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Category: Australian independent label
Date: ca. 1972
Location: Geelong(?), Victoria
The only known release on this 1970s independent label was by
Geelong trio The Mach 3, who formed in Bendigo, Victoria in 1970.
According to Vernon Joyson they
played softer ballad-style material and rock'n'roll.
Their self-penned "I Felt Your Leavin'" (apparently their only
commercial recording) reached #20 in the local
Geelong Top 40 during 1972, suggesting that they had a strong local
following. Guitarist-singer Doug Osborne had previously been in The
Henchmen, and he returned to that band when Mach 3 split during 1973.
|Belt 1||1972||Mach 3||"I Felt Your Leavin'"
References / Links
Dreams, Fantasies & Nightmares: Australia (Borderline Books, 1999)