Брисбен - Brisbane Bands pt 3 (1988 music documentary)

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Music documentaries from Australia and New Zealand:
This is part 3 of a 1988 documentary titled 'Brisbane Bands'.
This documentary focuses on the isolation and struggle many Brisbane punk bands had to endure in the face of conservative Brisbane during the 1970's and 1980's.
Mark Callaghan (the Riptides/GANGjaja) and Mark Dadds (The Sharks) comment on the sound of Brisbane bands.
Lindy Morrison and Robert Forster (both of The Go-Betweens) speak about Queensland police breaking up their gigs and parties and the brutal treatment of protesters against the Bjelke-Petersen government.
Mark Dadds (of The Sharks) reflects on the riots that took place at the Caxton Street Jazz Club and a particular night when the Brisbane task force attacked concert attendees.
This segment also shows footage of many riots and arrests that had happened in Brisbane during the 1970's and 1980's.
Mark Callaghan concludes this segment by speaking about many bands having to leave Brisbane in order to survive and prosper.

Tracks/Bands include:
Toywatches
The Apartments
Mistery Of Sixes
The Go-Betweens 'Karen'
Razar - Task Force


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NZOZDocumented Documentary Australia Seventies 1970's 1970s 70's 70s
Social Terms/Key Words: Conservative, Government, Authority, Ignorant, Isolation, Desolation, Boredom, Bored, Boring, Territorial, Drinking, Fighting, Teenage, Teen, Party, Parties, Closed Down, Shut Down, Club 76, Hostility, Hostile Audience, Joh Bjelke-Petersen, Police, Riots, Pretensiousness,
Musical Terms: Punk, Rock, Post, Post-Punk, Indie, Independent, Alternative, Aussie, Old Australian Bands
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