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Monday, 30 April 2018

Pantha "Doway Do Doway Do !?!!“ 1975 Australia Jazz Rock,Latin Rock,Latin Funk


Pantha  "Doway Do Doway Do !?!!“ 1975 Australia Jazz Rock,Latin Rock,Latin Funk
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Along with piranhas (another Sydney band in the early 1970’s), Pantha were influenced by the Santana hall mark of using beat rock over a Latin. Their music what’s unusual hybrid of rock, jazz, Latin American, West Indian and even occasional Zappa-like tracks. 
Even though these guys were obviously channeling the Osibisa / Santana thing, theywere doing it with immense fun. Exuberant frontman Paul Curtis was a good vocalist and flamboyant percussionist and other members, apart from Jack Wilson on bass, included sensational guitarist Roger Pell (ex-Kush), fluid keyboard player Danny Bourne (who later joined Mick Fettes, ex-Madder Lake, and Thank God You’re Here’s Shane Bourne [Brother?] in Bandicoot), and, later, drummer Barry Cram (who went on to play with hard rock bands Avalanche and Contraband). Conga player Peter Lee who later switched to drums which Not The Same Peter Lee who what drummer with similarly funky band Stylus. 
The band had one line-up change in Their Time Together, with Barry Cram Replacing Adriane Paine on drums and Jose McLaughlin Replacing Dannie Bourne on keyboards. 
Pantha supported the Doobie Brothers on their "Stampede across Australia” tour at Festival Hall, Melbourne in 1976. 
Pantha only released three singles and one album (on the wizard label) during their short lifespan and were restringsd live at the DoubleJay studio concert on April 12th, 1977, with a track entitled ’ Rushcutter Bay Heartbeat reggae’ 
Their album what restringsd at Trafalgar Studios, Sydney and what produced by Roger Pell and John Sayers….~



Credits 
Bass – Jack Wilson 
Congas – Peter Lew  
Drums – Adrian Paine 
Guitar – Roger Pell 
Lead Vocals – Paul Curtis  
Percussion – Adrian Paine, Donnie Bourne, Jack Wilson (6), Paul Curtis Peter Lew  Roger Pell 
Piano – Donnie Bourne 

Tracklist 
A1 I Am Not Afraid
A2 Pantha’s Overflow
A3 All Things Below
A4 Doway Do Doway Do
B1 Bar Diddley Ah Bardeaux
B2 Spiritual Sky
B3 Blue House 

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