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Little Stone

by Kylie Adams-Collier

Colourful Australian songs written about travelling Australia, the people, places, stories, history and love.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Little Stone
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2. Montevideo Maru 1942
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3. On a Sandstone Ridge
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4. Ferry over the Clarence
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5. Best Friend 'round the Block
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6. The Quiet of the Bush Welcomes Me
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7. Younger in Urunga
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8. Tassy Caravan
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9. Backyard Trucking Fire
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10. Moonshine
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11. Widgies and Bodgies
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12. Hook, Line and Sinker
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Totally Biased Fan Review: Kylie Adams-Collier – Little Stone:
At Hats Off in July of 2016, I met a Facebook friend and bought her album at the Post Office Hotel. I kept running into her over the few days of Tamworth’s mid year festival and then I went home and reviewed her album. We chatted on Facebook a fair bit after that, so I must have said something right in the review. I mentioned something like, I am just about to book my train to Tamworth for January (2017) in a post on Facebook and she said, I’ll give you a lift. Kylie and I had one Heck of a trip to Tamworth from Hornsby. We had a whole stash of cds to play but we chatted the whole way and Kylie gave me an in car concert – we never got to hear any of the cds! Some of the songs that are on this album had their first airing on that car trip. Kylie is one of those artists who does a multitude of things….including a radio show every Sunday and a lot of appearances at just about every festival on the East Coast of Australia. Kylie helps out a lot of people. She has made me smile on more than one occasion when it was the last thing that I felt like doing.

Kylie and a bunch of very experienced and talented musicians have put this album together in a very different style to many artists these days. Kylie has a very traditional country music style but with fresh songs and new stories. Every song is very Australian. It mentions an Aussie town or two, an Aussie tradition, a piece of Aussie history, an Aussie character in each song, or at least one or two of the above elements. I am not sure whether there is another artist in Australia who sounds quite like Kylie, she has a very unique style and sound. I guess it is a fusion between folk, hillbilly and bluegrass at times.

Kylie is quite the character. If you have ever listened to her radio show, read her facebook posts of travelled with her to Tamworth, you will know what I mean. Some of her songs have that tongue in cheek, fun approach but many tackle sensitive and important subjects. She is quite the storyteller too and that comes across in her songs which all tell us a tale.

The first rule of writing is “Write about what you know”. Kylie certainly does that with her songwriting, with every song clearly a piece of her heart and mind.

Overseas listeners may get lost with some of the references but they will also learn a thing or two about Australia and Australians. I know how hard Kylie worked to put this album together. The hard work paid off.

Lindsay Waddington: guitars, Bass, Drums, Percussion

Lawrie Minson: Steel, Dobro, Harp, Banjo, Piano Accordion

Hugh Curtis: Fiddle, Mandolin, Guitars, Bass, Strings

Michel Rose: Steel, Guitars, Mandolin

Tony Wagner: Piano, Strings

Rob O’Sullivan: Bass

Kylie Adams-Collier: Backing Vocals

Tyson Colman: Backing Vocals

Produced by Lindsay Waddington

" Great songs, beautifully produced," Cliff Hudson; 2BBBfm & 2Airfm
" What a brilliant piece of work, congratulations on this one!" Lindsay Morris" Fraser Coast fm 107.5
" I love it, I absolutely love it. I really hope you get to number one with this," Marie Wallis; Kempsey Country Music Club president.

Album also available through Kross Kut Records: www.krosskutrecords.com.au and www.kylieadams-collier.com
50 cents from every HARD COPY album sold will be donated to the Papua New Guinea Association of Australia.




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