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ROB'S ALBUM REVIEWS

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Cream of The Crate: CD #45- Skyhooks: The Skyhooks Tapes

"In the mid Seventies Skyhooks basically gave the Australian Music Industry the enema it had been needing." (Peter Green- Skyhooks web site) "The Skyhooks were...

Cream of The Crate – CD Review: Ross Wilson: Now Listen

"One of the finest musicians/ songwriters/ producers/ performers that this country has ever produced." (Mark Gibson - Australian Music History) "It was really fortunate that...

Field, See & Mason: Down Under the Covers – A Review

 "The music is fantastic and the on-stage entertainment and fun and humour as well as crowd rapport, have all been wonderfully captured on this...

Cream Of The Crate: CD #20 – Sixties Down Under Volume 4 [A Compilation]

"There is little doubt, that the halcyon days for Australian & New Zealand Rock & Pop music was the 1960's" CD Cover This was number seventy...

Cream of The Crate: CD’s #10 – Sixties Down Under Volume 2 (A Compilation)

"The value of these discs is greatly enhanced by the fact that the acts are in most cases represented by their best work, rather...

See, Field and Mason: Down Under the Covers – A Review

"The music is fantastic and the on-stage entertainment and fun and humour as well as crowd rapport, have all been wonderfully captured on...

Cream of The Crate – Record #37: Masters Apprentices

"A fitting climax to one of Australia's finest achievements on record"(Stan Rofe) The album cover This is number thirty seven in the series of albums I'm...

Cream of The Crate: Album # 20 – Max Merritt & The Meteors: [The self-titled] Max Merritt & The Meteors

“Most definitely Max's finest work” This is retro-review number number twenty in the series of albums I have featured as part of an on-going retrospective of vinyl...

Cream of The Crate – Album #14

“You can boo me and you can make fun of me, but you all paid your money to see me because you love me” This...
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Casey McQuillen takes us through a soulful journey of love’s complexity in ‘Talk In My Head’

Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Casey McQuillen invites listeners on an emotional odyssey with her latest single, 'Talk In My Head'. The poignant track delves into the...

A Comprehensive Guide to Porcelain Veneers, Dental Implants, and Your Smile Makeover

Within the realm of cosmetic dentistry, porcelain veneers and dental implants emerge as extraordinary solutions, not merely elevating smiles but also restoring confidence that...

5 Ways To Wear Maxi Dresses To The Beach And How To Take Care Of Your Skin

Are you ready to elevate your beach style game while keeping your skin glowing and healthy? Maxi dresses are the ultimate summer staple, effortlessly...

Mick Pacholli

Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.