Swingers new zealand band
The Swingers were a New Zealand rock band. Contents. 1 Background; 2 Success; 3 Breakup; 4 Discography. Albums; Singles. 5 References; 6 External.
Counting the Beat" is a single by New Zealand rock band The Swingers released in from their album Practical Jokers Contents. 1 History; 2 Track listing.
27 May Swingers setlist from the New Zealand tour, venue unknown That band later mutated into The Whizz Kids, and then Blam Blam Blam.
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Counting the Beat
Counting the Beat - Wikipedia
Description:At least the home audience knew the truth: They were tried and proven on pub audiences and then they were ditched for the album. They sounded like the rhythm track was a drum machine — there was no band vibe or energy. Then, the seemingly impossible happened: He had difficulty being gregarious. I was Mr Agorophobic and he was Mr Antisocial. The Practical Jokers album received mixed reviews and sold only moderately, and when the group toured NZ later in the year, they seemed road-weary and sullen, despite an uncommonly great PA and stage dressing.