The Divinyls - I Need A Lover - Live 1993
Few Aussie Rock Bands defined the era better than the Divinyls , fewer still did it with a lead singer who was a woman, and a very assertive and menacing one at that, who had such stage presence that she demanded your attention. With a reputation for being sultry and unpredictable on stage, but never less than intriguing ... There is no denying the Divinyls' place in Australia's Rock and Roll history ... They were a hard rockin' outfit that tasted local and moderate international success ... They were controversial , they had catchy songs, and Chrissie Amphlett is still the most unique and as it has turned out the most versatile female vocalist this country has produced ... Recorded in July 1993 in Queensland's notorious Boggo Road prison, this scorching live show was part of a triple bill with Rose Tattoo and Billy Thorpe and his Aztecs sees Chrissie Amphlett and the band deliver blistering renditions of all their hits.