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  • Vinyl (2 Jun. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: PLG UK Catalog
  • ASIN: B00IZ64IIG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 305,480 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Can't Stand the Heat
  2. Goodbye Jane
  3. Quick Reaction
  4. Silver Shoes
  5. Watch Her Do It Now

Disc: 2

  1. People and the Power
  2. Red Revolution
  3. Shot in the Head
  4. Ape Man
  5. Cry for Me

Product Description

Introducing the first ever recordings by Angus and Malcolm Young of AC/DC fame!

The legendary album by the Marcus Hook Roll Band Tales Of Old Grand-Daddy is being re-issued with 2 previously unreleased tracks and 3 rarities.

The album is tough, perfectly structured and intelligent. A very convincing political and social sentiment runs through many of the songs, as does a strong soul/funk influence. And featuring the first recordings of Angus and Malcolm Young it’s a real must for AC/DC fans.

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Surprisingly good, if a little dated (as you'd expect!). Ape man, people power and red revolution in particular are probably worth the cover price on their own.

If you're looking for proto-DC, you'll probably be disappointed though!
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I absolutely love this. Bought it on the recommendation of the 'Classic rock magazine' and also because it has Malcolm and Angus young playing on it. This is just a get down and have a good time feel to it , you cant help but love it. The vocals are split between Harry Vanda and George young and it is just pure rock n roll and i recommend it to anyone who just wants a cd that is unspoilt by technology in music but can take you back to the 50's with its music.
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Yes its not ac/dc even though the two young brothers of said band appear on the record with their elder brother George and Harry Vanda of the easy beats fame, that alone shoudn't detract from the quality the album has, Tracks like " Quick Reaction" does have that Highway To Hell chorus to it whilst "People And The Power" has a bluesy Hippy Protest vibe to it Whilst the quirky if amusing "Ape Man" induced me to a few giggles and the song "Watch her do it now" well leave it to your own Imagination as what the song is all about. Now as previously mentioned in a magazine the album was made under a haze of alcohol so its hard to tell wether malcolm or angus laid down their trademark guitars on each of the tracks but its got The Easybeats quality feel to it which means atleast its a lost album of sorts that's deserves a place on the top shelf.
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