Steve Kilbey & Martin Kennedy | You Are Everything

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You Are Everything

by Steve Kilbey & Martin Kennedy

Influenced by Low/Bowie/Eno, this is an album of intensity, brilliance, darkness and light. Turbulent, disturbed, yet lovely. From Steve Kilbey (The Church/Under The Milky Way) & Martin Kennedy (ambient instrumentalists All India Radio)
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Wouldn't Know
4:05 album only
2. Everyone
3:56 album only
3. Lorelei
3:53 album only
4. Knowing You Are in This World
4:39 album only
5. I Find
4:29 album only
6. East Side West Side
4:12 album only
7. A Better Day
3:43 album only
8. All the World
4:29 album only
9. Brother Moon Sister Sun
3:42 album only
10. Can't Get Free
4:26 album only
11. Finale
4:20 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
You Are Everything is the new album from Steve Kilbey of iconic Aussie space rockers The Church and writer of the classic Under The Milky Way and Martin Kennedy of ambient instrumentalists All India Radio. The album completes a critically acclaimed trilogy that began in 2009 with Unseen Music Unheard Words followed by White Magic in 2011.

The reviews are pouring in:

“Pink Floyd’s Meddle and Brian Eno’s Another Green World are some of the signposts that could lead here. Yet one of the reasons we are still interested after all these years is that a Kilbey record, in this case a Kilbey/Kennedy record, sounds just like that rather than anyone else.” – Album Of The Week, Brisbane Courier Mail
“This is a record of often intricate interlaced layers. Sometimes you can see where they overlap, but often it’s just a liquid whole” - themusic.com.au
“The whole set had a dream like quality to it and with every song, it seemed like the acid trip was getting stronger and the whole crowd were floating on the same pink cloud together.” -thedwarf.com.au
"I Wouldn't Know" affirms the duo's ability to craft lush, affecting, and ethereal sonic panoramas; the animated, composited imagery, where the earthly realm and the outer space converge, beautifully encapsulates the aura of the song.” – Prefix mag

“You Are Everything represents a new milestone in both of these musicians’ careers and is the culmination of a very successful partnership” - Make Your Own Taste

“It’s an abstract work where lightness and shadows collide to make something rather mysterious.” – tonedeaf.com.au

“The resulting songs often sing like classic Kilbey – swap out Kennedy’s plush synth beds for guitars and the wafting “Brother Moon Sister Sun,” the jangly “I Wouldn’t Know” and the shimmering “All the World” could be Church songs.” – The Big Takeover

“There’s enough substance here to last any serious music fan a very long time” - Dave DiMartino, Yahoo Music

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Brien Comerford

Kilbey and Kennedy Flourish Again !
Steve Kilbey is not only a great vocalist and lyricist, he's also arguably the most eclectic rock and roll singer. Martin Kennedy provides anmient and ethereal music soundscapes that enable Kilbey's resonate voice to assuage the pysche in an edifying manner. Steve Kilbey now has recorded three musical treasures with the masterful musical magic of Martin Kennedy. Kilbey's two Isidore CDs with Jeffrey Cain are other worldly and nonpareil. And last but not lead he is fronman and lead vocalist of the Church. Many in the Know think that the Church has been the greatest band in the world for the last tweny five years. Plaudits for Steven John Kilbey.
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