The Best of Flash and the Pan
When the Easybeats broke up in 1970, Harry Vanda and George Young returned from Britain to Australia, where they formed a production and songwriting team. They produced all the early AC/DC albums and came up with the studio concept Flash & The Pan. The title was a wry commentary on their early brush with fame, but a succession of powerful albums sold well. Hit single ‘Hey St. Peter’ heads up a 19-track CD that features ‘Waiting For A Train’, ‘Down Among The Deadmen’ and ‘The African Shuffle’. The compre-hensive liner notes include an exclusive interview with Harry Vanda.