During early 1970 TAMAM SHUD signed with the newly established Australian division of Warner Bros. Records, for whom they recorded their second LP, the environmentally-themed Goolutionites and the Real People, but in June 1970, soon after it was finished, both Davidson and Gaze left to form progressive rock group, Kahvas Jute with bassist Bob Daisley and singer-guitarist Dennis Wilson. Tamam Shud were an Australian psychedelic and progressive rock and surf rock band, formed in Newcastle N. S. W. Australia. The band had previously gone under the name Four Strangers then The Sunsets then finally they settled on the name Tamam Shud in 1967 after moving to Sydney and adding a new member Peter Barron on Bass Guitar. They released two albums, Evolution (1969) and Goolutionites and the Real People (1970) before disbanding in 1972. After a lengthy hiatus they reformed in 1993 to release a third album, Permanent Culture in 1994 but disbanded again in 1995.
Goolutionites Theme / They'Ll Take You Down On The Lot
I Love You All
Heaven Is Closed
Stand In The Sunlight
Take A Walk On A Foggy Morn
Goolutionites Theme Part 1 / Part 2
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