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Tenacity

by Greg Windred

Tenacity is an album journey personal and universal, from the search for place and purpose (Tenacity, Home, To The Sea, Holy Water) through the dusty plains and environmental battlefields of Greg’s native Australia (Hot Wind, The Demon Fault). This album weaves from unhurried ambience to furious abandon, through a bed of alt country-folk to swampy blues-rock, touching occasionally on the psychedelic.
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1. Hot Wind
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2. Tenacity
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3. Emily Bollard
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4. Home
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5. To the Sea
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6. Holy Water
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7. Goodnight Debbie
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8. The Demon Fault
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9. Suicide (I'm Not Into)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Tenacity continues where Greg’s 2013 album, Drought And War, left off, on a roller coaster journey of struggle and resilience. Of journeys personal and universal, from the search for place and purpose (Tenacity, Home, To The Sea, Holy Water) through the dusty plains and environmental battlefields of his native Australia (Hot Wind, The Demon Fault) back to the grounding of family (Goodnight Debbie – a song for his daughter). Finally, Greg has given air to a topic which is, in many respects understandably, not discussed broadly in a society where it is reaching plague proportions - suicide (Emily Bollard, Suicide).

This album weaves from unhurried ambience to furious abandon, through a bed of alt country-folk to swampy blues-rock, touching occasionally on the psychedelic.

Recorded during the second half of 2018 in Armidale and Camden NSW, initially live tracked (captured by engineer, Martin Hansford) with rhythm section Steve Harris (drums) and Mick Houlahan (bass), then layered with guitar and vocal tracks, which were engineered and mixed by Dean Bennison, who also contributed keyboards.

Mastered by John Cobbin (Moonlight Studios), with album artwork by Julie Windred and layout by Simon Mellor.


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