Wednesday, 7 January 2009
MacCallum began her career in the late 60’s with Sydney based bands like Big Apple Union, Dr. Kandy’s, Third Eye and Chorus, before joining Freshwater at the end of 1970. She recorded one pop single with Freshwater called “I Ain’t Got The Time” 1971. MacCallum left Freshwater at the end of the year to sing with Ray Brown’s One Tone Gypsy for one month before going solo. Her first single for RCA was a Vanda and Young’s composition “Superman” that reached #12 on the national charts in 1972. In 1974 MacCallum signed to Albert Productions. At the start of 1975 she had her second hit single “Excuse Me”. She recorded two more singles for Albert’s plus the album “Excuse Me”. Here out of 1972 for you to download is a single that she did with Celebration, “You Can’t Have Sunshine” (WBA-4006).
Posted by OZZIE MUSIC MAN at 22:57