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Essendon Airport

Essendon Airport

Essendon Airport


Essendon Airport began as a duo in Melbourne in 1978 with Robert Goodge on guitar and David Chesworth on Wurlitzer electric piano, along with a home-made drum machine bought from the Trading Post. They performed around Melbourne’s newly emerging post-punk inner city venues such as the Crystal Ballroom, various galleries such as the George Paton and the Clifton Hill Community Music Centre (CHCMC), a venue for experimental music, performance and film. Read more on Last.fm
Essendon Airport began as a duo in Melbourne in 1978 with Robert Goodge on guitar and David Chesworth on Wurlitzer electric piano, along with a home-made drum machine bought from the Trading Post. They performed around Melbourne’s newly emerging post-punk inner city venues such as the Crystal Ballroom, various galleries such as the George Paton and the Clifton Hill Community Music Centre (CHCMC), a venue for experimental music, performance and film. The duo released the EP Sonic Investigations Of The Trivial in 1979 and Talking To Cleopatra/Lost In Madagascar, a single featuring vocalist Anne Cessna, in 1980. The band later became a four piece with drums and sax, and finally a five piece with bass, before disbanding in 1983.

The 1981 Essendon Airport LP Palimpsest documents their quartet lineup. Since Chapter released Sonic Investigations Of The Trivial in 2002 the duo lineup have reformed with former Triffids pedal steel guitarist Graham Lee fleshing out the lineup, and have recently been recording for a new album. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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