Matchbox and The A.P.G. - The Great Stumble Forward - "Live" At The Pram mp3 flac
- Album: The Great Stumble Forward - "Live" At The Pram
- MP3: 1346 mb | FLAC: 1340 mb
- Released: 1976
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Live stageshow recording featuring members of The Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band and The Australian Performing Group. Matrix, Runout (Side A): SMX51001 2A. Matrix, Runout (Side B): SMX51002 2A.
The Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band's debut album, Smoke Dreams (June 1973), reached the Go-Set Australian Albums Top 20. McFarlane observed that it consisted entirely of "1930s and 1940s jazz, blues and jug-band standards. It was also released in the US via ESP-Disk label, in the DynaQuad quadraphonic format. The Great Stumble Forward (by the Soapbox Circus and the APG) (1976). Live at the Continental (1994). Makin' Whoopee (October 1976) – Image Records 2LP compilation of first two albums.
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The new group recorded the live album The Great Stumble Forward at the Pram Factory, the single "If I Can't Hav-Anna in Cuba", "Chiropodist Shop", and appeared in the play Smackin' The Dacks. In 1978 Soapbox Circus evolved into the now world-famous Circus Oz, of which Mic was a founding member. 1976 (as Soapbox Circus) The Great Stumble Forward: Matchbox and the APG Live At The Pram (APG/Festival L 36245) gatefold cover Side 1: "Entry Of The Gladiators - Fanfare" "If I Can't Hav-Anna In Cuba (I Think I'll Si-Esta In Spain)" "Chiropodist Shop (Shoe, Shoe)" "Happy And Dinga" "No Worries" "Stand Strong Together" Side 2: "Ti Romiosini" "Same Old.
This collaborative performance project, developed before the public at Melbourne's progressive Pram Factory and La Mama theaters, resulted in a live album entitled The Great Stumble Forward. By 1978 the Soapbox Circus had become Circus Oz and the Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band (now armed with electric bass guitar and a rock drummer) was simply called Matchbox. Released in 1978, their final LP was titled Slightly Troppo
Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. The Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band was an Australian band, active throughout the 1970s. It was based in Melbourne and centred on singer and t Mic Conway ("Captain Matchbox") and his brother Jim Conway, who is widely regarded as one of Australia's finest exponents of the blues harmonica. 1976 - The Great Stumble Forward (Australia) (as Matchbox and the APG). 1979 - Slightly Troppo (Australia) (as Matchbox). Retrieved 2012-04-27.
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|A1||Entry Of The Gladiators - Fanfare||0:47|
|A2||If I Can't Have Anna In Cuba (I Think I'll Si-Esta In Spain)||3:23|
|A4||Happy And Dinga||2:42|
|A6||Stand Strong Together||6:10|
|B2||Same Old Game||2:55|
|B3||The Bunyip's Song||2:29|
|B5||Ken And Ken||1:34|
|B6||Malcolm The Prefect||4:05|
NotesLive stageshow recording featuring members of The Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band and The Australian Performing Group.
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A): SMX51001 2A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): SMX51002 2A