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[ERA : 60s / Rock, Beat ]
Repertoire re-issue/ Digi-pak/ 1966's Volume 3 was the last album the Easybeats recorded in Australia before heading to England in hopes of conquering the pop world; by this time they were firmly established as Australia's most popular group, and while Volume 3 doesn't quite sound like a band going through the motions, it also suggests they'd accomplished as much as they were likely to with producer Ted Albert and the songwriting team of Little Stevie Wright and George Young. Significantly, Harry Vanda would come into the forefront as Young's songwriting partner on their next album, Friday on My Mind. But if Volume 3 doesn't capture the Easybeats at their VERY best, it hardly disappoints; opening with the tough, R&B flavored Sorry, the album moves through expressive love songs (Say You Want Me and Dance of the Lovers), tough rockers (You Said That and Not in Love with You), Beatles-styled smart pop (Promised Things and The Last Day of May) and hard-stomping dance tunes (My My My) with confidence and aplomb over the course of its 13 tracks.
Sorry * Funny feelin' * Say you want me * You said that * Goin' out of my mind * Not in love with you * Promised things * The last day of May * Today * My my my * Dance of the lovers * What do you want babe * Can't you leave her * BONUS TRACKS : Hound dog * Do you have a soul * Saturday night * My old man's a groovy old man * The Easybeats Medley * Mean old lovin' * I'm happy * Hey baby * I don't agree * Keep your hands of my babe * I'm just trying.

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