Freshwater (4), Alison Mac. Callum with Freshwater (4) – Hello Sunshine. Label: RCA Victor – 101944. Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single. I Ain't Got The Time. A side by Freshwater, B side by Alison Mac Callum with Freshwater. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
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Alison MacCallum (born 7 April 1951), also written Alison McCallum, is an Australian rock singer from the late 1960s and 1970s. Her two studio albums are Fresh Water (March 1972) and Excuse Me (October 1975). In March 1972 she issued her most successful charting single, "Superman", which peaked at No. 12 on Go-Set's National Top 40. In August that year MacCallum provided lead vocals for the Labor Party's campaign theme song, "It's Time", for the 1972 election.
Live) - With Freshwater (Previously Unreleased) Hello Sunshine - With Celebration You Can't Have Sunshine Every Day - With Celebration Fresh Water Ain't Eating Dinner Tonight Any Way You Want Me Lean Woman Blues Take Me Back The Last Time Organ Grinder Blues Hippy Gumbo If It Ain't Hard, It Ain't Easy Superman (Single Version) Ol' Rock'n'Roll Boogie Woogie Blues youtube.
Following this initial success, Alison left Freshwater and spent a short period with Ray Brown's One Ton Gypsy. She then embarked on a solo career, and RCA, who had released the Freshwater single, then offered her a solo contract. Alison was still only 21, though she'd had a long apprenticeship, but finally she was on her way and was ready to break down some boundaries doing it too. Solo career. with Freshwater: Nov. 1971 "I Ain't Got the Time", "Hello Sunshine" (RCA Victor 101944) (Australia Sydney
This was followed by an album, Alison, which spent just two weeks on the top 100 album chart, and two more unsuccessful singles, the last, in February 1976, missing the charts completely and marking the end of her solo career.
Alison McCallum (often misspelt as Alison MacCallum) (born 1951, Sydney, Australia) is an Australian rock singer who had a string of singles in her home country in the late 1960s and 1970s. McCallum's pop music career began in 1967 at the age of 16, as the singer to a succession of Sydney bands. This was followed by an album, "Alison", which spent just two weeks on the top 100 album chart, and two more unsuccessful singles, the last, in February 1976, missing the charts completely and marking the end of her solo career.
Live Version - Freshwater. 4. Hello Sunshine - Celebration. 5. You Can't Have Sunshine Every Day - Celebration. Listen to The Essential Alison MacCallum in full in the this site app. Play on this site. 2016 Sony Music Entertainment Australia Pty Ltd.
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