Up There, Cazaly, The channel 7 promo(1979) Composed by The Two Man Band (Mike Brady & Peter Sullivan.) The song was recorded in 1979, intended as a promotion for Channel Seven's Australian Rules Football (VFL) coverage. The popularity of the jingle led to the release as a single. It reached #1 in the Australian charts in September 1979 and was the most popular single recorded by an Australian artist that year. Since then it has entered Australian folklore as a song synonymous with the sport of Australian Rules Football. Roy Cazaly was a champion footballer making his VFL debut for St Kilda in 1911 & was noted for his high-flying marks. Roy Cazaly played 99 games for St. Kilda and during those 99 games he kicked 38 goals he then moved to North Melbourne where he also played 99 games and during those 99 games he kicked 129 goals so during his career as a AFL player he played 198 games and kicked 167 goals.