Angus and Malcolm Young's Pre-AC/DC Songs Go Online

(hennemusic) Previews of three of the first recordings made by AC/DC's Angus and Malcolm Young, set to be reissued on June 2nd, are now available on various sites across the web.

The brothers appeared on Marcus Hook Roll Band's 1973 release, "Tales Of Old Grand Daddy." The group was put together by Harry Vanda and George Young of The Easybeats (and, later, Flash And The Pan).

Online previews for three of the album tracks have gone online. Preview "Ride Baby Ride" at Billboard (here), "Louisiana Lady" at Rolling Stone (here), and "One Of These Days" at MSN (here).

The main sessions for "Tales Of Old Grand Daddy" took place during July/August 1973 in Sydney, Australia. A key ingredient was supplied by producer Alan "Wally" Waller - Jim Beam Old Grand-dad bourbon whiskey - hence the album name. more on this story

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