Headband
  • A Song For Tooley
  • Land Of Supercars
  • Headsong
  • A Song For Tooley
  • Stay With Me
  • My Young Friend
  • Headsong
  • Country Lady
  • Children's Dream
  • Wait Until Tomorrow
  • Brand New Morning
  • Goodbye Mother Nature
  • Something Tells Me
  • Stay With Me
  • A Song For Tooley
    Genre: Progressive Rock
    MP3 (05:00) [11.44 MB]
  • Land Of Supercars
    Genre: Progressive Rock
    MP3 (05:39) [12.93 MB]
  • Headsong
    Genre: Rock
    MP3 (01:39) [3.78 MB]
  • A Song For Tooley
    Genre: Rock
    MP3 (03:49) [8.75 MB]
  • Stay With Me
    Genre: Progressive Rock
    MP3 (03:32) [8.1 MB]
  • My Young Friend
    Genre: Progressive Rock
    MP3 (02:52) [6.55 MB]
  • Headsong
    Genre: Progressive Rock
    MP3 (01:22) [3.13 MB]
  • Country Lady
    Genre: Progressive Rock
    MP3 (02:14) [5.13 MB]
  • Children's Dream
    Genre: Progressive Rock
    MP3 (06:18) [14.43 MB]
  • Wait Until Tomorrow
    Genre: Progressive Rock
    MP3 (04:01) [9.19 MB]
  • Brand New Morning
    Genre: Progressive Rock
    MP3 (02:26) [5.59 MB]
  • Goodbye Mother Nature
    Genre: Progressive Rock
    MP3 (04:27) [10.19 MB]
  • Something Tells Me
    Genre: Rock
    MP3 (05:47) [13.25 MB]
  • Stay With Me
    Genre: Rock
    MP3 (03:17) [7.53 MB]
Biography
Headband is one of Australia’s most unique progressive blues rock bands that formed in the early 70’s. The four-piece group (comprised of; bass guitarist Chris Bailey; drummer Joff Bateman; singer-songwriter and keyboardist Peter Beagley (later known as Peter Head); and singer-songwriter and guitarist Mauri Berg) supported Elton John in 1971, and The Rolling Stones in 1973 at their Adelaide performances, and finished third in the 1972 Hoadley's Battle of the Sounds – a national performance competition between the best groups representing each state. The band then went on to releasing their debut album, A Song for Tooley, in 1973, which featured album artwork by internationally renowned Adelaide artist Vytas Šerelis. Headband disbanded a year later.

Following the band’s break up, keyboardist, Peter Head - who joined the Blue Pie family earlier this year - went on to start up Mount Lofty Rangers; an ever-changing group of notable Adelaide musicians that included Glenn Shorrock, Robyn Archer and Bon Scott, who later joined AC/DC. Peter set up his own label, Head Office Records, in 1996 alongside radio broadcaster, David Woodhall, producing 2 CDs; "Round & Round & Round" by Bon Scott, and Peter’s first solo CD recording "King of the Cross".

Headband’s progressive, psychedelic folk music creates a similar ambiance to that of Simon and Garfunkel, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. Their music brings upon nostalgia and peace. In 2012, Headband will release their single ‘Song For Tooley’ as a remastered version.

Headband are a Blue Pie Records artist. For more information please visit them on the links below or search "Headband” on Google.

MAIN WEBSITE:
headbandmusic.com

OTHER WEBSITES:
myspace.com/musicheadband
open.spotify.com/artist/0h0XiyJ1hnp4cS9Lo9PvoO
itunes.apple.com/us/artist/headband/448552823
music.apple.com/au/artist/headband/448552823
planetbluepictures.pivotshare.com/media/headband%3A-live/12714

LABEL:
Blue Pie Records USA LLC
Clarence House
Unit 6 No 9 Clarence Street
Moss Vale, NSW 2577
Australia
P: +61 2 9310 0155
F: +61 2 9310 0166
E: sales@bluepie.com.au
W: www.bluepierecords.com

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  • Members:
    Peter Head, Mauri Berg, Chris Bailey & Joff Bateman
  • Sounds Like:
    Pink Floyd, The Angels, Ganggajan, Mount Lofty Rangers
  • Influences:
    Pink Floyd, The Angels, Ganggajan, Mount Lofty Rangers
  • AirPlay Direct Member Since:
    07/02/11
  • Profile Last Updated:
    11/01/21 14:27:57
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