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Easybeats, The


The Four Tops: Saville Theatre, London

Live Review by Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, November 1966


Easybeats Didn't Copy The Beatles

Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, December 1966

THE EASYBEATS are new and young — all teenagers — and so are vital in a slightly sagging pop scene that was given a shot ...

The Easybeats; Two In A Row?

Interview by Bill Harry, Record Mirror, February 1967

A peep into the studio where The Easybeats are cutting the follow-up to 'Friday On My Mind' ...

The Easybeats

Retrospective by Tom Hibbert, History of Rock, The, 1982

An Australian group with stardom on their minds. IN MID-SIXTIES AUSTRALIA, home-grown acts found it difficult to penetrate the music scene on a national ...

The Easybeats

Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, The Faber Companion to 20th-Century Popular Music, 2001

George Young, b. 6 November 1947, Glasgow, Scotland; Gordon 'Snowy' Fleet, b. 16 August 1946, Bootle, Lancashire, England; Dick Diamonde, b. 28 December 1947, Hilversum, ...

Prehistoric Sounds: In Search of an Australian Rock'n'Roll

Overview by Mark Mordue, Sydney Morning Herald, the, December 2004

I'VE STARTED writing this story a hundred different ways and every time I think I might be getting somewhere I end up stumbling across some ...

Overcoming the Cringe: A Potted History of Australian Rock and Pop

Overview by Clinton Walker, Sunday Mail (Australia), 2006

WHEN ROCK 'N' ROLL exploded by that name in the mid-1950s, it wasn't as if there hadn't been any warning. For the some time [sic ...

George Young should be remembered as the sonic architect of Australian rock music

Obituary by Andrew Stafford, Guardian, The, October 2017

The Easybeats guitarist and AC/DC producer wasn't just a star in his own right, but a behind-the-scenes industry giant. ...

see also Steve Wright

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