Single on CBS by popular covers band formed in 1982 by former Mondo Rock bassist Paul Christie. Over the following decade The Party Boys' ever-changing line-ups included a number of well-known Australian and overseas musicians. These included Richard Clapton, Shirley Strachan (formerly of Skyhooks), Joe Walsh (Eagles), Marc Hunter (Dragon), Angry Anderson (Rose Tattoo), Kevin Borich, Alan Lancaster (Status Quo), John Swan (Swanee), Graham Bonnett, Eric Burdon (Animals), Ross Wilson (Daddy Cool, Mondo Rock) and James Reyne (Australian Crawl): the Who's Who of Australian Rock lists 35 band members. See Brendan Swift's account at All Music Guide.
Thanks to Terry Stacey for suggestion.
South African singer-songwriter who from the early 60s recorded with Johnny Kongos & the G-Men. In 1966 he moved to the UK where he had two #4 hits, He's Gonna Step On You Again and Tokoloshe Man (both 1971).
He's Gonna Step On You Again was produced by Gus Dudgeon, producer of Elton John, with a number of personnel who also appeared on early Elton John albums. The record uses a tape loop of African drums, a pioneering use of sampling recognised by The Guinness Book of Records.
Single on Mushroom label.
Melbourne pop band featuring TV actors Ally Fowler and Tottie Goldsmith on vocals and David Reyne (ex-Australian Crawl) on drums.