Easybeats, The album flac
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- Released: 1967
- Style: Garage Rock, Pop Rock, Classic Rock
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Easy is a studio album by The Easybeats, released on 23 September 1965. It was later reissued by Repertoire Records and included eight new tracks.
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Friends is the sixth and final studio album by Australian rock band the Easybeats. It was released in late 1969 as part of the group's new recording contract with Polydor Records. It would be the only album Polydor released of the band as they broke up before its release. In 1969, the group parted ways with their production company Albert Productions and their international record company United Artists Records
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Best Of The Easybeats. Compilation, Январь 1967, Albert Productions. Album, Январь 1969, Albert Productions. 3. Watching the World (Go By). 4. Can't Find Love.
In 1986 they reunited for a national reunion tour which resulted in the release of an album, called "Live - Studio And Stage. in 1995 on Raven Records (RVCD-40), including 12 tracks from . Broadcasts (1967-68), 3 tracks live at Festival Hall Melbourne (12 May 1967) and 5 tracks live at Sydney Entertainment Centre (7 November 1986).
Easy (The Easybeats album). Easy is the debut studio album by the Australian rock band the Easybeats, released on 23 September 1965. Most of the album was recorded at EMI Studios in Sydney in two consecutive all-night sessions. It was produced by Albert Productions founder, Ted Albert. It also features their hit single "She's So Fine", which was recorded at Armstrong Studios in Melbourne with further overdubs in Sydney. It was released by Albert Productions on the Parlophone label in Australia on 23 September 1965.
Stuck in the middle of all of those delightfully derivative treasures is the most defiantly original track off the album, and (not coincidentally) their first big Australian hit, "She's So Fine," which doesn't sound like anything else here, pulsing with energy, a hot pumping bass part, and a ferocious guitar break. The Repertoire Records CD reissue enhances the original album significantly with the addition of eight bonus tracks, including five jewels from the Vanda/Young songwriting team.