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Tully - Live at Sydney Town Hall 1969-70 (2010)

8-06-2014, 15:15

Tully - Live at Sydney Town Hall 1969-70 (2010)

Artist: Tully
Title Of Album: Live at Sydney Town Hall 1969-70
Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Chapter Music
Genre: Progressive Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:52:13
Total Size: 184 Mb


01 - Love 200 [00:20:03]
02 - Sights and Sounds of 69 [00:32:09]

Chapter Music presents two rare live recordings from quintessential Sydney prog group Tully, including their 1970 performance of Australia’s first ever rock opera. These recordings capture the band in their first incarnation, before they joined forces with members of revered folk-psych band Extradition to explore more contemplative territory.
Sights & Sounds Of 69, from a May show of the same name, is the only live Tully recording to have survived the intervening four decades, and documents a typically far-ranging, mind-expanding performance.
Perhaps Australia’s greatest living composer, Peter Sculthorpe wrote Love 200 specifically with Tully and vocalist Jeannie Lewis in mind. The work, commemorating Captain Cook’s expedition to map the Transit of Venus in 1769, was dismissed by the stuffy classcial establishment at the time, but Sculthorpe now calls it simply “one of my best works.” Heard here for the first time since the early 70s, Love 200 is an astounding piece, both elegant and jarring, serene and chaotic.
After Tully’s 1970 self-titled debut, Wilson and Taylor left the band, which then assimilated Extradition’s Shayna Stewart and Colin Campbell before releasing two more albums, Sea Of Joy (1971) and Loving Is Hard (1972), both markedly different from their fiery and often thunderous early form. Chapter reissued Sea Of Joy in 2012, Loving Is Hard in 2013, and will reissue first album Tully in 2014.

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