The team behind last year's excellent The Glory Days Of Aussie Pub Rock compilation return with another four-CD instalment paying testament to the halcyon days of our nation's live music scene, and fortunately they have a deep well from which to draw tunes and inspiration.
In his feature Channel Nine documentary ‘Jarryd Hayne: Aussie Hero American Dream’, the former Parramatta Eels star described the transition as leaving his “kingdom” and being left with nothing, as a “peasant”.
A film about the sound of Australian rock The Easybeats to AC/DC: The Story of Aussie Rock tells of the emergence of one of the world’s greatest rock band – AC/DC, or Acca Dacca as they are known in Australia, and the legendary music company, Albert Music(Alberts) that helped launched them on to the global rock scene. Through the 1960s, 70s and 80s, Alberts created a house of hits in Australia that literally changed the sound of Australian popular music. It started with the Easybeats and their international hit Friday On My Mind back in the 60s.
As well as his very own subscription website www.oliverpineda.dance, housing over 300 videos with new uploads every month plus his NEW International initiative; The Oliver Pineda TOP Teams, allowing dancers worldwide to learn, train & perform under his extensive choreographic guidance & experience, Oliver Pineda is also the Founder and Director of world reknown Latin Motion Dance Academy, founded by Oliver Pineda & Natalie Zeller (formally Reis) in the year 2000. As Australia's only 8 times World Salsa Champion, Oliver has won five of his World Salsa Titles with celebrity dance partner of 20 years & three times winner of "Dancing with the Stars" Luda Kroitor & continues to inspire by performing & winning championships till today.
This two-CD, 56-song anthology is an excellent value even at an import price. It contains all their Australian hits, lots of album tracks, and some rarities that don't show up very often, like the 1965 B-side "The Old Oak Tree."…