I Told The Brook - Billy Thorpe And The Aztecs - I Told The Brook (Vinyl)


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of I Told The Brook on Discogs. Label: Parlophone - GEPO • Format: Vinyl 7 Billy Thorpe And The Aztecs - I Told The Brook (, Vinyl) | Discogs5/5(2).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Billy Thorpe And The Aztecs - I Told The Brook at Discogs. Complete your Billy Thorpe And The Aztecs collection.4/5(3).
  3. BILLY THORPE & THE AZTECS I Told The Brook (Marty Robbins) Australia #1 Sydney #3 Melbourne #1 Brisbane #1 Adelaide #2 Perth. Double-sided hit in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane with Funny Face.. Billy Thorpe (): British-born singer, guitarist and songwriter whose family emigrated to Brisbane in the s.. Based in Sydney from , 'Thorpy', with The Aztecs, had .
  4. Billy Thorpe and The Aztecs - Sydney based Pop band from - Billy Thorpe then went solo from - He then reformed The Aztecs as a Hard Rock/Blues band I Told The Brook: EP Love Letters: EP I've Been Wrong Before b/w Wee Bit More Of Your Lovin' Single The Word For Today b/w The New Breed.
  5. Success in Sydney. In , Thorpe moved to Sydney and auditioned for a regular gig at Surf City, a popular beat music venue in the city's Kings Cross area. In , Thorpe wrote his first autobiography, Sex and thugs and rock 'n' roll: a year in Kings Cross –, on his early experiences there. His backing band was an accomplished Sydney surf instrumental group called The Aztecs.
  6. The new "Mark II" Aztecs released another MOR ballad, "I Told The Brook" (although its flip, the rollicking, bass-dominated "Funny Face" hinted that Thorpe hadn't completely abandoned his rocking roots). Meanwhile, former Aztecs Barber and Maloney formed the short-lived Vince & Tony Two, and Tony emabrked ona brief solo career. Billy Thorpe.
  7. I told the brookThat runs down through the valleyA secret my best friend never knewAnd the trees told the breezeThe brook told the treesThat i was in love with youThe breeze told the cloudsSo angry and blue Hiding there by a hill topThe clouds told the moonWhen they found outhad another loveThat shone aboveThat you and and your godand changed to a rivera soft summer breeze rushing so madly.
  8. Billy Thorpe And The Aztecs "Billy Thorpe And The Aztecs" Rare Ex Vinyl LP Favourite Auctions Billy Thorpe And The Aztecs: I Told The Brook: GEPO Parlophone: 7", 45 RPM, EP, Australia: Billy Thorpe And The Aztecs: Over The Rainbow: Atlantic: 7", 45 RPM,, .
  9. Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs The first recorded output from the band appeared in April of “Blue Day” was written by rhythm guitarist Tony Barber, and displayed his nascent songwriting skills. The record garnered moderate notice on Sydney radio, but became a hit when it was re-released in the wake of The Aztecs’ subsequent breakthrough.

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