Dragon: Are You Old Enough (1978) — around Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, including the now-gone behaviour of riding the running board on a tram, and a Silvertop taxi back when they really did have a silver top.
John Paul Young: Yesterday’s Hero (1975) — around Swanston Street
Paul Kelly: Leaps and Bounds — mostly the Nylex sign, of course
Everyone knows this one… AC/DC: It’s A Long Way To The Top (1975) — Swanston Street again
More recent… The Living End: All
Town Torn Down (1998) — various spots, including Citylink and Parliament station
What others are out there?
Suggested by Scott: Skyhooks — This is my City (1976) (sorry, can’t embed)
And of course I should have thought of this obvious one: The Whitlams — Melbourne (1997):
The best question: What ever happened to the characters in To Her Door?
Paul came up with an eloquent, almost poetic answer, the gist of which was he thought the people in How To Make Gravy were probably the same people.
And perhaps the bloke in Love Never Runs On Time, as well.
For a theatre full of people very familiar with the music, it made a great answer.