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Anyone who's ever longed for the weekend will know why "Friday on My Mind" is straight-up ‘60s rock perfection. But there was more to Australia's Easybeats than their one American hit: The Vanda/Young team wrote tough, tuneful pop and rock songs with hints of psychedelia, and producer Shel Talmy brought the crunch he gave The Kinks and The Who. "Do You Have a Soul" oozes attitude, and it doesn't get scrappier than their take on Ike & Tina Turner's "River Deep, Mountain High".

Biography

Formed: 1964 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australi

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '80s

The Easybeats occupy a unique place in the pantheon of 1960s British rock acts. For starters, they were Australian, except that they really weren't -- they met in Sydney alright, and being based in Australia with the talent they had gave them a leg-up over any of the local competition. But lead singer Stevie Wright originally came from England (although he'd been in Australia for some years), and bassist Dick Diamonde hailed from the Netherlands, as did guitarist Harry Vanda, while the others, guitarists...
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