AOTW Paul Kelly and the Messengers UNDER THE SUN (A&M SP 5207)

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  1. LPJim

    LPJim Well-Known Member Moderator Thread Starter

    A1 Dumb ThingsHarmonica – Chris Wilson (6)Producer – Martin ArmigerRemix – Scott LittRemix [Assisted By] – Bob Yogt*Saxophone [Tenor] – Chris Coyne 2:41
    A2 Same Old WalkSaxophone [Baritone] – Chris Wilson (6)Saxophone [Tenor] – Chris Coyne 4:14
    A3 Big HeartGuitar [Pedal Steel] – Lucky Oceans 3:31
    A4 Don't Stand So Close To The WindowGuitar [Pedal Steel] – Lucky OceansTin Whistle – Steven Miller (2)Vocals – Jessica KennyWritten-By – McGregor*, Kelly* 2:33
    A5 Forty Miles To Saturday NightRemix – Scott LittRemix [Assisted By] – Bob Yogt*Vocals [Bass] – Chris Wilson (6) 3:14
    A6 Untouchable 2:05
    A7 Know Your FriendsSaxophone [Tenor] – Joe Camileri* 3:42
    B1 To Her DoorGuitar [Pedal Steel] – Lucky OceansRemix – Scott LittRemix [Assisted By] – Bob Yogt* 3:20
    B2 Under The SunSaxophone [Baritone] – Chris Wilson (6)Saxophone [Tenor] – Chris Coyne 4:21
    B3 Desdemona 3:53
    B4 Happy SlaveBanjo – Ian Simpson 2:29
    B5 Crosstown 2:24
    B6 Little Decisions 3:43
    B7 Bicentennial 3:04
    Companies, etc.
    Credits

    Recorded and mixed at Alberts and Trafalgar Studios, Sydney except "Little Decisions" recorded at Platinum Studio, Melbourne, mixed at Trafalgar Studios, Sydney, Australia.
    "Dumb Things", "To Her Door" and "Saturday Night" remixed at A&M Recording Studios, U.S.A.

    Released 1988 & available on CD


    JB
     
  2. Brian

    Brian Well-Known Member

    'To Her Door' is an anthem in Australia. One from The Great Australian Song Book.

    My favourite Paul Kelly song is the version of 'Randwick Bells' by Jimmy Little, (an Aboriginal Australian artist), from his award-winning album, 'Messenger'.

    A lot of Kelly's songs are too simplistic for my taste - simple, obvious rhymes, for example. Still, using simple rhyming techniques didn't stop Bob Dylan from winning the Nobel Prize for Literature.
     

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