THE SOUTH DUNEDIN SOUND

1 use no fuzz

2 no fuzz dub

3 the south dunedin sound

4 mick’s dancefloor

5 baby eater

6 last song marching orders

Little Stevie McCabe, vocals & guitar
Bob Brannigan, guitar & vocals
M. S. Agro, bass
Stu Kawowski, drums

Recorded live in Cashmere, Christchurch
at Scab Union Dave’s end-of-year party, December 1983

Tracks 2, 3 & 6 employ South Dunedin spaceSound equipment
for that authentic “Sound of South Dunedin” South Dunedin sound

Knock-Knock Who’s-There Smell-Map

Map 1 here shows the whereabouts of various members of the
Axemen in the first few months of the band’s existence.

PHOTO-ESSAY: A LITTLE BIT OF YESTERDAY

South Dunedin, home of the South Dunedin sound

South Dunedin – home of the South Dunedin Sound.

Maureen of the Empire Tavern
about to burn life-size effigy of Little Stevie McCabe.

<– South Dunedin | Starliners (so-called) | Christchurch –>

<–Alpha Centauri | Starliners (actual) | Eta Tandoori–>

Christchurch, 1983

Enjoy Christchurch graphic by Stu pre-dated the Absolutely Wellington campaign by at least a decade!
Enjoy Christchurch graphic by Stu pre-dated the try-hard Absolutely Wellington campaign by at least a decade!
Christchurch's Disco Queen Mere Nihoniho at Caledonian Hall '77 by Kowalski
Christchurch's Disco Queen Mere Nihoniho at Caledonian Hall '77 by Kowalski

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Accompanying this photo-essay are some more tracks recorded live at the Star & Garter on 4-11-83:

cassette recorder

untitled (sounds
like fiery jack)

get down

9 candles on the cake

a little bit of yesterday (johnny cash)