Thursday, June 23, 2011
Guy McDonough - My Place (1985)
On the anniversary tomorrow of the passing of Guy McDonough from Australian Crawl I am adding his post-humously released and long out of print, My Place album to the blog.
Guy McDonough was an Australian rock musician best known for playing rhythm guitar with the band Australian Crawl.
He played rhythm guitar and was lead vocals on two of their most well-known songs, "Oh No, Not You Again" and "Errol"*.
Guy McDonough's solo album, My Place, produced by brother (and previously, Crawl drummer), Bill McDonough, was recorded in 1984 and released in 1985 (Wheatley WRLP1010).
He died two years before Australian Crawl broke up, in 1984.
The above is a quote from Wikipedia:
Tracks on the My Place album include :-
Things Don't Seem
Hook, Line & Sinker
Without You (It's A Lonely Life)
What's In It For Me
Can't Help Myself
Too Many People
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Guy Donough - My Place
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