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The Tol-Puddle Martyrs Rock ’n’ Roll life began back in the mid sixties as Peter in Peter & the Silhouettes. First recording "Claudette Jones"/"The Natural Man". In 1967 the Tol-Puddle Martyrs were formed, recording two singles "Time Will Come"/"Social Cell" 1967 and "Nellie Bligh"/ "Love Your Life" 1968. In 2005 a group of respected Australian Rock Historians & Radio Station 3CR, put together a book & CD “Wild About You”, to honour the first chapter of Australian Garage… read more

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    The Tol-Puddle Martyrs - "Time Will Come"/"Social Cell" (1967) from Australian Sixties Underground Garage/Psych. The Tol-Puddle Martyrs, the second incarnation of Peter & the Silhouettes (Claudette Jones). The Martyrs, developed with their wild and raucous fuzz guitar/organ drenched material. Were banished to Australia for unionizing. -.-.-.-. om hari om ..... ॐะ
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    Still here to cherish your sound mates:):):)!!!
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    Peter! I have you on pretty heavy rotation over at my radio station at http://www.last.fm/user/BillStrange/ Check it out!!
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    If you missed these guys the first time around, it's time to catch up on some great Garagey/Psych/Pop sounds from this great Australian band from the Sixties right up to today. There are some real hidden gems here.

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