Flame Trees

Album: Twentieth Century (1984)
  • According to the band's official website, Don Walker's inspiration for the song was a combination of his memories of Grafton where he had lived as a youth, and of his romantic dreams. >>
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    Duane - Adelaide, Australia

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  • Ian James Watson from West End, Australiai am led to beleive steve prestwich had already left the band and a stand in drummer ( ray arnott ? ) was used.
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