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EASYBEATS
(CD)
[ERA : 60s / Garage, Rock, Pop, Psych ]

2017 remastered version/ The Easybeats are Australian music royalty; they left an undeniable mark on Australian music history that continues to be felt today. Originating from the Villawood migrant centre in Sydney's west, the band went on to international stardom in the 1960s, they were the first act from Australia to score an international hit with the 1966 single Friday on My Mind. Released originally on vinyl in 1980. The music has been remastered by long term Alberts producer Don Bartley and the artwork has been recreated to match the original pressing. This 4CD set is a comprehensive collection of The Easybeats recordings. The album was curated by Ted Albert in the late 70s. Enjoy!

For My Woman * Say That You're Mine * She's so Fine * Wedding Ring * Easy as Can Be * Sad and Lonely and Blue * You Said That * You Got It Off Me * You Can't Do That * Funny Feelin' * In My Book * Women (Make You Feel Alright) * Come and See Her * I'll Make You Happy * Too Much * Sorry * Made My Bed (Gonna Lie in It) * Friday On My Mind * Pretty Girl * Remember Sam * Who'll Be the One You Love (2017 Remaster) * Do You Have a Soul? (Good Friday Version) * Heaven & Hell * Hello, How Are You? * Come in You'll Get Pneumonia * Good Times * Bring a Little Lovin' * The Music Goes Round My Head (Fast) * Falling Off the Edge of the World * The Shame Just Drained * What in the World * Land of Make Believe * Peculiar Hole in the Sky * Lisa * Saturday Night * Amanda Storey * Down to the Last 500 * Lay Me Down and Die * Wait a Minute * I Love Marie * Rock 'n' Roll Boogie * Can't Find Love * St. Louis

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EASYBEATS - EASYBEATS : ABSOLUTE ANTHOLOGY 1965-69 (4CD) (CD25605/CD)

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