Song

Sympathy: MIKE BRADY

Australian singles chart:
Sympathy entered the Kent charts on 14 December 1970 and peaked at #42.

BONUS CLIP BELOWUp There Cazaly

Wikipedia:
English-born Mike Brady began his Australian recording career in the mid 60s with the band MPD Ltd, which was Mike, Pete and Danny. The Melbourne-based band had hits such as Little Boy Sad and Lonely Boy. MPD Ltd toured Australia and the UK, and Brady also entertained troops in Vietnam with a different band.
Following the break-up of MPD Ltd, Mike recorded some solo singles, the biggest being Sympathy.
In the late 70s, Mike (as The Two-Man Band with Peter Sullivan) wrote and recorded AFL (then VFL) football songs Up There Cazaly and One Day in September.
Read more: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Brady_(musician)

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BONUS CLIP
Mike Brady and Peter Sullivan as The Two-Man Band singing Australian Rules Football song Up There Cazaly, originally commissioned by the Seven Network to promote its then-VFL football broadcasts. The title refers to early-20th-century South Melbourne ruckman Roy Cazaly who was known for his prodigious leap. “Up there, Cazaly!” became a fan catchcry when he leapt to mark the ball.

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