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Ed Nimmervoll interviews John Farnham - Age Of Reason - A Track By Track Interview album flac

Ed Nimmervoll interviews John Farnham - Age Of Reason - A Track By Track Interview album flac Performer: Ed Nimmervoll
Title: Age Of Reason - A Track By Track Interview
Released: 1988
MP3 album: 1578 mb
FLAC album: 1756 mb
Rating: 4.1
Genre: Not albums

John Farnham, billed as Johnny Farnham during 1964–1979, is an English born Australian pop singer who has released nineteen studio albums, three extended plays, nineteen compilation albums, six live albums, seventeen video albums, seventy-four singles, twenty-five music videos and twelve soundtracks. His career has mostly been as a solo artist but he replaced. Televised Age of Reason performance on Seven Network, recorded live in Brisbane on 25 July 1988 during Australia's Bicentennial Year Celebrations, for World Expo 88. Not commercially released. 1989 ^ Includes two tracks originally released by Little River Band with Farnham as a member.

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Age of Reason is a studio album by Australian pop singer John Farnham. It was released through Sony BMG in Australia on 25 July 1988 and debuted at No. 1 on the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Albums Chart in August and remained on top for eight weeks. It was the follow-up to his previous No. 1 album, Whispering Jack, and was the highest-selling album in Australia in 1988. As of 1997, it was eleven times platinum, indicating sales of over 770,000 units.

Farnham's next album project was a live show, The Main Event, featuring a triple billing of Aussie icons in Farnham, Olivia Newton-John, and Anthony Warlow. The album became a major success, going five times platinum in Australia and becoming the best-selling album of the year. Burn For You (3:34) 03. Age Of Reason (5:07) 04. Two Strong Hearts (3:31) 05. We're No Angels (4:52) 06.

Sadie is the debut studio album by Australian pop singer John Farnham (billed then as Johnny Farnham) it was released by EMI Records in April 1968. The lead single, "Sadie (The Cleaning Lady)" had been released in November 1967, it was on the Go-Set National Singles Charts for five weeks, and was the largest selling single in Australia. by an Australian artist in the 1960s. The single, "Sadie (The Cleaning Lady)" sold approximately 180,000 copies in Australia, and was also released in New Zealand, Denmark and Germany

In an interview with Channel Seven, Farnham stated, "I'll be better off leaving, rather than putting myself under pressure that I've created. Through this matter, it became apparent to the band that Farnham was intending on leaving and Playing To Win's lead single "Playing To Win", a song believed by all to be the band's return to success, then started having authorship disputes. The album, Age Of Reason, produced by Ross Fraser, debuted at in August and stayed on top for eight weeks. John Farnham Band members as of 2006 are Angus Burchall on drums, Bob Coassin on trumpet, Lachlan Davidson on saxophone, Lisa Edwards on backing vocals, Lindsay Field on backing vocals, Stuart Fraser on guitar, Dannielle Gaha on backing vocals, Brett Garsed on guitar, Chong Lim on keyboards/musical director, Jordan Murray on trombone, Craig Newman on bass guitar, and Steve Williams on harmonica.

Interview (stylized ĭn′terview) is the eighth album by British progressive rock band Gentle Giant. The album was released in 1976. It is a concept album conceived as a radio interview. Three of the tracks integrate brief "interview" sections which were staged in the studio. The title song has lyrics derived from the type of question and answer dialogue they had encountered while talking to the music press. This album was critically and commercially less successful than their previous album Free Hand.


1 John Farnham Discusses His Album Age Of Reason
2 John Farnham Discusses His Album Age Of Reason


John Farnham talks about each individual track on the album Age Of Reason