The Twilights

Twilights, TheFrom: Australia

The Twilights are considered to be one of the better bands to come out of Australia in the 1960s. The band played harmony-driven British Invasion-styled rock, resembling the likes of the Hollies. The Twilights played mostly compositions written by guitarist Terry Britten, recording over a dozen singles, along with a couple of albums, between 1965-68. A few of their singles became big hits in Australia, and like many other bands from the country, the Twilights began to travel England in an attempt to become famous on an international scale. While in London, the Twilights were afforded the opportunity to record a few songs with renowned producer/engineer Norman Smith. Unfortunately, the Twilights failed to take off in England and returned to Australia. They were only able to find sporadic success when they returned, and disbanded in 1969.

Artist information includes: an article by Richie Unterberger at

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Tracks played on Psychedelicized…

From the 1968 single Columbia DO-8448

  • Comin’ On Down

From the 1968 single Columbia DO-8602

  • Lotus

From the 1968 album Once Upon A Twilight

  • Bessemae
  • Blue Roundabout
  • Found To Be Thrown Away
  • Take Action
  • What A Silly Thing To Do