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It had a slight funk influence and an even more polished sound than his previous albums but this proved no barrier to it becoming his fifth consecutive Australian.
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Also in 1993, Barnes teamed up with Tina Turner for a duet version of The Best in the performance promo code form of a TV promotion for rugby league's Winfield Cup.The Platters issued a stream of recordings for Federal Records into 1955 but caught no fish.Collectively known as The Tin Lids (after Glaswegian rhyming-slang for "kids the four Barnes children later recorded three albums of their own.The next album release Freight Train Heart (1987) again featured contributions from a range of US musicians including Huey Lewis, Journey members Randy Jackson and Neal Schon and former Babys and Rod Stewart drummer Tony Brock, who would later accompany Barnes on tour.Like its predecessor, For the Working Class Man debuted on the national chart.Sessions for the final album were spread across different studios as various members refused to work together but at the end of the year The Last Stand farewell tour (with Prestwich back in the band) became the highest-grossing concert series by an Australian band ever.Citation needed The 1993 album Heat saw Barnes return to hard rock.The Platters in visual media.Jimmy Barnes, aO is a, scottish-Australian rock singer and songwriter.The following year he released a version of " Simply The Best " as a duet with Tina Turner that was used as the theme song for that year's Australian Rugby League advertising campaign.Jimmy, barnes was known for the earliest years of his life) was born.In August he became a regular presenter on The Know, a pop culture program on the pay TV channel MAX and has also been a presenter of the Planet Rock program on the Austereo network.By 1980 Cold Chisel was the biggest band in Australia and Barnes had developed a notorious reputation as a hard-drinking wild man who reportedly drank more than two bottles of vodka a day, much of it onstage during performances.He also performed at the closing ceremony of the Sydney Olympics in 2000.
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