Mondo Rock was an Australian rock band formed in November 1976 by singer-songwriter, Ross Wilson (ex-Daddy Cool). They're best known for their second album, Chemistry which was released in July 1981 and peaked at number 2 on the Australian Kent Music Report. Their song "Come Said the Boy" peaked at number 2 in Australia in 1983. The group disbanded in 1991, although they have periodically undertaken reunion concerts
Mandorock 2000 Live is a live album by Phil Beer with The Phil Beer Band. It is a recording of a live performance of his very scarce album Mandorock at Hutingdon Hall, Worcester in September 2000. Though its most popular release was 2009, it is possible that earlier copies were released in 2000. The Shape I'm In" - 3:17. Goldwatch Blues" - 4:23. Tower of Song" - 4:56. Adieu Sweet Lovely Nancy" - 5:18. Frank And Jessie James" - 4:26.
Rhythm Methodist (typeset as RHYThM METhODIST on the 2005 version) is the fourth studio album by Phil Beer (sixth including the Phil Beer Band studio albums). Recorded at Riverside Studio whilst on a break from Show of Hands, the album is a double album, with disc one, Songs, containing cover versions of songs, whilst disc two, Instrumentals, consists almost entirely of Beer's arrangements of traditional, instrumental pieces
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Complete your The Phil Beer Band collection. Mandorock 2000 Live (CD, Album). Talking Elephant Records.
Phil Beer Band chronology. Mandorock is a studio album by the Phil Beer Band in 2000. Like the follow-up Once in a Blue Moon it is very rare. Mandorock is the first Phil Beer Band album, and Beer's fifth solo studio album. Mandorock 2000 Live, released in 2009, a live recording from the Phil Beer Band from this era. The song "Red River Valley" appears on Box Set One (2010).
With The Phil Beer Band, the very scarce albums Mandorock and Once in a Blue Moon were released in 2000 and 2001 respectively. As Hard Hats and The Works were out of print by the 21st century, they were re-released together as Hard Works in 2000. In 2001, he and other former members of The Albion Band released an album called Ridgeriders, which was the soundtrack to a show about South Country tracks airing at the same time. With The Albion Band. Under the Rose (1984). A Christmas Present from The Albion Band (1985). Yuletracks (1986) (not Albion Band in name, though almost all of its participants are from The Albion Band. Phil Beer appears on two songs).
The Phil Beer Band – Mandorock 2000 Live. The Shape I'm In - Phil Beer Band. Goldwatch Blues - Phil Beer Band. Tower of Song - Phil Beer Band. Adieu Sweet Lovely Nancy - Phil Beer Band. Volcano - Phil Beer Band. Read full description. See details and exclusions.
2 hrs ·. Hi Folks A heads up. I will be bringing out an instrumental album featuring only 'Oddy' instruments. Originally there was to be an entire disc of guitar material on the the forthcoming box set. I have decided to turn it into a standalone album and will be completing it in the next two weeks or so. It will not be released to the world at large.
|1||Gold Watch Blues
Written-By – Softley*
|2||Devils Right Hand
Written-By – Earle*
|3||Red River Valley
Written-By – Kerrigan*
Written-By – Beer*
|5||For My Next Trick I Need A Volunteer
Written-By – Zevon*
|6||Brother Don't You Walk Away
Written-By – Hyman*, The Hooters
|7||Simon Smith (and His Amazing Dancing)
Written-By – Newman*
|8||Music In The Air
Written-By – Beer*
|9||Long Distance Love
Written-By – George*
|10||Gone At Last
Written-By – Simon*