Magazine clippings I used to cut out of newspapers and the music press back in my youth.
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32 comments:

  1. fantastic idea Bazzil!

    I look forward to checking back frequently ...

    best wishes
    mr.K

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  2. hiya Bazzil

    I've really enjoyed some of these articles! ... I just wish my mum didn't burn most of my old mags and cuttings in the backyard incinerator sometime last century. What on earth possessed her???!!!

    cheers
    mr.K

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  3. Wow what a seriously great idea for a blog !!

    I'm loving it, keep it coming...

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  4. Some great reading here.
    Takes me back.

    Well done

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  5. I'm feeling very old... it only seems like yesterday that....gmphgk (oops my false teeth fell out).... nicely done Bazzil ... yes

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  6. Hey there, thanks for linking to my Vinyl Goldmine blog...I added you to my link list. Very cool stuff here!

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  7. Hey! I can't tell you how much the picture/article of Jello Biafra's wedding means to me. I was 10 at the time and pretty clueless, but as I am today I had been looking all over just for what you provided here. I will be a return visitor and I will spread the word!

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  8. Hi Bazzil lol
    I'm not really into your music.But your great at setting up your website.Keep the good work up.
    Best Dad in the world!!!

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  9. Hi, I used to be an announcer at ZZZ from 86 to 91. I was watching the ABC tonight when Kyie Kwong used the word 'scholars', which immediately made me think of the Sydney band The Skolars. Which is how I found your blog.

    Thank you so much! Now if there were only a way I could listen to their music again...


    Please keep this going! Thank you!

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  10. I do have a number of old singles of The Skolars, I'll see what I can do.

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  11. Very interesting. Great job. Cheers!

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  12. Gday
    I came across your blog and album archive while looking for Mystery of Sixes info. Great stuff!

    That 24-2-09 entry reminded me that I have an article/interview with Les from 2001, talking about Mystery bootlegs, gigs, and history. Let me know if you'd like a copy.

    I've also got some late 80s singles and eps that you might like to add, from Hard-ons, Celibate Rifles, and Insane Hombres.

    Finally, you got me inspired! It's a bit on the daggy side compared to your site, and covers a later period, but I'm having fun making it.

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  13. Hi Rob thanks for the feedback, anything you want to run over this way is always appreciated. Good to see it inspired you. I ran a link your way.

    Cheers
    bazzil

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  14. I just emailed that interview. Any preferences for file size/type for record covers?
    Thanks for the link.
    Rob

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  15. Hi Bazzil. Love the blog, and the site. I came across a yahoo post asking about Love Party's "Dance To The Rhythm Of Christ". I think that was you? Anyways, what I would give to hear that song again. I did some 2am till 6am shifts at ZZZ in the early 80s & if remember correctly the song wasnt released to the public, ZZZ had a demo 1/4 inch sent to them which they transferred to an audio cart for ease of playback by the DJs. Have you ever come across the track?
    Cheers & keep up the good work. BR

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  16. Yeah, it was me.
    I haven't come across it sorry to say. I did have it on cassette many years ago but that's disappeared.
    So if you do get a copy give me a buzz.

    Cheers
    bazzil

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  17. Thanks bazzil. I'll let you know how I go! Cheers BR

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  18. Terry O'StipeDecember 02, 2009

    Great stuff Bazzil!

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  19. Hey there Bazzil,thanks for the 'No Nonsense',any more would be very appreciated along with early 'Allniters' if you have any,cheers again

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  20. I still have a copy of "Love Party - Dance to the rhythm of christ" on cassette..i'll find it and try to upload it..THIS IS A GREAT SITE..so many memories...i even get a mention in one of the newspaper clippings...Thank You Bazzil

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  21. As soon as you find it run it over!!
    I'd love to hear that again after all these years.

    Cheers
    bazzil

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  22. Wow! What a unique idea for a blog! I love the concept and your finds are so cool! Its really eye opening to what music used to be and how it is now, Great work!

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  23. I found your site because I follow Madison Rose, I'm glad I did...very cool, I love all things 80's which was my era...Great music...long live Rock and Roll!!!

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  24. hi Andy here from sister Christmas , Black Market, Turks ,Love Brisbane

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  25. AnonymousJune 16, 2013

    Found this...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_Party_%28band%29

    They list the track in the article...
    And names of Band members...
    Maybe to follow up in the quest for a copy of
    "Love Party - Dance to the rhythm of Christ"

    Sean



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  26. heya bazzil,
    Any joy yet in tracking down a copy of Love Party's "Dance to the Rhythm of Christ"?

    I just had a friend ask me if I knew where / how she could hear it again and I've trawled my old recorded off the radio 4ZZZ tapes thinking it may have been lurking on one ... but alas no.

    Love to know how the search for this holy grail is going ...

    Hope all is booming and zooming, mate.

    mr.Kenneth & radioShirley

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  27. No luck, sad to say, this one could be lost to time. Do get back if you track it down.
    :)

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    1. Love Party - Dance To The Rhythm Of Christ
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TO5RNqTfmXE

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    2. Wow!! haven't heard this fo over 30 years.
      Thanks Anonymous

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    3. Glad you got the message. I wasn't sure if this Guestbook was still active. I originally saw your post on the Ausrock site, and then remembered the YouTube upload by louiesound. Was going to post the link there but I'm not a member of the Ausrock Forum - must get around to signing up there one day. Sorry about the anonymous post - didn't know you could simply type in a username.

      Regards

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    4. I am still active, not dead yet :)
      I just don't post to the blog these days, maybe I'll pick it up again... we'll see.

      Thanks again for the chance to hear that one again detour!

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  28. Will do definitely ...
    thanks bazzil

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