Retrieved 28 February This page was last edited on 29 September , at Axiom formed in late in Melbourne as a country rock group by Brian Cadd on co-lead vocals, organ and piano, Doug Lavery on drums, Don Mudie on bass guitar, Glenn Shorrock on co-lead vocals and rhythm guitar, and Chris Stockley on lead guitar. Listen to Brian Cadd now. Eventually he was secure enough to form his own label, Bootleg, on which he produced and nurtured several other acts.
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The Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop. According to Australian music journalist, Ed Nimmervoll”[it was] inspired by the birth of Don Mudie’s first child.
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Bfian track was co-written by band members, Brian Cadd and Don Mudie. All tracks written by Brian Cadd and Don Mudie. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Views Read Edit View history. You look like someone who appreciates good music. Inhe released his first studio album in over 20 years.
In he recorded an album with old Axiom bandmate Glenn Shorrock. Brian Cadd Don Mudie. Cadd formed a house band, the Bootleg Band, which he used for recording, performing and touring.
Eventually he was secure enough to form his own label, Bootleg, on which he produced and nurtured several other acts. Axiom travelled to London in Brisn to attempt to break into the English music market.
Cadd, who teaches and lectures in Australia, is also the co-owner of the Streetwise Music Group. Australian Rock Database Magnus Holmgren. In the 80s he relocated to Los Angeles where he was successful in securing high-profile artists such as the Pointer Sisters and Gene Pitney to record his songs. Retrieved 24 August Axiom formed in late in Melbourne as a country rock group by Brian Cadd on co-lead vocals, organ and piano, Doug Lavery on drums, Don Mudie on bass guitar, Glenn Shorrock on co-lead vocals and rhythm guitar, and Chris Luttle on lead guitar.
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