Message Stick was also good last night

13 Feb

A good episode, Kev Carmody: Cannot Buy My Soul: Well-known Australian singer/songwriter, Paul Kelly has brought together the crème of the Australian Music Industry to record the songs of Aboriginal singer/songwriter, Kev Carmody, as part of a tribute album to a man who’s been called among other things the “Black Bob Dylan”.

Here’s a reminder:

The story behind that song is here.

Not totally unrelated, you may get a PDF of the latest South Sydney Herald here for the view from Surry Hills, Redfern and Waterloo. There is much Indigenous news therein. It also happens to be a South Sydney Uniting Church project, but unlike any church paper you’ve ever seen.

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Posted by on February 13, 2007 in Aussie interest, Cultural and other, Faith and philosophy, Films, DVDs, TV, Indigenous Australians, Multiculturalism and diversity, OzLit, poets and poetry, Surry Hills


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