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Anonymous

Looking for name of group

Post by Anonymous » Wed Nov 13, 2002 11:18 pm



Late seventies, the lyrics went something like this..."smoking Pile Drive cigarettes, three cheers for my old man..."



audiofool

Looking for name of group

Post by audiofool » Thu Nov 14, 2002 8:09 am

Anon- That would be 'My Old Man' by Knobby Clegg.

Anonymous

Looking for name of group

Post by Anonymous » Sun Nov 17, 2002 10:39 pm

That's what I thought a long departed friend had told me. I've looked for information about this group, with variations on spelling, without success. Thanks for confirming it though, I guess I'll have to look harder.

audiofool

Looking for name of group

Post by audiofool » Mon Nov 18, 2002 8:48 am

I saw it on WinMx once not too long ago. Hope this helps

Anonymous

Looking for name of group

Post by Anonymous » Thu Dec 19, 2002 11:17 am

I actually have this on CD (copied over from a tape of CFNY).

Bri

Great Natas

Looking for name of group

Post by Great Natas » Mon Jan 06, 2003 11:24 pm

It was on CBC's Night Lines with Dave Wisdom, early 90's--likely summer/fall of 1992. The band's name sounded like "Datamar" or "Dadamar." They were from New Zealand and they sounded a bit like Velvet Underground and Cowboy Junkies. I've been trying to get a Kaaza download but I'm not sure I'm spelling it right. Search engines are no help and the CBC websites doesn't seem to give lists of songs played. Any help would be appreciated.

Great Natas

Looking for name of group

Post by Great Natas » Mon Jan 06, 2003 11:24 pm

It was on CBC's Night Lines with Dave Wisdom, early 90's--likely summer/fall of 1992. The band's name sounded like "Datamar" or "Dadamar." They were from New Zealand and they sounded a bit like Velvet Underground and Cowboy Junkies. I've been trying to get a Kaaza download but I'm not sure I'm spelling it right. Search engines are no help and the CBC websites doesn't seem to give lists of songs played. Any help would be appreciated.



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