Smacka Fitzgibbon & The Midnight Oil Orchestra - The Adventures Of Barry McKenzie album flac
Title: The Adventures Of Barry McKenzie
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Genre: Screen and stage
Smacka Fitzgibbon & The Midnight Oil Orchestra - The Adventures Of Barry McKenzie (7", Single).
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John Barry MacKenzie (born August 16, 1941) is a retired ice hockey player. He represented Canada at the 1964 Winter Olympics and 1968 Winter Olympics, winning one bronze medal. After his retirement, MacKenzie became the first coach hired by the Sudbury Wolves of the Ontario Hockey Association and became principal and coach at the Athol Murray College of Notre Dame in Saskatoon.
This page contains songs performed by Smacka Fitzgibbon. The Adventures of Barry McKenzie Dinky-di tales of a bonza boy Lonely and lost in the land of the Pom Wishing to hell he was where he was from From the team that bought you Sir Robert Menzies The Adventures Of Barry McKenzie. Who They Mention: Sir Robert Menzies. Submitted by: FussBudget.
Graham Francis ("Smacka") Fitzgibbon was an Australian entertainer. He was born at Mordialloc on 12 February 1930, the son of Francis (Frank) Fitzgibbon, clerk and Minnie née Mitchell (d 1989) and younger brother to actress-singer Maggie Fitzgibbon. In 1972, the jovial Australian jazzman recorded the title song of the movie The Adventures of Barry McKenzie which was released as a single that same year, reaching on the Australian Singles Chart (Go-Set) in December 1972. He was a mate of Australian satirist Barry Humphries. Having had a malignant tumour removed in 1955, on 1 September 1977 Smacka collapsed during a radio broadcast on 3LO; in July 1979 he was told the end was nigh and died from a cerebral haemorrhage on 15 December aged 49 survived by his wife Faye née Hommelhoff whom he married on 31 October 1959 and four children
Switching to the banjo, 'Smacka' formed his own band, 'The Steamboat Stompers'. He performed with various Melbourne-based groups, notably that of Frank Johnson, with whom he made his first recordings in 1951. Working at the Darnum Hotel, he gained experience which enabled him to become licensee of the Commercial Hotel, Warragul, in partnership with his parents. While at the Darnum, he had released his first album under his own leadership, Frisco Joe's Good Time Boys, which established his name as the 'singing barman' . In 1972 he sang the title-song for the film, The Adventures of Barry McKenzie; as a record, this song began a string of his consistent popular sellers. Plump and smiling, 'Smacka' was a genial public figure and took part in the Keep Australia Beautiful campaign.
The Wonderful World of Barry McKenzie by Barry Humphries Hardback Book The Cheap. Only 1 left! The Wonderful World of Barry McKenzie by Barry Humphries Hardback Book The Cheap. Smacka Fitzgibbon "The Adventures Of Barry McKenzie" 1972 FABLE Oz 7" 45rpm.
|A||–Smacka Fitzgibbon||The Adventures Of Barry McKenzie||3:10|
|B||–The Midnight Oil Orchestra||Love Theme From Bazza||2:45|
- Published By – Copyright Control
- Recorded At – Bill Armstrong Studios
- Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Ern Rose
- Producer, Arranged By – Peter Best, Peter Jones