Tom E. Lewis - Beneath The Sun mp3 album
Beneath The Sun by Tom E. Lewis, released 01 January 2013 1. Angels 2. Can't Change Your Name 3. Crows 4. Blue Shirt 5. Can't Make It On My Own 6. Come Take My Tides 7. Open Road 8. Time Will Tell 9. That Girl 10. Cherie L'Amour 11. Reckless 12. Unfallen Rain Tom E. Lewis from Ngukurr in the Northern Territory, '70s star of 'The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith' turned 80's stage and screen actor and world-travelling jazz-didge virtuoso of the '90s, returns with a deeply personal and quintessentially Australian album. With themes of identity, murder, love and respect, the album refuses to be classified, creating soundscapes reminiscent of Tom Waits, Johnny Cash and Wilco to deliver an honest reflection of modern Australia, in an album that showcases Lewis’ unique take on melody and storytelling. released January 1, 2013.
Tom E Lewis – Can’t Change Your Name is the first film clip from the album Beneath The Sun Tom E Lewis is Bob Dylan, Nick Cave and Tom Waites rolled into Aboriginal Australia.
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In his debut album Kay Nassef purely expresses one of his life's biggest journeys through sounds, voice, and lyrics. Moving from a corporate/society life to a farm life and being in touch with mother nature has awakened his senses and took him through a phase of enlightenment when he started expressing his feeling in a sound diary for this journey of realizations and awakenings. Inspired by old school electronica and soft rock vocals, this album guides you in thought with its melodic drama, ambience and atmospheric sounds.
September 25, 2017 ·. Candle & Bell added 2 new photos. September 24, 2017 · Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom ·. Congratulations to Saeed Taji Farouky and to Tom E Lewis who won Best Director and Best Actor awards respectively at the Canberra Short Film Festival, for the Candle & Bell produced film "They Live in Forests, They Are Extremely Shy". August 27, 2017 ·. Jeff McMullen.
One Evening in May. Laurie Lewis. Particularly in the beneath-the-radar substreams of American folk music and bluegrass, it is bestowed more by whispered word-of-mouth, over years and decades, than by the hurried hype and ballyhoo of the pop mainstream. You can't measure Laurie Lewis's 30-year career with the usual commercial yardsticks. She has won a Grammy ("True Life Blues: The Songs of Bill Monroe," 1997), and twice been named Female Vocalist of the Year by the IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association).
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|5||I Can't Make It On My Own|
|6||Come Take My Tides|
|8||Time Will Tell|
- Artwork – Carlo Santone
- Bass – Michael Hohnen
- Brass, Reeds – Eugene Ball, Jordan Murray, Tony Hicks
- Drums – Tony Floyd
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar [Nylon String] – Ross Hannaford
- Guitar, Banjo, Dulcimer, Mandolin, Ukulele – Craig Pilkington
- Guitar, Vocals – Tom E. Lewis
- Keyboards, Accordion – Stephen Teakle
- Mixed By, Mastered By – Matthew Cunliffe
- Photography By – Sam Karanikos
- Producer – Michael Hohnen
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Craig Pilkington
- Strings – Erkki Veltheim, Melanie Robinson
- Written-By [Strings And Brass Written By], Arranged By [Strings And Brass Arranged By] – Erkki Veltheim
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