A one off single from the team of the ABC tv show Live and Sweaty to coincide withh the Olympics. Why I have no idea. Apart from Denton Elle McFeast, Debbie Spillane, Rex Mossop, Lex Marinos and Crackers Keenan are featured :)
1965 album for kiwi songstress Dinah Lee, good beat, pop and even ska from this talented vocalist Songs: What Kind of Love Is This, What Did He Say, Twist and Shout, It's For You, Oh Boy, Hey Chickie Baby, I'll Forgive You, Then Forget You, He Can't Do the Blue Beat, Long Way From St Louis, Shout, Hot Spot, Is It True
Flame Fortune was an american pop tart girlfriend of Michael Hutchence from INXS and recorded this one of semi hit, which is kind of collectible due to the involvement of Hutchence, and Tim Farriss of INXS, Rick Grossman of Hoodoo Gurus and divinyls, James Reyne, Barton Price of the models
here's the video for the single
it was also used by Molly (meldrum) in a commercial for bike safety, wear a stack hat.
Children's tv host and draft dodger simon townsend released this one off track as part of a kid's party album of novelty hits. This and his performance of the dgen late show proved once and for all he can't sing
A big band touch to the Pearl Jam classic by Australia's own Frank Bennett, a hybrid of the tlenets of Frank sinatra and Tony Bennett who released a couple of magical album adding his own interpretation to contemporary classics in the 90s
tracks: better man, you're just too hip baby, five o'clock shadow