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|1||Boogie Woogie Waltz||10:07|
|5||Talkin' Bout You||3:54|
|6||Crazy Boys - The Hamburger Song||9:05|
|7||Big Red Rock||8:21|
|8||Get Out To The Country||4:37|
|SP 4523||Ayers Rock||Big Red Rock (LP, Promo)||A&M Records||SP 4523||US||1974|
|C35354||Ayers Rock||Big Red Rock (Cass, Album)||Mushroom||C35354||Australia||1974|
|L 35354||Ayers Rock||Big Red Rock (LP, Album, RE)||Mushroom||L 35354||Australia||1975|
|SP 4523||Ayers Rock||Big Red Rock (LP)||A&M Records||SP 4523||US||1974|
|AVSCD075||Ayers Rock||Big Red Rock (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Aztec Music||AVSCD075||Australia||2016|
- Bass – Duncan McGuire
- Drums, Percussion – Mark Kennedy
- Engineer – Graham Owens
- Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Percussion – James Doyle
- Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Percussion – Chris Brown
- Producer – Ayers Rock
- Saxophone [Tenor, Soprano, Alto, Baritone], Flute, Keyboards, Vocals, Arranged By [Strings] – Col Loughnan
Recorded live at Armstrongs Studio, Melbourne, Sept 21-22, 1974.
℗ 1974 Mushroom Records
Includes die-cut outer sleeve where the 1st inner sleeve's picture of Uluru (previously formally named Ayers Rock) completes the front cover image. there is also a 2nd pictorial inner sleeve.
- Matrix / Runout (A-side label): SMX45399
- Matrix / Runout (B-side label): SMX45400
- Made By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mushroom Records Pty. Ltd.
- Recorded At – Armstrong Studios
Big Red Rock - Ayers Rock. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Ayers Rock - Big Red Rock 1974. To favorites 6 Download album. Listen album. Jazz-Rock Progressive Rock. Ayers Rock. Songs in album Ayers Rock - Big Red Rock 1974. Ayers Rock - Lady Montego. Ayers Rock - Talkin' 'Bout You. Ayers Rock - Goin' Home. Ayers Rock - Crazy Boys. Ayers Rock - Nostalgic Blues. Ayers Rock - Big Red Rock. Ayers Rock - Boogie Woogie Waltz. Ayers Rock - Get Out To The Count. This is Ayers Rock classic 1974 debut album Big Red Rock this also one of my personal favorites hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Track Listing 1975 8 Songs. Try it Rock were an Australian rock band which formed in August 1973. 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. The group signed with independent label Mushroom Records in December 1973. Burton left the following March, and was replaced by. Review by snobb SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator. Australian band's Ayers Rock debut album was recorded live, but the sound quality is excellent. The music on this album is mostly slightly psychedelic blues-rock with some jazz-rock elements. Album's opener Lady Montego is melodic and energetic song mixing blues rock, sax and CCR influences. Vocals are really strong and have some John Fogherty timbres. Big Red Rock is a jazz related rock music album recording by AYERS ROCK released in 1974 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. A1 Lady Montego A2 Talkin' 'Bout You A3 Goin' Home A4 Crazy Boys A5 Nostalgic Blues B1 Big Red Rock B2 Boogie Woogie Waltz B3 Get Out to the Country. About this release. Mushroom L 35354 Australia. Thanks to snobb for the addition. Buy AYERS ROCK - BIG RED ROCK music. Big Red Rock LP, Album, RE. 이 버전 판매. AVSCD075. Ayers Rock 2. Ayers Rock - Boogie Woogie Waltz 10:16. 목록에 추가. MusicManRecords , timhorton69 , Kadink , Doc Smiley , cygnusX-1. Listen free to Ayers Rock Big Red Rock Lady Montego, Talkin' 'Bout You and more. 8 tracks 46:50. Ayers Rock were an Australian jazz fusion, progressive rock band which formed in 1973, Melbourne. They issued three albums, Big Red Rock 1974, Beyond 1976 and Hot Spell 1980 before disbanding in 1981. Early members were Ray Burton on guitar and vocals, Duncan McGuire on bass guitar, and Mark Kennedy on drums who formed a trio Burton McGuire & Kennedy in June 1973