Salty were a four piece rock band from Adelaide between 1977 & 1981 They played both electric and acoustic sets, and were a feature at many of the events that were being organised at the time.
The band members were: Rob Linn - Guitars and Vocal Richard Giles - Keyboard, Guitars and Vocal Graham Paull - Bass and Vocal Andrew Tanner - Drums, Acoustic Guitar, Vocal
(Put Us) On The Track Again How Do You Sleep Don’t Run Away On and On Train Song Fly Away
Yeah That’s Me! I’m Gone Thank God For the Fool Come to See The One Way One Day Give it Away
Catalogue Number 7707S Recorded Sept 77 - March 78 Engineered by Chris Adams and Produced by Rod Boucher
The second album “Lay It On the Son” followed shortly after, and it’s not surprising really, because the band brimmed over with talented songwriters. Every member of the band was a contributor in that area. Often the songs were collaborations; other times, the compositions were solo efforts.
Catalogue Number 7809S Recorded Nov 77 - March 78 Engineered by Chris Adams and Produced by Rod Boucher
You Know It Just Aint Funny Haze Over The City Only Shadows Know Doin’ It God is With Us
Giving It All to God Lay It On The Son It Takes You Running With Jesus Thread Through All Eternity
LAY IT ON THE SON
The band’s final album was a collection of their acoustic material, and it was full of fun and character, much like the band. So well known were the boys, that they could be identified by their facial hair and teeth!
Catalogue Number 7818S Recorded in May 1979 Engineered by Chris Adams Produced by Rod Boucher and Chris Adams
Bird On The Wing Southern Cross Country Scramble Can’t Keep a Good Man Down Take Me Like I Am
Circle of Love Takin’ Time Bohemian Tango Horses We Take Ya Money