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Released as a single by a legend to celebrate a legend, coinciding with
Dylan’s 2018 tour of Australia. From the forthcoming album Citizen John.
The first single from Tracy’s forthcoming album due out early in 2019 and a perfect
example of her Canadian-Australian hybrid sound. Is it Canadiana? Her band also
features Dan Parsons who had his own great album out in 2018.
3. Crescent Lagoon
From Rain Lover, one of your favourite albums of 2018. This eight-piece Brisbane
band has been around for 18 years and sound better than ever.
The ABC called them ‘the best Queensland band of all time.’
4. Hyde Park Hotel
From the wonderful album Jim Salmon’s Lament. Here is a gem from one of our best
songwriters and singers who writes poetically about the life around him.
Perry grew up in the inner city working class area of Sydney known as
Redfern and his songs reflect this.
5. Love or Money
Bennett Bowtell & Urquhart
From Weeds. Multi-Golden Guitar Award winners, this outstanding trio is also
nominated twice this year. Three unique voices, three strong personalities,
three respected songwriters.
From The Guilty & The Innocent, the latest album from this Irish
singer/songwriter/poet and author who spends his time between Europe
and his home for many years In Australia.
7. Don’t Leave Your Feet At Home
From the album Voodoo In The Shadows
Boyes is the only Australian musician to be nominated in the Memphis Blues Awards
(twice). From yet another great album from one of our best blues players. Inspired by
her time in Mississippi.
From Chris Wilson, a beautifully rendered collection of originals and interpretations
by one of Australia’s great blues harmonica players and singers.
Charlie Musselwhite is a big fan!
9. This Old Heartache
Tanya Lee Davies & Matt Walker
From The Duetting Damsel.
This fine singer has teamed up with a bevy of great locals including Andy Baylor,
Stephen Cummings, Steve Lucas, Benny Peters, Dom Mariani, Robert Susz and on
this selection, Matt Walker.
10. Ride On
Matt Joe Gow
From Break, Rattle & Roll. Having lived in New Zealand, England, Canada and Austria,
Matt brings experience delivered in his characteristic baritone. The album features
guest spots from popular Melbourne acts The Weeping Willows and Gretta Ziller.
1. Like A Dog Upon A Bone
Freya Josephine Hollick
(Blind Date Records) From Feral Fusion. After an acclaimed album, Hollick, heads to
Joshua Tree to record a new album with members of Buick 6, Lucinda Williams’ band.
Collard Greens & Gravy
From Luedella, the album that won the Best Blues Album award
at last November’s Age/Music Victoria Awards. One of Australia’s
most respected blues outfits scores again!
3. Good As Gold
(Blind Date Records) The first song O’Hanlon has unleashed on the world since 2015.
Recorded in a backyard studio in Melbourne early in 2018. Featuring Dave Folley on
drums, Craig Kelly on bass and producer, Michael Hubbard, on guitar (Eagle & The
Worm, Sean McMahon & the Moon Men, Ben Mastwyk).
4. They Don’t Let The Girls In The Game
From The Asphalt & The Oval, which won The Age/Music Victoria Award as Best Folk
or Roots Album. Nominated for Best New Talent at the 2017 Golden Guitar awards,
Michael Waugh gives a profound new voice to the Australian experience.
5. Out Of My League
From Inner North. Canteri lives for the music, primarily as a solo artist but also with
a rich history of collaboration with other bands and songwriters. The latest album is
produced by Jeff Lang and features all originals by Cat and co-writers.
6. Skeleton Kiss
From Sovereign Town. Geoff is an internationally renowned, award winning
blues-roots artist. His latest album was recorded in Ballarat and inspired by the
history of the famus goldfields. There’s plenty of gold on the album too.
7. Boom Town
From Boom Town. ‘Steel City Sue’ recorded her latest album in the US,
at Mike West’s studio, The 9th Ward Pickin’ Parlor, in Lawrence, Kansas.
It’s ‘full of classy fiddle and banjo licks.’
8. Rebel Alone
From No Wonder The World Is Exhausted. The former Delta Lions member shows
himself to be a deft and poetic lyricist. Now based in the Hunter Valley, and in
possession of an assured debut album, the songwriter asserts “there’s no overall
theme to the record”. Leece emerges as a soulful realist with a social conscience.
9. Yonder Comes The Sun
Tristen Bird & Scarlett Mitchell
From Yonder Comes The Sun. Bird journeyed to Fame studios in Muscle Shoals and
also Sam Phillips Recording Service in Memphis. In Nashville he caught the attention
of major Nashville producer, Matt Andrews, right hand man to Gillian Welch and
David Rawlings, mixed the remainder of the album at the famed Woodland Sound
10. Show Me The Way
(Blind Date Records). Across five albums to date, including recordings with outfits
Downhills Home, Western Union and The Moonmen, Sean McMahon has traversed a
musical landscape from densely textured alt-country through to an eclectic blend of
folk, blues, ‘cosmic’ country and rock and roll.
Happy New Year!
What a way to start a New Year! Welcome to our second Rhythms Sampler. Twenty great tracks of wax (almost).
Available exclusively to subscribers of Rhythms and only until February 28, 2019.
If you are not a member of the Rhythms family then go rhythms.com.au/subscribe and join us.
Thank you to all the musicians who made their songs available. Thank you also to the record labels.
Thank you also to the subscribers who have made this possible.
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1. Like A Dog Upon A Bone - FreyaJosephine Hollick
2. Boogie - Collard Greens & Gravy
3.Good As Gold - Ayleen O’Hanlon
4. They Don’t Let The Girls In The Game - Michael Waugh
5.OutOf My League - CatCanteri
6. Skeleton Kiss - Geoff Achison
7. Boom Town - Su Morley
8. Rebel Alone - Ben Leece
9. Yonder Comes The Sun - Tristen Bird & Scarlett Mitchell
10.Show Me The Way - Sean McMahon
1. Silvio - BlackSorrows
2. Stars - Tracy McNeil
3. Crescent Lagoon - Halfway
4. Hyde Park Hotel - Perry Keyes
5. Love or Money - Bennett Bowtell &Urquhart
6. Dignity - Andy White
7. Don’t Leave Your Feet At Homes - Fiona Boyes
8. Discuss - Chris Wilson
9. This Old Heartache - Tanya Lee Davies & Matt Walker
10. Ride On - Matt Joe Gow
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