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Blackfeather

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Blackfeather was an Australian music group founded in 1970 and led for some of its ten-year lifetime by vocalist Neale Johns. It started as a intensifying rock unit, which may be noticed on Mountains of Madness (1971), but afterwards moved toward an easier rock & move style, leading to the Australian #1 strike “Boppin’ the Blues” as well as the 1974 Live record. The group’s workers was liquid in the next half of the ’70s, specifically after Johns transferred to the U.K. to create Fingerprint.

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Music Songs Boppin' the Blues, Seasons of Change, Part 1, At the Mountains of Madness, Fly on My Nose, I'm Gonna Love You, On This Day That I Die, Long Legged Lovely, Mangos Theme, Part 2, The Rat Suite: Main Title, Find Somebody to Love, The Rat, Own Way of Living, Lay Down Lady, Red Head Rag, Still Alive aWell, Gee Willikers, Slippin' and Slidin', Pineapple, Boppin' the Blues/Let's Twist Again/I Just Love to Rock 'n' Roll, D, Blues, Get it On
Albums Live! (Sunbury), At the Mountains of Madness, Boppin' the Blues


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