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Ted Mulry Gang - Struttin album FLAC

  • Performer: Ted Mulry Gang
  • Title: Struttin
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: 1976
  • Style: Hard Rock, Glam
  • MP3 album: 1998 mb
  • FLAC album: 1343 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 194
Ted Mulry Gang - Struttin album FLAC

Martin Albert Mulry (2 September 1947 – 1 September 2001) professionally known as Ted Mulry, was an English-born Australian singer, songwriter, bass player and guitarist.

Members: Ted Mulry - guitar, bass guitar, vocals Les Hall - guitar Steve Hart - guitar Gary Dixon - guitar Herman Kovac - drums.

On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Ted Mulry (Bass Guitar, Vocals), Herman Kovac (Drums, Percussion), Bruce Brown (2) (Engineer), Warren Morgan (Keyboards, tracks B2), Les Hall (2) (Lead Guitar, Vocals), Ted Mulry Gang (Producer, Arranged By), Gary Dixon (2) (Rhythm Guitar, Vocals), Gary Dixon (2) (Written-By, tracks A3), Les Hall (2) (Written-By, tracks A1, A5, B3 to B5), Shelton Brooks.

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About the Ted Mulry Gang. When the Ted Mulry Gang formed in 1972, Mulry was already a well-known pop balladeer. After getting tired of being backed by different backing bands, in 1972 he switched from acoustic guitar to bass and formed his own band, Ted Mulry Gang, with guitarist Les Hall & drummer Herman Kovacs. The band signed a recording deal with Albert Records in 1974 and released their first album Here We Are. Guitarist Gary Dixon joined around this time to complete the foursome. With his own band behind him, he adopted a more hard-rockin’ style.

Artists Ted Mulry Gang The . Album Ted Mulry Gang. This album has an average beat per minute of 134 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 128/146 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Crazy 3:25
A2 I'm Comin' Home 3:52
A3 Make Me Wanna Cry 3:05
A4 Dinah
Arranged By [Arr.] – T.M.G.*
A5 Give Me Your Lovin' 3:23
B1 Dark Town Strutters Ball 3:23
B2 Train 3:50
B3 Lies 3:03
B4 Help Me Out 4:00
B5 I'm Free 3:53
B6 Goodbye 2:40

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – EMI (Australia) Limited
  • Distributed By – EMI (Australia) Limited
  • Recorded At – Albert Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Albert Productions


  • Bass Guitar, Vocals – Ted Mulry
  • Drums, Percussion – Herm Kovac*
  • Engineer – Bruce (Beam) Brown*
  • Keyboards – Warren "The Pig" Morgan* (tracks: B2)
  • Lead Guitar, Vocals – Les Hall
  • Producer, Arranged By – T.M.G.*
  • Rhythm Guitar, Vocals – Gary Dixon
  • Written-By – G. Dixon* (tracks: A3), L. Hall* (tracks: A1, A5, B3 to B5), Shelton Brookes* (tracks: B1), T. Mulry* (tracks: A1, A2, A5, B2, B4 to B6), Trad.* (tracks: A4)


First Australian pressing in gatefold jacket.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side A): APLP018A
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side B): APLP018B

Reviews about Ted Mulry Gang - Struttin (2):
Yes, this great album is available on CD, I have a 1994 albert's issue, the people behind mastering this for CD have done a great job of doing so, a brilliant straight mastertape to disc transfer without any digital processing. Unfortunately it would have been a nice treat if they'd also included the orphaned single that charted around this album's release period; "Jamaican rum"
Great stomping 70's rock boogie, with flares and platforms and just a touch of glitter. I hear early AC/DC but with harmony vocals, something looser than Status Quo with a bit of slide guitar, rawer and more apt to pick (and lose) a drunken fistfight in a bar with sawdust on the floor than Bad Company ... but it's all been kinda compressed into an AM radio pop spectrum so it comes out as instantly likeable as Suzi Quatro's first album. A certain level of amiable cheesiness is part of the appeal. It's definitely of it's time. You can hear punk is in the air, but this isn't it. I wonder if this has ever come out on CD? If you just want a taste, the single "Jump In My Car" from two years earlier would sum this band up pretty well in less than 3 minutes. The single from this album was "Dark Town Strutters' Ball", also pretty good.

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