Living in the 70s - Being young in Australia in an extraordinary decade
Panel vans, platforms, protests, pills, sharpies and surfies,
conscription and a cyclone, Gough and Gunston, Sherbet and Skyhooks,
escaping the suburbs or leaving the city to go back to the land: the 70s in
Australia had the lot. Life was bursting with possibility and whether you
were a teenager in an Adelaide cul-de-sac or a rock star tearing up an
inner-city pub, you couldn't help but feel the buzz.
First published Australia 2002.
Includes reminiscences about ABBA.
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