Flash and the Pan
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Flash & The Pan were a duo consisting of George Young and Harry Vanda both formerly of the Australian 60s band, The Easybeats (Of "Friday on My Mind" fame). George Young also had two brothers called Angus & Malcolm Young whom you may have heard as members of a group called AC/DC
Posted by Keebord on Saturday, 10.24.09 @ 21:02pm
Does anyone else think that George Young and Harry Vanda might have inspired Mark Knopfler to incorporate the following lyrics into Dire Straits' major hit "Sultans of Swing?"
Posted by Keebord on Saturday, 12.5.09 @ 12:09pm
Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Saturday, 12.5.09 @ 12:35pm
That could also be it. Either way it seems too similar to simply be a coincidence.
Posted by Keebord on Saturday, 12.5.09 @ 16:17pm
Don't listen to Flash and the Pan because they'll take you where you don't want to be. From the song Hey St. Peter:
Posted by Evangelist on Sunday, 10.28.12 @ 00:50am
Evangelist, I think "Hell" is used in the song to describe New York City and is not meant to be taken literally, for example look at these lyrics from the start of the song:
Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Sunday, 10.28.12 @ 03:28am
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