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Ed Nimmervoll

Delivered in Austria in 1947, Ed Nimmervoll’s family members migrated to Melbourne, Australia in 1956. In 1966, while learning architecture, I began adding to the 1st national magazine focused on pop tradition, Go-Set, at a formative stage of this publication advancement. I became its single record reviewer and among its chief authors. When the editorship was wanted to me in 1973, I stated goodbye to structures forever even more. When Go-Set was dropped in a corporate and business takeover, I founded a fresh national music every week, Juke, that was released from 1975 to 1992. For the time being, I had chosen a freelance profession which eventually resulted in the creation of Consider 40 Australia (Australia’s American Best 40) and a 13-12 months profession with radio and tv syndicators MCM, researching and composing shows and special offers, and performing interviews with all the current major regional and international performers during that period. Since 1997, I’ve once again focused on the freelance profession, researching special offers for TV, composing music-oriented biographies, creating an sound background of Australian rock and roll for the Victorian Performing Arts Museum, etc, remaining as near to the front side type of Australian rock and roll as I’ve throughout my profession. That career offers given me a thorough insight and complete understanding of the music business. My enthusiasm may be the fostering, support, and advancement of Australian music. Captured culturally and geographically between European countries and america Of America, Australia has already established its own exclusive and colourful music history. All of those other world has just seen the top of this. ~ Ed Nimmervoll DESERT Isle LIST Revolver (Beatles) 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 (Midnight Essential oil) My Era (The Who) Astral Weeks (Truck Morrison) Soft Bomb (Chills) CLASSIC Young boys (Randy Newman) Watershed (Offer McLennan) Achtung Baby (U2) Ego ISN’T a Dirty Term (Skyhooks) 12 x 5 (The Rolling Rocks) Green (R.E.M.) Ten (Pearl Jam) Countdown to Ecstasy (Steely Dan) Music From Big Red (The Music group) THE CHANGING TIMES THEY MAY BE A-Changin’ (Bob Dylan) Leaves Me Blind (Underground Enthusiasts) Audio As Ever (You Am I) Okay Computer (Radiohead) Sweetheart (Matthew Nice) Odelay (Beck) My Goal HOLDS TRUE (Elvis Costello) Honey’s Deceased (the Jesus & Mary String) Squeezing Out Sparks (Graham Parker) Sweetheart from the Rodeo (The Byrds) Siamese Desire (The Smashing Pumpkins)

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