Australia's celebrated 1970's group Ted Mulry Gang (or TMG, as they were commonly known among fans-if you couldn't abbreviate your band name you just weren't cool or hip). They had an album titled 'Struttin' in 1976 featuring the band innocently hanging out with their cool 70's get up. Made for a damn fine album cover, and today it's a fantastic snapshot of fashion days gone by.

Australia's celebrated 1970's group Ted Mulry Gang (or TMG, as they were commonly known among fans-if you couldn't abbreviate your band name you just weren't cool or hip). They had an album titled 'Struttin' in 1976 featuring the band innocently hanging out with their cool 70's get up. Made for a damn fine album cover, and today it's a fantastic snapshot of fashion days gone by.

60's/70s icons for Australia JOHNNY YOUNG, RUSSELL MORRIS, BRIAN CADD 2012

60's/70s icons for Australia JOHNNY YOUNG, RUSSELL MORRIS, BRIAN CADD 2012

The Masters Apprentices - Turn Up Your Radio (1970)  Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1970:  The Masters Apprentices [ performing on Hit Scene ] the hit single 'Turn Up The Radio' (April, 1970).  Band Origin: Adelaide, SA, Australia

The Masters Apprentices - Turn Up Your Radio (1970) Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1970: The Masters Apprentices [ performing on Hit Scene ] the hit single 'Turn Up The Radio' (April, 1970). Band Origin: Adelaide, SA, Australia

▶ The Groop - "Sorry" (Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1967) - The Groop were an Australian folk, R, rock band formed in 1964 Melbourne, Australia; had their greatest chart success w/second line-up of Max Ross, Richard Wright (drums and vocals) Don Mudie (lead guitar), Brian Cadd (keyboards and vocals, and Ronnie Charles (vocals). The Wesley Trio formed early in 1964 with Ross, Wright and Peter McKeddie on vocals, they were renamed The Groop at the end of the year.

▶ The Groop - "Sorry" (Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1967) - The Groop were an Australian folk, R, rock band formed in 1964 Melbourne, Australia; had their greatest chart success w/second line-up of Max Ross, Richard Wright (drums and vocals) Don Mudie (lead guitar), Brian Cadd (keyboards and vocals, and Ronnie Charles (vocals). The Wesley Trio formed early in 1964 with Ross, Wright and Peter McKeddie on vocals, they were renamed The Groop at the end of the year.

▶ The Loved Ones - "More Than Love" (1965) The Loved Ones were an Australian rock band formed in 1965 in Melbourne following the British Invasion. The line-up of Gavin Anderson on drums, Ian Clyne on organ and piano, Gerry Humphrys on vocals and harmonica, Rob Lovett on guitar, and Kim Lynch on bass guitar recorded their early hits.

▶ The Loved Ones - "More Than Love" (1965) The Loved Ones were an Australian rock band formed in 1965 in Melbourne following the British Invasion. The line-up of Gavin Anderson on drums, Ian Clyne on organ and piano, Gerry Humphrys on vocals and harmonica, Rob Lovett on guitar, and Kim Lynch on bass guitar recorded their early hits.

▶ Colleen Hewitt - Superstar (1971) - YouTube

▶ Colleen Hewitt - Superstar (1971) - YouTube


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60's/70s icons for Australia JOHNNY YOUNG, RUSSELL MORRIS, BRIAN CADD 2012

60's/70s icons for Australia JOHNNY YOUNG, RUSSELL MORRIS, BRIAN CADD 2012

YVONNE BARRETT & THE CHEROKEES 1966 MOD BEAT - YouTube

YVONNE BARRETT & THE CHEROKEES 1966 MOD BEAT - YouTube

▶ Coloured Balls (Australian) - "Working Man's Boogie" (1972) - Lobby Loyde formed the psychedelic/hard/blues-rock group Coloured Balls in March 1972 with Andrew Fordham on guitar and vocals, Janis Miglans on bass guitar and Trevor Young on drums.

▶ Coloured Balls (Australian) - "Working Man's Boogie" (1972) - Lobby Loyde formed the psychedelic/hard/blues-rock group Coloured Balls in March 1972 with Andrew Fordham on guitar and vocals, Janis Miglans on bass guitar and Trevor Young on drums.

▶ The Loved Ones - "More Than Love" (1965) The Loved Ones were an Australian rock band formed in 1965 in Melbourne following the British Invasion. The line-up of Gavin Anderson on drums, Ian Clyne on organ and piano, Gerry Humphrys on vocals and harmonica, Rob Lovett on guitar, and Kim Lynch on bass guitar recorded their early hits.

▶ The Loved Ones - "More Than Love" (1965) The Loved Ones were an Australian rock band formed in 1965 in Melbourne following the British Invasion. The line-up of Gavin Anderson on drums, Ian Clyne on organ and piano, Gerry Humphrys on vocals and harmonica, Rob Lovett on guitar, and Kim Lynch on bass guitar recorded their early hits.

1972 release for Aussie Russell Morris-Wings of an Eagle... Not sure this is the best recording but they are scarce. This is a beautiful song. Have heard Russell sing it at a number of performances live.

1972 release for Aussie Russell Morris-Wings of an Eagle... Not sure this is the best recording but they are scarce. This is a beautiful song. Have heard Russell sing it at a number of performances live.

Russell Morris (today).  This makes me feel really old now.

Russell Morris (today). This makes me feel really old now.

PVT & Russell Morris - The Real Thing (APRA Music Awards 2012)

PVT & Russell Morris - The Real Thing (APRA Music Awards 2012)

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