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Wednesday, July 8, 2015

The La De Da's..Rock and Roll Sandwich...classic boogie-rock from 1973



This brilliant album , Rock'n'Roll Sandwich, which Glenn A.Baker rightly lauds as "one of Australia's finest rock albums; a fiery, cohesive work dominated by the superbly talented Kevin Borich and carried off by the reliable gutsiness of Ronnie Peel and Keith Barber." Touring around the new LP, released in November 1973, the La De Das enjoyed their most successive period in their career, including supports for Elton John and Suzi Quatro on their Australian tours.

Tracks:
"No Law (Against Having Fun)" (Kevin Borich)""
"The Place" (Kevin Borich - Keith Barber)
"Searchin' "(Kevin Borich)
"She Tell Me What to Do "(Kevin Borich - Keith Barber)
"Temple Shuffle" (Kevin Borich)
"To Get Enough" (Kevin Borich)
"Who's The One You Love? "(Kevin Borich)

Recorded at the Doncaster Theatre and EMI Studio 301, Sydney
Producer by Rod Coe
Engineered by John Taylor

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see also from this blog:

The La-De-Da's ..How Is the Air Up There? 1966-1967





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