Your Fantasy Set List

Deep Purple / Speed King

Led Zeppelin / We're Gonna Groove

Black Sabbath / War Pigs

Rainbow / Long Live Rock N' Roll

AC/DC / Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap

Judas Priest / Sinner

Iron Maiden / Sun and Steel

The Who / The Real Me

The Rolling Stones / Jumpin' Jack Flash

The Beatles / Bad Boy

RUSH / Bastille Day

ZZ Top / Legs

The Cult / Love Removal Machine

Queen / Now I'm Here

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Jennygirl

Guest
Deep Purple / Speed King

Led Zeppelin / We're Gonna Groove

Black Sabbath / War Pigs

Rainbow / Long Live Rock N' Roll

AC/DC / Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap

Judas Priest / Sinner

Iron Maiden / Sun and Steel

The Who / The Real Me

The Rolling Stones / Jumpin' Jack Flash

The Beatles / Bad Boy

RUSH / Bastille Day

ZZ Top / Legs

The Cult / Love Removal Machine

Queen / Now I'm Here

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Ok. Wearing my leathers to that gig. :)
 

Alan0899

Junior Member
G'day All,
MMMM only 10 Ok,
1) When the Levey Breaks, Led Zep
2) Fluff, Black Sabath
3) And she was, Talking heads
4) Long Line, Angels (Aus band)
5) No secrets, Angels
6) Travellin band, Credence
7) Back in Black, AC DC
8) White room, Cream
9) La Grange, ZZ Top
10) Am I ever gunna see your face again, Angels, (all the Aussies will know this one, & the refrain that is sung by the audience, no way get ****** & so on)
But there are so many, I love to play, it's hard to pick just 10.
 
My set would include in no particular order:

Rosanna – Toto
The Crunge – Led Zeppelin
Knock On Wood – Eddie Floyd
Cissy Strut – The Meters
Three Little Birds – Bob Marley & The Wailers
Lido Shuffle – Boz Scaggs
Soulshine – Gov’t Mule version
Cult Of Personality – Living Colour
Murder By Numbers – The Police
Shakey Ground – The Temptations

Matt
 

Pocket-full-of-gold

Platinum Member
Why is it a bloody oath? since I have many Aussie friends here and I meant it.
Ian, the Aussie vernacular goes something like this:

1. Everyone is "mate"....man, woman or child (works a treat when forgetting names).
2. Every problem is adressed with the term "she'll be right, mate".
3. Everything you agree with is adressed with the term "bloody oath, mate"

:)
 

Pollyanna

Platinum Member
Ian, you may already know that "bloody" is used in Australia and England to mean "very". So, if "my oath" is short for "my oath, this thing is true" (ie. "yes, I agree"), then "bloody oath" could be translated as "yes, I agree strongly" :)


3. Everything you agree with is adressed with the term "bloody oath, mate"
My father is from Vienna and, despite his accent, he's tried very hard to be a dinkum Aussie. He used to say "my oath" when he agreed with something (he never quite reached the "bloody oath" stage).

Because of his accent, I used to think he was saying "my oats" and had no idea what it meant. When I was a little older I heard my big sister say "my oath" and the penny dropped.
 
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Jennygirl

Guest
Ian, the Aussie vernacular goes something like this:

1. Everyone is "mate"....man, woman or child (works a treat when forgetting names).
2. Every problem is adressed with the term "she'll be right, mate".
3. Everything you agree with is adressed with the term "bloody oath, mate"

:)

ehehehe. and...

4. A man or woman you hold in high regard is a 'top bloke' or 'top sheila/bird/chick'.

I have an American flatmate at the moment and she is constantly amused at the Aussie slang. Probably not in a good way either...hehehehe. Bloody oath!!
 
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