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Somewhere in a bedroom deep in the U.S.of A – this is the finest songwriting I’ve heard for a long time. Danny has spent a lot of time with Dylan and Waits records with a distinct absence of women in the background. Coincidentally, my two favourite albums for some time are both called ‘We’re All Gunna Die’. The other is by Don Walker .
Australia’s finest songwriter. He just gets better and better but even now is largely overlooked unless the tunes are sung by Jimmy Barnes or Tex Perkins. When he sings himself the result is infinitely better. Try ‘We’re All Gunna Die’. Choice tracks ‘I Am the King’ and ‘Carless In Isa’
I have always loved Greg Walker’s music. His great gift is his ability to pick out the subtleties of a song without stating the obvious. The result is beautiful and fragile. My original ‘Familyman’ recordings were produced by Greg and I in his Coal Cliff shack with a multitrack tape player - while we happily cursed the injustices of the popular music world.
I grew up listening to and loving this music and as a result, it has found a non copyright infringing home in my own song writing. ‘Post’ remains one of the greatest albums ever in my book.
I was led to this music by chance since I rarely listen to the radio. The Empire had mysteriously developed a love for my music and then asked KC to join them on their latest mega tour. That was a great experience and gave us the opportunity to see a really popular band with real live chops and a passionate love of music and performing.
This duo opened for us in Melbourne in May 2006 and blew us all away with some cutting edge synthi-psycho-drama. The live act transports you to that part of a wedding when the bride and groom have gone but the music plays on. It is a struggle not to clap between the tunes lest the ambience be broken.
Their song ‘The Bottomless Hole’ has provided the soundscape for the last couple of King Curly tours.
The first track on her excellent current album features the lyric, “ Her bravery is mistaken for the thrashing in a lake / of a make-believe monster whose photo was a fake”. Later in the song, one of the protagonists will lose three fingers working at the cannery.
World Association for Ruined Piano Studies. This wonderful organisation have been a great help to King Curly in the search for our Doomsday piano photograph. Ross Bolleter and his team have dedicated their time to seeking out, playing and sometimes putting to rest herds of unloved and abandoned pianos the world over.
Jonathan Nix's web-site. Jon created a fantastic animated clip for"FamilyMan" that went on to win several prizes. Studio Nix features work-in-progress, artwork, music and animation - all performed to a standard likely to induce fits of weeping in lesser artists.
I'm not even certain whether this irascible octagenarian is alive or dead.