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VA - Cannot Buy My Soul (The Songs Of Kev Carmody) (Expanded Reissue) (2007/2020)

Posted By: delpotro
VA - Cannot Buy My Soul (The Songs Of Kev Carmody) (Expanded Reissue) (2007/2020)

VA - Cannot Buy My Soul (The Songs Of Kev Carmody) (Expanded Reissue) (2007/2020)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) - 1,19 Gb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 463 Mb | Covers included | 03:17:27
Pop, Folk, Rock | Label: EMI Records

EMI Recorded Music Australia announces the re-release of the seminal Kev Carmody tribute album Cannot Buy My Soul. The 2020 edition comes with new recordings of Carmody's songs and is ageless contribution to the BLM movement celebrating Indigenous song writing and featuring new recordings from artists such as Courtney Barnett, Kasey Chambers & Jimmy Barnes, Mo'Ju & Birdz (produced by Trials), Kate Miller-Heidke, Alice Skye and Electric Fields.

Kev Carmody & VA - Cannot Buy My Soul: The Songs of Kev Carmody (2007) 2CDs [Re-Up]

Posted By: Designol
Kev Carmody & VA - Cannot Buy My Soul: The Songs of Kev Carmody (2007) 2CDs [Re-Up]

Kev Carmody & VA - Cannot Buy My Soul: The Songs of Kev Carmody (2007) 2CDs
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 892 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 326 Mb | Scans ~ 101 Mb
Label: EMI | # 0946 77741 2 0 | Time: 02:22:41
Singer/Songwriter, Folk, Country, Pop, Rock

Kev Carmody is not only one of the most respected singer/songwriters in the country, but also one of Aboriginal Australia's most visible ambassadors. This release will be packaged as a 2-disc album, the first disc featuring some of Australia's finest singers/songwriters paying tribute to the highly respected & admired Kev Carmody, and the second containing Carmody's original versions. The high calibre of artists featured - Bernard Fanning, The Herd, Tex Perkins, The Waifs, Missy Higgins, Augie March, Clare Bowditch, The John Butler Trio and many more) is testament to the level of respect shared amongst the Australian musical community, and also the impact that Kev has had on Australian music. The album was put together & recorded throughout 2006 by Paul Kelly, who describes Kev Carmody's body of work as one of our "great cultural treasures, incorporating oral history, the ongoing hurt of dispossession and the healing power of nature…influential and highly regarded in all corners of the country".