Between 1970 and 1972, Ron Tudor's Fable Records established itself as the premier independent record label in Australia.
In January 1972, Tudor and singer/songwriter Brian Cadd launched Bootleg Records, a new label along the lines of Leon Russell's Shelter Records. The idea was to have a ‘house band' – known as The Bootleg Family Band – to back artists signed to the label for recordings and live performances.
Cadd was a music veteran, having already been in popular Australian bands The Groop and Axiom – a supergroup of sorts, also featuring singer Glenn Shorrock, formerly of The Twilights.
Cadd also acted as Fable's A&R Manager and house producer.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Label||Bootleg / Sony|
|Music Genre Primary||Pop & Rock|
- 1. Fairweather Friend
- 2. Tell The World To Go Away
- 3. Where The Music's Playing
- 4. Josie McGinty
- 5. Tell me About Freedom Again
- 6. Ginger Man
- 7. Pappy's Got The Blues
- 8. Silver City Birthday Celebration Day
- 9. Suite For Life