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Get Out To The Country - Ayers Rock (2) - Big Red Rock (CD, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Big Red Rock on Discogs. Label: Mushroom - MUSH • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Australia • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Jazz-Rock, Prog Rock/5(4).

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  2. Ayers Rock were an Australian rock band which formed in August Ray Burton (guitar and vocals), Mark Kennedy (drums), and Duncan McGuire (bass), members of Leo de Castro and Friends, left to form the eponymous trio of Burton, McGuire & Kennedy. They added a guitarist, Jimmy Doyle, changed their name to Ayers Rock and invited Col Loughnan (saxophones and flutes) to join.

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  3. Ayers Rock were one of the first groups signed to Michael Gudinski's newly established Mushroom label, and their debut single, "Rock'n'Roll Fight", was issued at the end of Ayers Rock's debut album Big Red Rock was taped live before an invited audience at Armstrong's Studios in Melbourne over two nights in September

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  4. Big Red Rock, an Album by Ayers Rock. Released 11 April on Aztec (catalog no. AVSCD; CD). Genres: Jazz-Rock, Jazz Fusion.

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  5. Apr 13,  · Big Red Rock Track Listing. 1 Lady Montego 2 Talkinʼ ’Bout You 3 Goinʼ Home 4 Crazy Boys 5 Nostalgic Blues 6 Big Red Rock 7 Boogie Woogie Waltz 8 Get Out To The Country. Extras – .

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  6. Apr 11,  · Label: Aztec Music - AVSCD • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Australia • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Jazz-Rock, Prog Rock Ayers Rock - Big Red Rock (, CD) | Discogs /5(4).

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  7. Ayers Rock 3CD Set. Ayers Rock - Big Red Rock CD. Ayers Rock - Beyond CD. Ayers Rock - Hot Spell CD. Angel In Disguise. Rock 'N' Roll Fight (Going On). Big Red Rock. Moondah (Beyond).End date: Jun 27,

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  8. May 30,  · s Australian jazz-rock band Ayers Rock performing their second single Lady Montego featuring Chris Brown on guitar and vocals. They were .

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  9. This album is a lost classic (unless you live in Australia, where it is better remembered) which I purchased for Ayer's Rock take on Weather Report's "Boogie Woogie Waltz." Quite definitely an album of the s, however, so those who object to long stretches of improvisation which sometimes degenerate into random noodling should be advised to /5(2).

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