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John Farnham Jimmy Barnes - When The War Is Over - Live 1988

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Published on Oct 19, 2008

Great live version of the classic Cold Chisel song from The Melbourne Music Show 1988. Barnsey hits a shocking note in there but it's still a ripping live performance. You can almost hear Farnham's monitors screaming when Barnsey kicks in.

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kiersey
Lets acknowledge the great muso who wrote the song. Steve Prestwich, RIP.
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Paul
might not be born here in the great southern land, but they are still the greatest musical icons we have ever produced.
MrAussieTez
ok fine Jimmy hits one shit note. But jimmy is jimmy and he leaves nothing behind, not to mention he looks OFF HITS TITS! I love this!
supermum07
John's voice is superior vocally but I love them both!!
Akita
Nice when Jimmy sings instead of screams!!
Kym Listing
A Pom and a Scott equals 2 Australian Legends
warren pilcher
LEGEND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Fred Dag
W#hat an abortion of a rendition of a song jimmy only sounds good in a recording studio when it has been dubbed to death his voice is absolute shit how far do u think he would get on X factor ? not even, it's only peoples memories of the songs and of him singing them back in the old days that gets him by other wise FUCK OFF.
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Jon Fitzpatric
two Adelaide boys
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Nicole O'Keane
Love how John is so confident in his back up singers to let them go for it & then just hand over to Jimmy.  Two fantastic Aussie artists doing a great Aussie iconic song.  But Jimmy could ease up on the screaming - even though this is still in the era when he could sing if he chose to.
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