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Mike Rudd formed Spectrum in 1969 with the late Bill Putt on bass, Lee Neale on keyboards and Mark Kennedy on drums, the line-up that went into Bill Armstrong's Albert Park studio in 1970 and recorded the famous single I'll Be Gone (Some day I'll have money) .
Due to a local radio ban the single didn't get released for another six months, in which time the band had moved on to a more experimental phase - which may partly explain why Rudd made the incredible decision not to include the single on the band's first album, Spectrum Part One.
Despite this and sundry other Spinal Tap moments the band still exists some forty-eight years later, albeit with Rudd the sole remaining original member.
 
 
 
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RIP Bill Putt - 28.3.47 - 7.8.13
UPCOMING GIGS >

July
Sat. 9 Spectrum Plays the Blues at the Humpty Doo Blues Festival NT TBA

Fri. 21 + Sat. 22 Spectrum at the Light of Day Festival in Ocean Grove TBA

Wed. 27 Wed. 26 Mike plays the Lomond Acoustica at The Lomond Hotel 225 Nicholson St East Brunswick 9380 1752 TBA


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STOP PRESS >

OK - the Stop Press gig report is back! A brief assessment of the recent Spectrum to Ariel show at the Caravan Music Club with a couple of dud pics is to be savoured and spat out in disgust. We're back!!



Back!

Check out the Stop Press page
For more gig details see the Gigs page
To buy CDs go to the CDs page
To book the band go to Book Spectrum
To see the videos go to the Videos page
Watch this space
 
 
 
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