James Reyne performs Australian Crawl’s classic ‘Boys Light Up’
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Nerd Alert! Lazy Animals, Who did you go to school with? James Reyne 'Boys Light Up' performance and chat, Song Whisperer, Mary Coustas & Effie, Office Etiquette, what have you brought into the office?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"The band had to dress and undress me" James Reyne joins Matty O on Triple M Aussie
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One of the countries most Iconic Singer/Songwriters James Reyne joins Matty O to chat about everything from the early days with Australian Crawl, the pub scene in the 80's playing Countdown with two arms in Plaster, songwriting and plenty more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crave! episode 96: Greed, The High Note, Money Heist, Shtisel, The Sinner, and a chat with James Reyne.
Crave! is finally back, after months of lockdown and carefully managed isolation. Shtisel | שטיסלIn this first post-lockdown edition, Steve and Simon disagree on Greed, the satire on the nasty wealthy from Michael Winterbottom, but agree on The High Note, a film which takes a great idea and fails to do very much with it. Lockdown wasn’t totally wasted, of course, with Simon and Steve finding nothing but good things to say about Money Heist, the Spanish drama that has proven itself to be a global smash. Simon talks up The Sinner, a psychological thriller from the US, while Steve is delighted by Shtisel, a much lower-key family drama from Israel. And in this episode’s podcast bonus, Steve talks to James Reyne, late of Australian Crawl, about his new album Toon Town Lullaby, due out on July 10th.
James Reyne joins Clancy and Errol this week to answer all the questions no one has had the integrity to ask him before. Where are ya living? What new stuff does he like listening to? Did he intend to become a stoner icon with 'Boys Light Up'? Did Guns N Roses copy Australian Crawl? And what is it like to be the first African in pub rock music?