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This is the best version of Eleanor Rigby ever recorded and is by short-lived Australian band Zoot. Can you guess which famous rocker is on guitar?

 

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R I P Daryl Cotton ( singer ) . The guitarist is Mr Rick Springfield.

Better known as Dr Noah Drake of General Hospital..

Last album he has done with orchestra, doing his songs.

I got a tour shirt of his last tour here

Trivia The remaining members were talking having tour around Australia with Russell Morris on vocals.

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And of course, don't forget Glenn Wheatly on Bass.

The man behind John Farnham during the "Whispering Jack" days.

This is one of the best covers you'll ever hear. I think they were originally known as "Pink Zoot".

Talking about Daryl Cotton, do any Aussies here remember "The Early Bird Show" and "Marty the Monster"?

 

 

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16 hours ago, Darkstone said:

And of course, don't forget Glenn Wheatly on Bass.

The man behind John Farnham during the "Whispering Jack" days.

This is one of the best covers you'll ever hear. I think they were originally known as "Pink Zoot".

Talking about Daryl Cotton, do any Aussies here remember "The Early Bird Show" and "Marty the Monster"?

 

 

Glenn was the bass player for Masters Apprentices with late James Keays. They were previous known as " Down The Line " before they moved from Adelaide to Melbourne. The bass player was Beeb Birtles , who later join Little River Band.

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2 hours ago, Doggy said:

Glenn was the bass player for Masters Apprentices with late James Keays. They were previous known as " Down The Line " before they moved from Adelaide to Melbourne. The bass player was Beeb Birtles , who later join Little River Band.

Shit! You're right mate.

My bad.

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