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Ricky Harrison | Birrark

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Easy Listening: Soft Rock Reggae: Reggae rock Moods: Mood: Seasonal
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by Ricky Harrison

This album blends rock/reggae/country/punk into a unique, and powerful musical experience for listeners. The urban poet assigns the challenges of the mystical, social and spiritual realms to verse. No Fixed Address fans will enjoy this offering.
Genre: Easy Listening: Soft Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Time Before Me
4:30 $2.99
2. Summertime
5:35 $2.99
3. Kabi Woman
4:15 $2.99
4. Out of My Mind
3:33 $2.99
5. Darkness of Day
4:42 $2.99
6. Rebel 68
4:36 $2.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
My solo album ‘Birrark’ came about after ‘No Fixed Address’ took a break from the pressures of touring in November 2018. 2 of the songs ‘Summertime’ and the title track, were originally part of what was to be on a No Fixed Address album.

My original tunes provided listeners with a different songwriting style to No Fixed Address and other indigenous artists.

No Fixed Address wasn’t just a reggae band they also wrote original country rock, blues and punk and many of the band songs were commercially orientated.

The album very much the other side of my writings and music, and is an experience for listeners, and showcases the diverse nature of my songs. The mystical, the rebellious, and intimate experience of a country/rock/reggae album.

The EP out on the 12th Nov, and is about the rejuvenation of Gunai/Kurnai music in Gippsland. Its about the creation of songs that inspire and encourage spiritual growth in the music industry. The album ‘Birrark’, to become, one must know ones own mind, understand the virtues of wisdom. Minds can be deceptive through the interpretation of the norm, sometimes its not in the words of a song, but in the psyche of an audience, where the connection is made. Consciousness lives on forever, like Gwarnnmurrung, like lightning in the sky.



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