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It was hard to buy equipment in those days, the top-dogs had all the good gear

Louis Rawnsley and Archie Bowie from New Zealand’s legendary sixties blues band, the Underdogs, talk with Neil Parker about the NZ music scene in the 1960’s, the band’s various line-up changes and what it was like to be regarded as ‘rebels’, playing blues in a predominantly rock/folk environment. Small music breaks near the end of the interview.

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