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This explosive 1974 debut from Australian country-rock outfit The Dingoes always puts us in the mood to party. It's a fun, gritty, rip-roaring affair from start to finish, laced with lap-steel guitar, fingerpicking mandolin and sweet whistling harmonica. The barnstorming opener "Come on Down" feels like The Allman Brothers meets AC/DC, whilst the percussive, piano-driven joyride "The Last Place I Want to Be" feels like an Outback cowboy's take on Three Dog Night.

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The Dingoes: First album

The Dingoes were one of the great unsung bands of Australian rock in the '70's. Led by Broderick Smith, with a great bluesy voice and backed by a band that consisted of some of Greg Quill's "Country Radio", including guitarist Kerryn Tolhurst. They only made 3 albums before disbanding, but the quality was outstanding. Their first album "The Dingoes" is an Australian classic, with a blend of rock with a country tinge, containing the hit single "Way Out West". Their sound grew out of the pub circuit, ensuring a tight rhythm section, great vocals and excellent guitar. Highly recommended.

Jeffro from the Bourkenbacks

Great album, a great band. This album is a good example that Australian music in the 70s was, and still is as good as any in the world.


Genre: Rock

In Australia in the early '70s, the Dingoes took the lead in the worldwide shift toward the country-influenced rock sparked by the Byrds and the Flying Burrito Brothers, also inspiring the Eagles. In the Dingoes' case, it was very much an Australian contribution, with songs clearly placed in Australian settings, something of a rarity in Australian rock at that point. Even the band's name expressed their Australianism: The dingo is an indigenous wild dog. However, it was the quality of the songs and...
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The Dingoes, The Dingoes
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  • $8.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 01 March 1999

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