This year The Angels celebrate the 40th Anniversary of their album ‘Face To Face’ by touring to play the record live from start to finish along with a whole slew of their other chart topping singles.
In the first of a weekly 12 part series of video interviews, this episode sees Rick & John Brewster discuss the overall history of how the album came to be as it unwittingly began a musical and producing partnership that would go on to see The Angels climb right inside the core of what was to become Australian pub rock.
The Angels are an Australian rock band that formed in Adelaide, South Australia, in 1974. The band later relocated to Sydney and enjoyed huge local success, clocking up hit singles across four decades, including “Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again”, “Take a Long Line”, “Marseilles”, “Shadow Boxer”, “No Secrets”, “We Gotta Get Out of This Place”, “Let the Night Roll On”, and “Dogs Are Talking”. The Angels were cited by Guns N’ Roses and a number of Seattle grunge bands, including Pearl Jam and Nirvana, as having influenced their music. In the international market, to avoid legal problems with the Casablanca Records’ act Angel, their records were released under the names Angel City and later The Angels from Angel City. (wikipedia) Read on: https://ift.tt/2KBiXpt