Worshiping Mary Stuart Masterson since 1987.
oh my god - as soon as I started playing Four Walls I thought 'that sounds just like Jimmy Barnes'! I used to be a HUGE Jimmy Barnes fan but never knew he played with Cold Chisel (had never heard of Cold Chisel come to that!) I think I played Freight Train Heart till the tape broke actually so I must have only known him during his solo years. Thanx for the trip down memory lane
Thanks Jacie. Cold Chisel have a best of compilation. I found it on Amazon here;http://www.amazon.co.uk/Best-Cold-Chisel-Us/dp/B000006XPJ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1211603473&sr=8-1They were really just a pub band with extraordinary talent - and I think they sounded the best when they played live.If you like their stuff, but would like to hear some of their live (less studio produced) stuff I could recommend their double album Swingshift. I would say their version of Knocking on Heavens Door - is the best I've heard yet.
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