Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again . (2) - Piano Tabs

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About Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again : "Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again" is written by Doc Neeson, John Brewster and Rick Brewster . The song is best known for the expletive-laden audience response, "No Way, Get Fucked, Fuck Off" In January 2018, as part of Triple M's "Ozzest 100", "Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again The song was originally written as an acoustic ballad about grief and loss . References to subjects like Santa Fe and Renoir came from Neeson's own experiences . It was released in 1976. It was released as part of album The Angels. The track was release in 1976. Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again has a significant contribution from artist(s) Doc Neeson,John Brewster,Rick Brewster. The track has an affiliation to the band(s) - the Angels.

About John Brewster (musician) - John Carrington Brewster-Jones has played in a number of Australian rock bands . The Angels and The Party Boys Brewster, brother Rick Brewster and Doc Neeson formed Moonshine Jug & String Band in Adelaide . By the end of 1975 they become The Angels . An appearance at the Sunbury Pop Festival, resulted in touring with AC/DC and Chuck Berry as his backing band . He is still a member of The Angels and currently tours with his son, Sam Brewster on bass guitar The most notable albums include - The Angels and The Party Boys. John Brewster (musician)'s music is influenced by genre(s) - rock.

About Doc Neeson - Bernard Patrick "Doc" Neeson was front man for the hard rock band The Angels from its formation in February 1976 through to 1999 . The band then split up and reformed in 2008 after a lengthy legal battle where Doc resumed his place as front man . In December 1999, Neeson had a car accident on the Sydney M4 motorway . The group were inducted into the Hall of Fame in October 1998 . Neeson's Facebook page announced he had a brain tumour in January 2013 . He died on 4 June 2014, approximately 18 months from his initial diagnosis . Doc Neeson had an affiliation to band(s) - The Angels. Doc Neeson's music is influenced by genre(s) - hard rock , blues rock , rock and roll , pub rock.

About The Angels (album) : The Angels was produced by Vanda & Young (The Easybeats) at Sydney's Albert Studios . It included a re-recorded version of their debut single, "Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again" The Angels debut album was issued in August 1977 . The group's line up, from January that year, were Chris Bailey on bass guitar; Graham Bidstrup (aka Buzz Throckman) on drums . Bernard "Doc" Neeson on lead vocals . The Angels were signed by their producers, Vanda & Young, to Albert Productions record label . Six of the ten tracks were co-written by the Brewster brothers with Neeson . The Angels (album)'s most popular songs include Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again,You're a Lady Now. It had a contribution from notable artists like Vanda & Young. It had an affiliation to bands - The Angels,The Angels. Its music is influenced by genres - hard rock.

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