofRapiers news are al rapig!q@!qpia4-!a!q There are also numerous links to Rapiers-related sites,
including news ofother fund nising concerts held subsequently.

NEW GANDY DANCER. THE MAGAZINE FOR ROCK INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC
     The latest "NGD" is Issue 75, with rumber 76 due very soon. NGD always contains reviews, interviews,
discographies and inte.esting articles, and llas covered over 5,000 new releases! Subscriptions and back issues are awilable
fiom me - GEOIF JERMY, 8/52 Harding Streeq Coburg, \llc. 3058. Tel: (01) 9386 1972. Email: gjsrngAblgpea!.let3q

FURTITER READING
         "shadsfax" is an excell€nl little A5 magrzine concentrating on all matters Shadows. Subs are 17 pounds, contaci
editor Tony Hoftnan at lee|over.iitarfiBd@bstiuillsq
         For Ventures fans, there s The Ventures Resurgencg now Lrp to issue 8 1 . Edited by Gerry Woodae€, it's arailable
at 17 pounds Fom Gerry at E-Mai1-venturestesursencel@tesco.net
         "Pipeline" nagazine, 4 is$res at 1 8 pounds, is co-edited by Alan Taylor and Dave Burke The latest issue, No. 68
features an extensive Iiank Marvin interview The Pipelirc website is *'\{t.oip€li.enragco.uk
         Do you preler rhe "Twang"? futhur Moir is the editor of "Twangsville", devot€d to, ofcoursq Duarc Eddy. Subs
are 15 pounds. Contacl Arthur at DECtlK, P.O. Box 203, Shefreld 51 1xu, Ensland.

HOUND DOG'S BOP SEOP
         HDBS (ltOuND DOG'S BOP SHOP) are at 313 Vicloria Stree! Wert Melboume Vic 3003. Always in stock is a
huge range ofinstrumentals from the 50's and 60's Shadows, Ventwes, Duate Eddy, Atlartics, Johnny & The Hunicanes,
Bill Black's Combo, Chet Atkins, Kim Humpkeys and Spotnicks are just a few ofthe many adists in stock, as well as many
popular labels such as Rarity, Echo, Collector Caneioa4 uftite Label Bison Bop. Lots of vinyl too - 45s and LPs!! Most
olthe new releases reviewed here are available at llDBS. There's also a gowjng range ofDVD's as w€ll as a large range of

          Opening hours are Thunday i0-6, Friday 10-7.30, Satudey 10-3. Call in and check out the rary€, or give DENYS
a call on 03 9329 5362. Denys ca! also atange nail order ifyou wish.


OTHER SOURCES
          Oth€r sou.ces for CD's, D\tD's etc include Birn Bam Records at www.bim-bam.com or Leo's Den, which
specialises in CliffRichard / Shadows product. They ar€ at ww1lr'.1€osden.co.uk

R.I.P. CHARIIE
         Just as I was about to go to print, I rcceived the sad news that Chariie Anag had passed away. Charlie had sufeted
deeply for quite some time, and was ody 58 years old. He played rhythm guit& with his brother Con 5t our ftst 'Shadoz",
and was a lovely guy. He was a v"€ll respected and loved pe.son with a delighftl sense ofhumour and will be sadly miss€d.
Our sincere condolerces io Con.




"ARID" (Australian        (and New Zealand) Rock Instrurnenlal Discogaphy)
         For tbs issue, we focus on The Joy BoF. I've often wondered     if they would   have used that name in these modem


       The titles in lower case are vocals, whilst the titles in UP?ER case are instrufiertals. Any conments, additions or
amendments are welcome.
                                                    THE .IOY BOYS
One   ol Autrratid's longeit lash\g gtottps, ttrc      .Joy Bors werc oriKiMI! tt trio ..,tsistutg o.f &'lin lacobse (Col
.laye)((;aitat., t;ocats), &n,s oklet brcthel Kel,in.lacohsen eimo) and.toh Bosie (Dtuns).In Octohet t957Iaurie h$t't
Oenot S.,t, Ctaine, ani DatE utklge (&tix., wete added to beco,e the Kl.QuitetSoon. a thit't Jacobsebrother'
Keith, joine.l on bass arul &l Joye's populatity saared, pronptiltg the Lhd ge ol ane to the lov B'rys 1he gro p be'ane
norc af a fllppoft to Jore but also rcLonied a sting of insttunentals. N.tln Dd! replaced Br lge qs Ledd Guitlltist in 196l ,
antt Rin Pit,,"         Biuce Gut rcpraced Kein Jacobsen hnw a sucessfut enttepaleurbrcnoter) an t I dutie htin Joh
                    "nd niti 1960'5. 7he grcup harl enomous s1lccess vilh thet ineumenlals as weu at beking! fot love
Bogie atso quil  i    lhe
J\AJ) Sto e an l Nickf Tinmt. F.,!r 4 theb singles rcached the top ten, o rhet three also chani s. Smokz! Mokes was the
oU nxnber one, but Solthem 'Roft' (mned dfel the Stuthen AM.'ra, m qptess lqin tinking Melboume and |r&Pr)
and Murphy 7he Sur;t'ie were abo hits, the latter nas also recoded by the Il S. grcw Ihe &liatis. Br 1979, the group
&nryise.d Rfian      be^    &e!bosrh), h1n Ca ashan (t)tuns), Phil Risss (Bass) atd Itlwie A en (Cuittr) t988 sau'a
aipletety diferent hne-up, inctu.lins G s Fewi.L (R.L's), D.l,id lacoh'en (Gtitqr) Ma* Ma iot (Druns)' Ldftv
Mui&sac (Kes,boardl and t'eter Noituott (S.xi Othe^ arsociate.l with the gtoup at rsious tines brctuled lbtry
 Buchanan (,\ax), Jatn Hayton (L; ita4 and loh ny Spen e lcuita,

ALBUMS:
1. "COL JOYE'S JOY BOYS"
         (LP)                                         (1961)FESTIVAI- (Auso FL 726i
         (LP)                                               POPULAR RECORD CLIJB (AUSi) E-225
RUDY'S ROCK / TLARA / CROSSFTRE / LOVSR'S GUITAR / JOYE  GUITAR BOOGIE / }IENPECKED / MAD /
MIDNIGHTER / SI]NDAY MORNING / ISTANBL]L / CHIEF WHOOPIN''KOFF / WALK. DON'T RT]N

2.   "TFE JOY BOYS - NEW OLD TIME"
         (i-P)                                        (1e62)                     FESTTVAL (Aust) FL.l07s2
         (LP)                                                                    CATENDAR (Aust) R66 264
G\?SY TA? ROCK KNOCK ON YOLR DOOR BILL BAILEY WON'T YOU PLEASE COME HOME -
SOMEBODY STOLE MY GAL / MEDLEYT lF YOU KNEW SUZIE (LiKE I KNOW SUZIE) - KNEES LD MOTHER
BROWN - ABE MY BOY / BARN DANCE ROCK : I CANT GIVE YOU ANYTHTNG BUT LOVE - TWELFTH
STREET RAG / BARN DANCE ROCK : BlE BYE BABY C'OODBYE - TIIE GANG TIIAT SANG "ttEART OF MY
f{EART" / CAI<E WALK ROCK : SMOKEY MOKES -JAMBALAYA (ON THE BAYOU) - \l'T STLIN'RLFUS -
COI,ONF,I- BOGEY

J. "THtr JOY BOYS' FABULOUS           gfIS"
         (IP)                       (1962)              FESTTA]- (Auso FL 10902
SMOKEY MOKES / KURRAWATHA / ISTANBUL / }IENPECKED / WHISTLIN' RLTUS / ]AMBALAYA / WALTZ
OF T}IE FLOWERS / GAVOTTE ESPRESSO / HINDUSTAN / FEELIN' BLLE / NIGHT COACH TO RJO /
SOUTHERN 'RORA

4. "COOKING UP A PARTYWINT              TIiT JOY BOYS"
         (LP)                                         (1963)                     FESTTVAL (Aust) FL ll079
         (LP)                                                                    CALENDAR (Aust) R 66 466
THIS IS TIIE JOY BOYS / STR]CTLY INSTRLJMENTAL / IN THE MOOD / STL{KY / BESAMO MUCHO / LDiBO
ROCK     /   VOLARE (NEL BLU DIPINTO            DI BLU) /      SUMMERTIME       /   NE\TR ON Sf]NDAY          /   SHAZAM /
CHATTANOOGACHOO CHOO / MEDLEY : St(]N DEEP - THIS IS THE JOYBOYS

5. "THE SURFIN' STOMPIN' JOYES"
          (I-P)                             1961)          FESTIVAL (Aust) FL il257
                                                      (March
SWAMPED / HIGIIWAY 69 /                   THE FROLIC / MURPHY T1# SURFIE / BOOTS, SADDLE
                                  MEMPHIS (STOMP)        /
AND SLIRFBOARD / SUN STOMP / MIDNIGHT STJRFER / SANDY, T}IE SURFIN' SANDFLY / DRLM STOMP /
STANDIN' AND STOMPIN'/ ZAMBEST STOMP

6. "ON TOP OF THE WORLD"
          (L")                                        (t974)
                                                       ATA IIARLEQUIN SERIES (Aust L 25114
TOP OF THE WORLD / DANCINC ON A SATL]RDAY MGHT / PORCUPINE PIE / DELTA DAWN / TOUCH TIIE
MORNING / YOLR MAMA DON'T DANCE / TIE A ITLLOW RIBBON ROIJND TIIE OLE OAI( TREE / SAY, HAS
A}N'BODY SEEN N{Y SWEET GYPSY ROSE / A DAISY A DAY / ACORN / YOU'RE SO SWEET / CROCODILE
ROCK

 7. "INSTRUMENTAI-LY YOLIRS"
       (LP)                                (t976)            FESTIVAI- (Aust L 25288
SMOKEi MOKES / SAN ruAN / WALTZ OF TI{E FLOWERS / MIDNIGHT SIIRFER / ML]RPHY TI{E SLTRFIE /
KURRAWATHA / DANCE OF TI{E FLAMES / WHISTLIN'RI,TUS / GAVOTTE ES?RESSO / NIGHT COACH TO
RIO / SOUTIIERN 'RORA / T}Ig FROLTC / BOOTS, SADDLE AND SURiBOARD / HIGIIWAY 69 / FEELIN' BLTJE /
HENPECKED / OPUS / DRLM STOMP / SWAMPED / ZAMBESI STOMP
8.   "THE EXCITING BIG BEAT / TIItr BTSTIIITPARADI"
       (LP)                             (re65)            SE\GN SEAS (Japan) SET.29 (S)
SLAUGIITER ON TENTH A\GNL]E / LOVE ?OTION NO.9 / LITTLE HONDA / TICKET TO RIDE / CAN'T YOU
IIEAR MY TIEARTBEAT / MOWNT / I{ELP ME RHONDA / DO YOU WANT TO DANCE /GT O / ROCK'N'ROLI
MUSIC / DIAMOND TTEAD / MRS. BROWN YOU'VE GOT A LO\ELY DAUGHTER

9. "JOY BOYS IN TOKYO"
       (LP)                              (1e65)               SEVEN SEAS (Japrn) SET 30 (S)
ONNA-GOKORO   NO UTA / ITAKO-BUNE / IWATE NO OSHOSAN / NAGASAKI NO HITO / YAMA GA ARU
KAWA GA ARU / \'LIYAKE TO]\IBJ / MATSU NO KI KOI]TA / TOKYO NO HI YO ITST]MADEMO / SHITANLACHI
NO TAryO / MAKKANA CHI}IEISEN / XAWA \ITA NAGARERU / \'I]BIKIRI NO MACHI

IO.   "TEtr BtrST Of JAPANOSE EITS"
            (LP)                                   (1e66)            sEvEN sEAs (Japan) SEr.56 (S)
GtN NO NAMIDA / BLLIE E\GS / BLUE SL.NSET /              WA(AMONO TACHI / GOLDEN GUITAR / A STAR ON
BATTLE GROLN{D / LO\ts FOREVER / CRAZY GUITAi                 /   VfY LONELY IIRST LO}'E    /   LIKE A ROSE   /
SENTIMENTAL GIJ]TAR / ITSL]NIADEMO TTSII\4ADEMO

11.   "LlTTLtr IIONDA"      (as COL   JO\T & THE JOY BOYS)
            (CD)                                   (1992)                SE\4N SEAS (Japar) KICP 2317
LITTLE HONDA / G.T.O, / DIAMOND IIEAD / MOVTN' / ITELP ME RHONDA / DO YOU WANNA DANCE / LO\C
POTION NUMBER NTNT / BRA\E MAN / SLAI,]GHTER ON TENTH A\ENLIE / CAN'T YOU HEAR MY
T{EARTBEAT / MRS,BROWN YOU'\T GOT A LOVELY DAUGHTER / T]CKET TO RIDE / ROCK AND ROLL
MUSIC / GOLDEN GLIITAR / CRAZY GUITAR / SENTLMENTAL GUITAR / SIL\ER TEARS (Glr\ NO NATVIDA) /
FORE\CR FORE\ER (ITSUI,trADEMO ITSLMADEMO) / BLUE E\TS / RED SUNSET (BLLIE SLT.]SET) / WITH
YOU FORE\TR (LOVE fORE\GR)

12.   "IT'S THf, JOYBOYS - SHAZAM!"
            (CD)                        (r998)              FESTIVAL/SPIN (Aust) D 262si
M]DMTE                  /
                  SOUTHERN 'RORA / MLTRP}IY THE SIIRFIE / BOOTS SADDLES AND ST]RIIBOARDS /
              ST]RFER
SILAZAM / LIMBO ROCK / SWAMPED / HIGFIWAY 69 / MEMPHIS STOMP / THE FROLTC / SANDY TIIE SL]RFIN'
SANDFLY / STANDIN' AND STOMPIN' / KIJRRAWATHA / ]STANBLII / MGHT COACH TO RIO / \I'ILD LO\E /
(TTIEME fROM) THE ANTHILL / THE BLUEBIRD / STR]CTLY INSTRTIIVfENTAI / SKIN DEEP / TEELIN' BLLIE /
}TENPECKED / WI{ISTLING RUFUS / WALTZ OF THE IiLOWERS / HINDUSTAN / GAVO'ITE ESPRTSSO /
SI]MMERTIME / SMOKEY MOKES / JAMBAIAYA / BYE BYE BABY GOODBYE

COMPII"4TION AI,RUMS:
r, "TOP AORTY HITS"
       GP)                                                               FESTIVAL (Ausl) ML.:10726
.ISTANBL,'L

2. "BRIAN HENDERSON'S BAI\DSTAND"
            (LP)                                                         FESTIVAL (Aust) FL.10727
. SMOKEY MOKES

3. "6 o'CLOCK ROCK VOL.2"
            (LP)                                                         FESTIVAL (Aust) FL 10738
- JOYE GUITAR BOOGIE

4. "f, !'ERYTEING'S SWINCING"
            (LP)                                                         POPLILAR (Aus, E 232
- RIJDY'S ROCK      /WALK DON'T RLIN

s.   "JoyrrM.E" (wlTH col       JOYE & JrrDY STONE)
            (LP)                                   (re62)                FESTIVAL (Aust) f L.10790
-   IO\'F   GI ]TTAR BOOG] E / MIDNIGHTER /   KURRAWATHA / LOVEILS GUITAR

6. "FESTTVAL'S HIT PARADE"
            (LP)                                   (re63)                FESTWAL (Aus0 FL 30907
                                                                         CAIENDAR (Ausr) R66-t   14
. SMOKEY MOKES / WAITZ OF THE FLOWERS

7. "BRI,{N qf,NDERSON'S BANDSTAND '63"
            (LP)                                   (196:i)               FESTTVAL (Aust) FL 31047
    DANCE OT TiIE ELAMES
8. "NATIONAL TOP 40 HITS"
         (LP)                                                     FESTIVAL (Aust FL.3 I 087
- THE BLUEBIRD / TIIEME FROM THE ANTHILL

9. "THE ALL AUSTRALLAN     IIIT PARADI"
      (LP)                                 (r964)                 FE   STIVAL (Aus, FL.3   I2I   7
, MURPIry THE SURFIE / THIS IS TT{E JOY BOYS

IO."LET THE GOOD TIMtrS ROLL"
      (LP)                                                        CALENDAR (Aus, L.15232
      (LP)                                    (1e73)              FESTJVAL    (Aust)   ?
- SMOKEY MOKFS

I   I." ROCK AN D ROLL AUSTRA.LIA"
         (LP)                                 (19',1s)            FESTIVAL (Aust) L.2s2l I
         (cAs)                                                    FESTIVAL (Aust) C.2521 1
         (cD)                                                     FESTIVAL (Aust) D.2521 1
    SMOKEY MOKES

I2."SURFIN' SAFARI"
         (LP)                                 (November   1977)   K-TEL (Aust) NA.502
- MURPHY TTIE SL]RFIE

13."HrTS OF THtr 50'S & 60'5"
         (LP)                                                     FESTIVAL (Aust) L 25:129
13a,"20 COLDEN GRtrATS OF TIttr 50'S & 60'5"
         (LP)                                 (1980)              FESTIVAT (Aust) r.25329
         (CD)                                                     FESTIVAL (Aust) D.2s329
- MIJRP}'Y THE ST]RFIE

14."20 GOLDtrN GRAATS OF TEE 60'5"
         (LP)                                 (r98r)              FESTIVAI- (Aus0 L.25369
         (cD)                                                     FESTIVAI (Aust) D.25369
- SOIJTHF,RN 'RORA

Is,"NAT YOUNG'S EISTORY OF AUSTRALIAN SURFING"
         GP)                                  (1e86)              CBs (Aust) CP 16
, Mf]REry T}IE SURFIE

I6."DRUM CRAZY"
         (CD)                                (2000)              FESTIVAL / SPIN (Aust)D26299
- ISTANBLa     SKIN DEEP / (TIIEME FROM) ANTHILL (all as THE JOY BOYS featuring JOHN BOGrE) CD also
                /
includes lN A pERSIAN NtrA.RKET by JOHN BOGIE & MILAN TROHA and CARAVAN by JOHN BOCIE

17.   "SPINNING AROUND   VOL.I   50   YTARS OF FtrSTIVAL RtrCORDS _ THE LOCAL ITARS 1952-1977"
         (2CD)                               (2001)              FESTIVAI MUSIIROOM (Aust) i34s'12
- SMOKY MOKES

Is."BOARD BOOGIE     - SURF'N'TWANG       FROM DOWN UNDER"
         (CD)                                 (2002)              BIG BEAT GIK) CDWIKD 2t ]
. MIDNITE SIJRFER / SANDY T}'E SLIRIIN' SANDFLY / SWAMPED / GAVOTTE ESPRESSO / MURPHY THE
SIJRI]E / (TIIEME FROTO THE ANT HILL / BOOTS. SADDLE & SURTBOARD / TTIE FROLIC / ST,{NDIN' &
STOMPNV

EP'S:
l.    "JOYRJDII"                              (19s?)              FESTTVAL (Aust     Fx    s007
COLONEL BOGEY / plls lracks by Col Joye

2.    "ISTANBUL"                       (August           1961)    IESTIVAL (Aus0 FX 10054
TSTANBUL / SUNDAY MORNING / MAD / TIARA

3."Tlltr JOY BOYS BIG FOIIR"           (December 196 i)       FESTIVAL (Aust         Fx.lol2s
HINDI JSTAN / HEN,PECKED / SMOKEY MOKES / WALK - DON'T RLI}.I
4. "ROCKIN' wlTH TEE JOY        BOYS"      Qecember                     l96l)
                                                              FESTIVAI (Aust) FX.10126
RLTDY'S ROCK / JO\T GTJITAR BOOGIE / CHIEF WHOOPIN'-KOFF / CROSSFIRE

5. "LOVtrR'S GUITAR"                                     @ecemberlaozl fl-SilVALa{uv)l\.04'8
LOVER S GUITAR / TIARA / FEELIN' BI-LIE / MIDNIGHTER

6. "SOUTHERN 'ROR{"                     (June t 963)       FESTIVAL (Aust IX 10500
SOUTHERN 'RORA / NIGHT COACH TO RIO / KLJRRAWATHA / BYg BYE BABY GOODBYE

7. "\!'AITZ OF TIItr FLOWERS"          (re63)                FESTML (Aust FX.10587
WAITZ OF TI{E FLOWERS / GAVOTTE ESPRESSO / )clfAs GUITAR / wlLD LO\€

8. "THE JOY BOYS'  HITS"                 (Septenber 1963)       IESTIVAL (Aust FX.I0705
WHISTLIN' RI,TUS / TTIEME FROM THE ANTHILL / TIIE BLLTEBIRD / DANCE OF TI{E FLAMES

9.   "TI]IS IS TI{E JOYBOYS"                  (Decernber 1963)    FESTIVAL (Aust) FX 10741
TH tS   IS THE JOY BOYS / IN TIIE MOOD / LIMBO ROCK / MEDLEY: SKIN DEEP - THIS lS Tl{E JOY BOYS

IO. "MURPHY THE SURFItr"                  (March 1964)          FESTIVAL (Aust FX                              10771
MI]RPIry TI{E SI]RfIE / LIMBO ROCK / ZAMBESI STOMP / STRTCTLY INSTRUMENTAL

IT. "STOMP PARTY"
                                      ,
                                                         (November       l96a)       FESTIVAL (Auso FX.10897
\4f \,PruS   (S   TO\,{P, SU\ STOVP       S   TANDIN,   A\D   S'I   O\,lPU\' / DRLM STOMP

I2- "SORF PARTY"                                         (December      196a)       FESTML      (Ausl) FX 10898
MIDNIGHT SIJRFER / SANDY TI{E SfIRFIN' SANDFI-Y / SUMMERII},{E / SWAMPED

13.   "INSTRUMtrNTAI SHOWCASE" (RECORD 2 OF                         3EP   SET)      FESTML      (Aust)   )(-   30162
SOUTI]ERN RORA / SMOKEY MOKES / MLTRPIIY TI{E ST1RFIE / BOOTS. SADDLE AND SIIRFBOARD
 (NOTE: RECORD I by ROB E.G;RECORD 3 by HERB ATPERT'S TIJUANABRASS)

14, "JAPANESE       FOLK   HITS"                         (1966)                     SEVEN SEAS    (JAPAN)      PP-119
W,{KAMONOTACHI / ITST]TIADEMO / GIN NO NAMIDA / GOLDEN GIJ]TAR

COMPII,ATION EP'S:
l.   ".r FROM     BANDSTAID"                                                        FESTIVAL (Aust) MP.00l
- STR]CTLY IN STRTIMENTAI

2. "SUNDAY TtrLEGRAPH IINDDR              21"                                       SUNDAY TELEGRA?H (Aust) TEL 001
                                                                                    FESTIVAL (Aust.) EP. OO I

- HIGIIWAY 69

3. "TEtr BIG INSTRUMf,NTAL       HITS"                                              FESTIVAL (Aus0 FX.10702
- PLEASE WALK QUIETLY

SINCLES:
I    TSTANBLTL / I{EN?ECKED (COL JOYE'S JOY BOYS)
                                                         (Ja.uary     196l)         TESTIVAL (Aust FK.l I s8
2    ISTANBLTL / MAD (COL JOYE'S JOv           BOYS)                                TOP RANK (Holland) HTR 626
3. HINDUSTAN /       FEELIN'BLIJE                        (March      1961)          FESTIVAL (Aust FK.8
4. SMOKEY MOKES /      KLTRRAWATHA       (August                     1961)          FESTIVAL (Aust) FK.94
5 WHISTLIN' RLIILIS / JOYE GUTTAR BOOGIE (January                     1962)         FESTIVAL (Aust) FK 143
6 SOUTITERN 'RORA / NIGHT COACH TO RIO (June                        1962)           FESTIVAI (Aust/NZ) FK.227
7. WATTZ OF ]'I{E FLOWERS / GAVOTTE ESPRESSO
                                                         (September     1962)       FESTIVAL (Aust) FK 256
8. XMAS GUITAR / WILD       Lo\E                         (Decembe.      1e62)       IESTTVAI (Aust) FK 297
9 T}IEME  FROM TTIE ANTHILL / PLEASE WALK QUIETLY
                                         (March                      1961)          FESTIVAI-   (Aust) FK 127
l0 TIIE BLUEBIRD / DANCE OF THE FLAMES (Mav                         1963)           FESTWAT     (Aust) FK.l67
                                                                                    FESTIVA]-   (NZ) FK,]67
I LTHIS IS TIIE JOY BOyS / IN TllE MOOD (Septenber 1963)                            FESTIVAT    (Auso rK.434
I2.MLrRPHY TllE SLRFIE / ZAMBESI STOMP (Nov€nbe.1963)                               FESTryAT    (Auso FK.47l
] 3 .BOOTS. SADDLE AND SLIRFBOARD / TI{E FROLIC
                                                         (March1964)                FESTIVAI(Ausr)IK.52e
i4.pistolpackin'mama / searchin'        (June 1964)          FESTIVAL (Aust) FK.676
ls.say one for me / WELCOME             (Nove'nber i 964)    FESTIVAL (Aust FK 789
I6,WAKOUDA NO SANKA (TT'IE FIIA{N FOR THE YOUNG) (TIIE FROLIC) / HAIWEI ROKUJUKYU (HIGI{WAY
69)
                                                    (i96,1)              SEVEN SEAS (Japan) HlT.1l36
IT.TICKET TO RIDE / LO\E PoTIoN NO 9                (t965)               SEVEN SEAS (Japan) HlT. i242
l8,I{ELP ME RHONDA / MRS. BROWN YOU'VE GOT A LO\ELY DAUGHTER
                                                    (1e65)               SEVEN SEAS (Japan) HrT.l243
19  DIAMOND IIEAD / MOVIII                    (1965)                 SEVEN SEAS (Japan) HIT.12,I4
2o.QANTAS 107 / BRA\E MAN (P/S)               (1965)                 SE\€N SEAS (Japan) HIT.1247 (S)
         (NOTtr: QANTAS 107 is actually SOUTHERN'RORA with jet plane sounds instead ofdiesel train hornsll)
2 1 }IARLTICANARU GANDAGEI (TI{E ROAD TO GUNDAGAI) / BOTANX BEY (BOTANY BAY)
                                                    0966)                SEVBN SEAS (Japan) HIT.]388
                       NAMIDA
22.CRAZY GLTITAR / GIN NO                           (1966)               SEVEN SEAS (Japan) HIT 1393
23.CARA MIA / KINKY (ANGAROO                        (May ]966)           ATA (Aus, ATAK.I]62
24.SAN ruAN / OPUS                                  (August 1967)        ATA(AuS'ATAK.1881
25 SABRE DANCE / FRIDDLE                            (January 1969)       ATA (Aust ATA(.2766
26.the little boy that santa claus forgot / XMAS GLTITAR
                                                    (December  l9?a)     ATA (Aust) K.5758
27 NO OTI{ER LO\G / TIIE BREEZE AND          I      (March I976)         ATA   (Aus,   K.6108
28 resurection shu{Tle / slowdancin'                (Sepianbe. I 976)    ATA (Aust) K.65   19

				
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