A few songs from the ’70s - and Giving Tuesday promotion starts
Intro: Roulette - Dom Mariani and the Majestic Kelp, Underwater Casino, 2003.
Surf’s Up Tonight - Midnight Oil, from their 1996 album Breathe.
Livin’ In the City - the Casanovas, from their debut LP, released in 2004.
Ana’s Song (Open Fire) - Silverchair, from their 1999 album Neon Ballroom.
Take A Long Line - the Angels, from their 1978 album Face To Face.
Excuse Me - Alison MacCallum, a 1974 single and the title track of her 1975 album. This version via YouTube.
Goodbye Lollipop - Madder Lake, from their album Stillpoint, released in 1973.
Falling Up - Tamam Shud, from their 1972 album Evolution
See Me - King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, from 2021, the album L.W.
Access - R.M.F.C., from a 2022 EP. Reportedly it stands for Rock Music Fan Club and is the work of one Buz Clatworthy, who records in his home studio. I saw that online so it must be true.
Growing Up - Mia Dyson, 2014, the album Idyllwild.
When It Rains In Broken Hill - the Orbweavers, a single from their forthcoming (as of this list-making) album, New Moon.
Three songs by the Triffids, from their 1986 album In the Pines. These versions from the 2007 reissue CD.
25 to 5,
Only One Life,
and the title track.
Take Me To the Mountains - The Davidson Brothers, from 2014, their album Wanderlust.
Blue Mountains - Suzannah Espie, from 2011, her album Sea of Lights.
Outro: Chicken Omelette, from an album by Baby Langston.