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Hunters & Collectors are an Australian rock music band formed in 1981. Fronted by founding mainstay, singer-songwriter and guitarist Mark Seymour, they developed a blend of pub rock and art-funk. Other mainstays are John Archer on bass guitar, Doug Falconer on drums and percussion. Soon after forming they were joined by Jack Howard on trumpet and keyboards, Jeremy Smith on French horn, guitars and keyboards, and Michael Waters on trombone and keyboards. Also acknowledged as a founder was engineer and art designer Robert Miles. Joining in 1988, Barry Palmer, on lead guitar, remained until they disbanded in 1998. The group reformed in 2013 with the 1998 line-up.
Originally Hunters & Collectors were influenced by Krautrock and productions of Conny Plank, featuring strong percussive influences, noisy guitar, and driving bass lines. Their sound was in the vein of the Talking Heads album, Remain in Light (1980). Hunters & Collectors utilised Plank to produce two of their early albums, The Fireman's Curse (1983) and The Jaws of Life (1984), but neither charted into the Top 50 of the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart. Their first Top 10 album, Human Frailty (1986), also featured their logo, a H & C symbol, where the "&" consists of twin snakes entwined around a hunting knife, a variation of a caduceus. Later Top 10 studio albums were Ghost Nation (1989), Cut (1992), and Demon Flower (1994). Their hit singles were "Talking to a Stranger" (1982), "Throw Your Arms Around Me" (1984), "Say Goodbye" (1986), "When the River Runs Dry" (1989), "True Tears of Joy" (1992), and "Holy Grail" (1993). They became one of the best live acts in Australia and according to musicologist, Ian McFarlane, their "great achievement was to lay bare human emotions in the intensely ritualistic milieu of the pub-rock gig".
Henry Big Boy 44MAG/SPL Silver - Model H006S This is a ONE of ONE Exhibition Grade Rifle With Beautiful Walnut Highly Figured Wood, Silver Receiver With 24 Carot Gold Engraving. Henry made one rifle for Idaho, this is the first, only and last rifle ever like this. It is unfired of course and...
Rare scarce 1955 s&w model K32 target masterpiece in 32long. 1 of 3600 ever made. All matching numbers grips, Cylinder, barrel. Overall great cond $1500. If your not familiar with them check prices on line there are selling for $2000+ if interested your welcome to call or text 50.9-46-0-35.92...
10/22 Collectors Series, comes with the factor ghost rings and picatinny rail. Will include 1x 10 round mag, 2x butler creek mags(clear with steel lips), and one federal bulk pack 525rds.
$150 no trades.
Will include Bushnell trs-25 for an extra $20. Thanks.
I’m selling three more of my Mosin Nagants, each of which is completely all stamped matching and in a extraordinarily great condition. Two rifles are M91/30s and one is an M44.
RARE! One M91/30 has its STAMPED MATCHING BAYONET. The other has a non matching bayonet.
1937 M91/30, a really nice...
I was digging through my rimfire ammo stash, and stumbled across something I forgot I had. It's a 175th Anniversary commemorative tin with 325 rds. of high velocity .22 LR in it. Nice looking collector's tin, Remington green, of course, and is also in the original box. BTW, their 175th...
That time again for the Oregon Arms Collectors gun show at the old armory at the Portland Air Base! Best collectible arms show in Oregon! 7:00 a.m. to noon Sunday! $3 entry, and free parking. Non profit collector's group, with neat guns and accessories for sale or trade!
Willamette Valley Arms Collectors annual collectors show this week end March 16 & 17 at the Lane County Fairgrounds in Eugene in the big main building. Free parking and lots of trade tables along with some first rate displays. A true collectors show with friendly collectors that are very...
Yep, it that time of the year again and the Washington Arms Collectors Gunshow is being held in Puyallup at the Fairgrounds. Just talked to my Bride and she said it looks like it's going to be a well attended Gunshow in the Pavilion. We'll be in the upstairs with lots of our friends. Barney...
OAC's February show will be the 24th, this Sunday. Still the best bargain around in gun shows at $3 entry, or free if you're a member. Free parking too!The show is mostly collector arms, and used firearms. No new firearms dealers, but a very nice little monthly NRA affiliated collector gun show...
Looking to trade for colt john wayne 7.5 nickel or similar for this rare little rifle. A friend (when much younger) shot out the street lights and was given an escort home by the police. Mom took the gun, wrapped it in a blanket and placed in a chest. It never saw daylight until the Mom passed...
Oregon Arms Collectors Gun Show August 11th & 12th
Antique and Collectible Arms Show
Saturday, Aug. 11th 9am - 5pm
Sunday, Aug. 12th 9am - 3pm
Airport Holiday Inn, 8439 NE Columbia Blvd. Portland, OR
200 Tables, Admission $8.00, Free Parking with Ticket Validation at Show
OAC, established in...
This coming week end Saturday March 17th & Sunday March 18th at the Lane County Fairgrounds Events Center in Eugene will be the location of a genuine Gun Show with 230 tables of collections on display plus buy-sell-trade tables. Come and see firearms you won't normally see anywhere else. It is...
Not really sure what any of this is worth. It is still usable powder too if interested. Roughly 2 pounds of old Hodgdon 4831, maybe half a pound of older Hercules Blue Dot, and close to a pound of older Winchester WST.
I’ll say $20 for the lot.
Trade for similar value.