Thursday, 19 May 2016
Intro/Someday/No More Moanin'/If You Want My Old Clothes, It's Too Late I've Got 'em On/You Can't Lie To A Liar/Nobody/Someday Soon/Wait By The Water/Talkin'/Untrue/Tea For One/Fever/I Want Her Too/Is It Raining
Anthony Arthur Barber, known as Tony Barber (born 3 December 1942, Norwich, Norfolk)
Tony Barber, former guitarist & songwriter with the original Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs, debuted as a solo singer in 1966 with one of the best beat/pop singles of the era, and scoring a major Top 5 National Aussie hit straight off the bat with "Someday"..sounding not unlike his old band He released six singles three extended plays and an LP in Australia in the mid-'60s.
Guitarist, singer, songwriter and author Tony Barber is one of the unsung heroes of the Beat Boom in Australia. Rock historian Dean Mittelhauser considered him "one of our most underrated performers from the Sixties" and felt that Tony had "played a bigger part in the success of Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs that has been generally credited".