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January 09 2014

21:45

Robert Forster: Dancing About Architecture

Robert Forster,musician, songwriter, music critic for The Monthly and co-founder of the iconic indie rock group, The Go Betweens, is in conversation with Sasha Frere-Jones, the pop critic with The New Yorker at the Melbourne Writers Festival. This is a prize eavesdrop: Frere-Jones loves Forster and The Go Betweens; Forster has a great openness and nerdiness and they both know a whole heap about music. This plain boy from Brisbane who didn’t even have a girlfriend when he was writing some of his best songs with Grant McLennan and wondering how he could compete with The Velvets – Lou Reed, John Cale, Nico, heroin and sado masochism – is an absolute treat in his deep brown suit and his long winding tale about meeting the woman of his dreams, actress Lee Remick. http://www.abc.net.au/tv/bigideas/stories/2012/10/22/3613737.htm

May 17 2011

19:35

You Won't Find It Again

By Grant McLennan of The Go-Betweens, this is another B-side from around the time of 16 Lover's Lane.

May 08 2011

17:12

The Devil's Eye

A cover of the song by Grant McLellan of The Go-Betweens from 16 Lover's Lane. 2 February 1958 – 6 May 2006
14:36

The Devil's Eye

14:21

Cattle and Cane

The Wedding Present covering The Go-Betweens. http://townfulloflosers.com/2011/05/06/stride-over-stride/
00:00

Limerent mix

1. Pretty In Pink by The Psychedelic Furs 2. Kiss Me On The Bus by The Replacements 3. You Get Me by The Broken Family Band 4. All Her Favorite Fruit by Camper Van Beethoven 5. Bachelor Kisses by The Go-Betweens 6. Slow Show by The National 7. Let Me Lie To You by Afghan Whigs
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