The Lighthouse Keepers - The Exploding Lighthouse Keepers download album
- Performer: The Lighthouse Keepers
- Title: The Exploding Lighthouse Keepers
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: MP4 MP2 APE DTS MMF VOX AAC
- Released: 1983
- Style: Country Rock, Indie Rock
- MP3 album: 1331 mb
- FLAC album: 1597 mb
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 566
The Lighthouse Keepers. Members: Greg Appel, Juliet Ward, Michael Dalton, Stephen O'Neil, Steven Williams. Variations: Viewing All The Lighthouse Keepers. The Exploding Lighthouse Keepers (12", EP). Guthugga Pipeline Records. HOT 720. The Lighthouse Keepers. Ocean Liner (7", Single). DAMP 33. Imploding (LP, Comp).
The Lighthouse Keepers (aka The Light-Housekeepers) were an Australian country and indie pop band formed in 1981 in Sydney. In November 1984 the group issued their debut studio album, Tales of the Unexpected, and a single, "Ocean Liner". In 1985 the band toured the United Kingdom supporting fellow Australian label mates, The Triffids. The Lighthouse Keepers combined a "loosely rehearsed, casual ethos" with humour, punk attitudes and pure pop song craft
The Lighthouse Keepers were an Australian rock band that formed in Canberra, ACT in the early 1980s, evolving from an earlier high-school band, Guthaga Pipeline. The key members were the multi-talented Greg Appel, who composed most of their material, and lead vocalist Juliet Ward. Drummer Stephen Wiliams (ex-Particles (band)) joined in 1983 for the recording of their mini-album. Their all-original repertoire was quirky mix of pop, country, rock and folk influences, led by the distinctive, quavering vocals of Ward. ion Man", "Quick Sticks" (single, 1983). The Exploding Lighthouse Keepers (mini album, 1983). on Man", 'Quick Sticks' (single, 1984) reissue by Hot Records. Tales of the Unexpected (1984, Hot Records).
The Lighthouse Keepers were an Australian rock band that formed in Sydney in the early 1980s though three of its members were originally from Canberra, ACT, and two of them had earlier played in another band, Guthugga Pipeline. Greg Appel composed most of the group's material, and the bulk of it was sung by vocalist Juliet Ward. Drummer Stephen Williams (ex-Particles (band)) joined in 1983 for the recording of their mini-album.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - LIGHTHOUSES are symbols of our most isolated stretches of coastline, a reminder that such places exist not just in our past, but in our present. They are attracters of ghost stories, smugglers’ tales and shipwrecks. There is something mysterious about a lighthouse, and in our modern age, when so much of the world is overmapped, so severely known, that mystery abides. But as marine navigation tools have become more sophisticated, lighthouses have become less necessary, and automated technology has eliminated the need for people to actually operate them
The Lighthouse Keepers were an independent band in Sydney in the early 1980s, combining a loosely-rehearsed, casual. The Lighthouse Keepers, Category: Artist, Albums: Lipsnipegroin, Good Kissing School, Top Tracks: Ocean Liner, Gargoyle, Lipsnipegroin, A Time of Evil, Springtime, Biography: The Lighthouse Keepers were an Australian country and indie pop band formed in 1981 in Sydney. Monthly Listeners: 148, Where People Listen: Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Parramatta, Perth. Drummer Steven Williams (-Particles (band)) joined in 1982 for the recording of their mini-album (Exploding Lighthouse Keepers) at Keith Hale's studio in the Haymarket. Williams stayed on as drummer-manager.
|A3||The Beat (I Want My Loving Back)||2:52|
|B2||Narvel Felts Goes To Town||3:00|
|B3||Whisky And Gin||2:41|
- Bass, Guitar, Saxophone – Stephen O'Neil
- Drums – Steven Williams
- Keyboards, Bass, Guitar, Vocals – Greg Appel
- Vocals, Bass, Keyboards, Percussion – Juliet Ward