Kev Carmody - Pillars Of Society album flac
Title: Pillars Of Society
Style: Country, Folk
MP3 album: 1302 mb
FLAC album: 1458 mb
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Genre: Folk and Country
Thou Shalt Not Steal’ is the fifth track from Kev Carmody’s debt album ‘Pillars of Society’ released in 1989. Carmody draws attention to the hypocrisy of British settlers who brought Christianity to indigenous Australians, including the commandment prohibiting theft, and yet took the land that the Aboriginal people had inhabited for more than 60,000 years. What have the artists said about the song? That first album was acoustic because we didn’t have enough money for anything else, but as I went on, I was always exploring sound
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Pillars of Society 1988. Children of the Gurindji. Sara Storer & Kev Carmody 2010. River of Fearz (feat. Thou Shalt Not Steal. Pillars of Society 1988. Shelagh Hannan, Kev Carmody). Giorgos Xylouris 2012. See All. About Kev Carmody. Carmody's most successful album, Bloodlines, included the historical ballad "From Little Things Big Things Grow," about the land rights struggle of the Gurindji people of Australia's Northern Territory. Co-written with Paul Kelly, the song was featured in an episode of an SBS television documentary, Bloodbrothers which examined Carmody and his music. The album also included, "Freedom," which was also released as a fund-raising single for Community Aid Abroad.
His first album, Pillars Of Society, was recorded to coincide with the bicentenary of 1988, by which time he was 42. It was a radical release, hailed at the time by critic Bruce Elder as the best album ever released by an Aboriginal musician and arguably the best protest album ever made in Australia. Rolling Stone journalist Bruce Elder described Kev Carmody’s Pillars Of Society as arguably the best protest album ever made in Australia. Photograph: Tony Mott.
Kev Carmody grew up on the Western Darling Downs area of Southern Queensland. His early childhood was simple but happy, mixing mostly with stockmen, drovers, fencers, ring-barkers and timber-getters. His family, although poor lived largely off the land growing vegetables near the small three roomed ant-bed floored hut and hunting and catching everything from kangaroos to fish.
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Pillars of Society (1989). Eulogy (for a Black Person) (1991). Kevin Daniel "Kev" Carmody (born 1946 in Cairns, Queensland) is an Indigenous Australian singer-songwriter. His song "From Little Things Big Things Grow" was recorded with co-writer Paul Kelly for their 1993 single; it was covered by the Get Up Mob (including guest vocals by both Carmody and Kelly) in 2008 and peaked at number four on the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) singles charts. On 27 August 2009, Carmody was inducted into the Australian Recording Industry
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