Early recordings from Malcolm and Angus Young are getting a reissue.
The Marcus Hook Roll Band formed in 1972 released three singles, all recorded at Abbey Road Studios in Europe. They later recorded a full length album with their older brother, George, which would be their first experience in the recording studio. The sessions, done at Albert Studios in Australia, date from early-1973.
"It was the first thing Malcolm and Angus did before AC/DC," George Young told Classic Rock Magazine. "We didn't take it very seriously so we thought we'd include them to give them an idea of what recording was all about."
Tales Of Old Grand-Daddy will be reissued on June 2 on CD, vinyl and digital download.
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