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Down Under Hour 04-17-2024 show 64

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Show 64

Broadcast 04-17-2024

Football, meat pies, kangaroos and Holden cars.

Intro: Roulette - Dom Mariani and the Majestic Kelp, Underwater Casino, 2003

My Girl - The Hoodoo Gurus, from the 1983 album Stoneage Romeos.

Only Lonely - Divinyls, released in Australia in 1982 as part of the soundtrack to the film Monkey Grip. Released in the US in 1983 on the album Desperate. This version from the 1991 compilation Essential.

Short Memory - Midnight Oil, from their 1982 album 10, 9, 8 etc.

Diamonds In the Mine - Sarah Carroll, her 2024 single.

Eye On You - Fenn Wilson, from his 2019 album Ghost Heroin. He’s the son of singer Sarah Carroll and the late Chris Wilson.

(little ditty - 1970s ad extolling the virtues of “football, meat pies, kangaroos and Holden cars.”)

Candles - King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, from one of their 2022 albums, Omnium Gatherum. (Meaning a miscellaneous collection of things or persons; a confused mixture; a medley.)

Little Kings - Ayers Rock, from their 1976 album Beyond, recorded in the USA while on tour.

The House of Love - Wesley Fuller, a 2023 single from his 2024 album All Fuller, No Filler.

Superman - Alison MacCallum, her debut single, which came out in 1972 and was written and produced by George Young and Harry Vanda. Those guys!

Won’t Give You That - Dan Sultan, from his self-titled 2023 album.

Eleanor Rigby - Zoot, a 1970 single, paired with Turn Your Head. Also on their 1971 LP Zoot Out. This version from a 2018 collection, Archaeology. Features Rick Springfield, real name Richard Springthorpe, and future Little River Band founder Beeb Birtles, real name Gerard Bertelkamp. The Beatles’ version was on their 1966 album Revolver.

Losing Something - the Babe Rainbow, from their 2017 debut album.

Black Islands - David Bridie, from his album Wake, a 2013 release.

Hey Jimmy - Flash And The Pan from their 1982 album Headlines.

By My Side - INXS, from 1990, their album X. 

Outro - Chicken Omelette, by Baby Langston, from their acclaimed 1998 album.   

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