Ted Mulry first came to the attention of the music industry when he sent a demo of some of his own compositions to Albert Productions
in Sydney. The company persuaded him to become a recording artist and
he soon rose to fame as a solo singer/songwriter with his own
composition, the pop ballad "Julia", which made the Australian charts in
1970. He followed that with "Falling in Love Again", a song by The Easybeats songwriting team Harry Vanda & George Young, which was a major hit in 1971.
Mulry was a prolific songwriter, and a number of bands and artists, including John Farnham and Alison MacCallum, recorded his songs. Most notably, rock band Sherbet
had a hit with his song, "You're All Woman". He travelled to England in
1972 and recorded a single there under the name Steve Ryder but
returned to Australia soon after. During his time as a solo artist he
released two albums, Falling in Love Again and I Won't Look Back.
This album is a typical late sixties/early seventies pop production and it found success with some single hits. I love this kind of music and maybe you do, too.