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Clutching At Straws

by Keith Glass & Mick Hamilton

Australian rock/country icons pool their talents in a stunning contemporary folk/country singer/songwriter effort that offers incisive songs, loads of acoustic instrument interplay (and the occasional electric) with harmonious, seamless vocals.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. The State Of Love
3:35 album only
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2. The Sword and the Cross
3:33 album only
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3. God, Country and My Baby
2:42 album only
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4. People Like That
3:43 album only
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5. Are We There Yet?
3:24 album only
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6. Living A Lie
3:28 album only
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7. I Only Miss Her (When I Think Of Her)
3:49 album only
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8. In Black
4:09 album only
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9. Gone But Not Forgotten
3:52 album only
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10. Do What You Gotta Do
2:58 album only
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11. Cold and Lonely Trail
2:44 album only
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12. Look Away Now
4:33 album only
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13. Takeaway Love
2:33 album only
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14. The Sword and the Cross (Live acoustic version)
3:29 album only
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15. Clutching At Straws
1:57 album only
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16. Bonus
0:16 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Since meeting on their first day at Brighton High School, Melbourne, Australia in 1958,Keith and Mick's musical paths went separate ways for a few decades until coming together again in the early 90's.
Then in company with another long term cohort,they came up with three albums under the collective moniker of Glass,Hamilton,Young.
Following that they collaborated on three solo releases by Keith,and one by Mick.
They also found the time(and the lack of taste) to be responsible for "True Blue Aussie Christmas" with The Dimmer Twins.
Finally they have produced an album as a duo, the songs representing their current live performances.
Several of these fall into the loose category of "protest songs" indicating an increasing level of concern about the direction in which our world seems to be heading.
Joining the duo on various tracks are Melbourne based musicians Terry Dean (Dobro), Garry Carruthers (banjo), Paul Gadsby (bass) and Peter Luscombe (drums)

1. The State of Love.(MickHamilton /Idris Jones)
2 .The Sword and the Cross.(Mick Hamilton/Keith Glass)
3. God,Country and My Baby.(Dolan/Holiday)
4. People Like That.(Mick Hamilton)
5. Are We There Yet?(Keith Glass/Mick Hamilton)
6. Living A Lie.(Keith Glass)
7. I Only Miss Her[When I Think Of Her].(Mick Hamilton/Keith Glass)
8. In Black.(Keith Glass/Mick Hamilton)
9 .Gone But Not Forgotten.(Mick Hamilton/Keith Glass)
10.Do What You Gotta Do.(Jimmy Webb)
11.Cold and Lonely Trail.(Keith Glass)
12.Look Away Now.(Keith Glass/MickHamilton)
13.Takeaway Love.(Mick Hamilton/Idris Jones)
14.The Sword and the Cross.[Live acoustic version](Mick Hamilton/Keith Glass)
15.Clutching At Straws.(Jim Colbert/Mick Hamilton/Keith Glass)

Key Points.
* Keith Glass & Mick Hamilton will be promoting the album at gigs on the East Coast of Australia and Deep South of the USA through the remainder of 2003
* Will be launched on national radio 'Saturday Night Country' ABC network, early July.
* Feature article CN (Capital News) Magazine in July.
* First single 'The State Of Love' being distributed to radio and media.
* 'Sword & The Cross' was the winner of the Port Fairy Folk Festival 'Song Of Tolerance' 2001 - this is the first released recording of the song.

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Mykl Lozin

Excellent songwriting
An excellent album with wonderfully crafted songwriting that brings out all the talent even more of the players.
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