Grandmas tonic i know - Grandma s Tonic - I Know (Vinyl) at Discogs

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From 1965 to 1967, he released ten 45 records in Australia, of which seven made the Top 40, the most successful of which were a cover of Conway Twitty 's Speechless (The Pick Up), and a rousing version of Solomon Burke 's Stupidity . He was backed by Melbourne band The Phantoms on all these recordings. He then recorded two singles with the band Grandmas Tonic as lead vocalist. His last two singles, once again under his own name, were for the Astor label although he was still backed on them by Grandma's Tonic,(ex-members of Tony Worsley's backing band 'The Fabulous Blue Jays').

A rare single recorded and released in Australia on the ASTOR label, from the year 1967, B side a cover of the Troggs song.

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