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Easybeats, The


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, ...

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 ...

see also Steve Wright

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