b. 1945, Denmark. Among the overlooked performers in Australia, Poulsen was mixed up in past due 60s. His music shown the hippie way of living and ‘substitute lifestyle’. The whimsical Poulsen could generate contagious melodies easily and was asked to create songs for various other well-known mainstream performers, notably John Farnham. His second record, 1972’s Shed & Present, lacked the industrial influence of its forerunner, Natural Great, which included his hit one ‘Increase Sha La La Lo’. Afterwards in the 70s, he travelled the globe whilst fighting tumor, which was intimidating to damage his profession. Despite playing sometimes, he didn’t record any materials in the 80s and 90s, aside from many albums of kids’s songs.