The Australian Road Crew Association’s (ARCA) Desk Tape Series has released its latest edition, featuring Paul Marks live at The Christchurch Folk Club in 1968.
The legendary Australian and New Zealand folk, jazz and blues performer is the 23rd act to throw their support behind the Series.
The recordings were made off the sound desk by a crew member, in this case taped on reel-to-reel by the late New Zealand folk performer and producer, Phil Garland, and donated to Desk Tapes by Paul Mark’s stepson Simon Glozier of Glozier Audio in Bendigo.
ARCA Desk Tape Series was created to raise funds and resources for Support Act’s Roadies Fund to provide financial, health, counselling and wellbeing services for roadies and crew in crisis.
The latest tapes are available now on ARCA’s Black Box Records through MGM Distribution and on all major streaming services. Check out the latest recording here.