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Under The Sun

By Paul Kelly

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Paul Kelly remains – after 30-odd years at the forefront of music - Australia’s most treasured songwriter and performer. With sales into the millions, his influence is felt beyond music into areas of social justice, politics and other spheres interwoven into Australian culture. In 2010 UMA proudly welcomes Paul Kelly and looks forward to re-presenting (in this first of three batches) his valued, cherished catalogue; songs that have become unanimous unofficial national anthems.

 

Under The Sun was originally released in December 1987 – again co-produced between Paul himself and Alan Thorne. The album peaked at #19 with the classic singles "To Her Door" peaking at #14 and, "Dumb Things" (given wide popularity after its inclusion in the smash film of the time ‘Yahoo Serious’ peaking at #36 in early 1989.  ‘Bradman’ and ‘Don’t Stand Too Close To The Window’ in particular have become highly cherished gems.

 

Under The Sun is characterised by acoustically bright story songs and character-based tales with unlimited substance and displays Kelly's knack for including history, nostalgia, and life's little lessons in between his guitar playing … cementing him as one of the best storytellers in music.

 

TRACKLISTING


1. "Dumb Things"  - 2:31

2. "Same Old Walk" - 4:08

3. "Big Heart" - 3:22

4. "Don't Stand So Close to the Window"  - 2:35

5. "Forty Miles to Saturday Night" - 3:11

6. "I Don't Remember a Thing" - 2:04

7. "Know Your Friends" - 3:37

8. "To Her Door" - 3:18

9. "Under the Sun" - 4:18

10. "Untouchable" - 2:04

11. "Desdemona" - 2:07

12. "Happy Slave" - 3:46

13. "Crosstown" - 2:30

14. "Bicentennial" - 3:04

15. "Bradman" - 7:26

16. "Pastures of Plenty" - 2:26

Additional Information

Format Vinyl
Release Date 1st November, 2017
Cat# MONTH3
UPC MONTH3

Tracklisting

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Paul Kelly remains – after 30-odd years at the forefront of music - Australia’s most treasured songwriter and performer. With sales into the millions, his influence is felt beyond music into areas of social justice, politics and other spheres interwoven into Australian culture. In 2010 UMA proudly welcomes Paul Kelly and looks forward to re-presenting (in this first of three batches) his valued, cherished catalogue; songs that have become unanimous unofficial national anthems.

 

Under The Sun was originally released in December 1987 – again co-produced between Paul himself and Alan Thorne. The album peaked at #19 with the classic singles "To Her Door" peaking at #14 and, "Dumb Things" (given wide popularity after its inclusion in the smash film of the time ‘Yahoo Serious’ peaking at #36 in early 1989.  ‘Bradman’ and ‘Don’t Stand Too Close To The Window’ in particular have become highly cherished gems.

 

Under The Sun is characterised by acoustically bright story songs and character-based tales with unlimited substance and displays Kelly's knack for including history, nostalgia, and life's little lessons in between his guitar playing … cementing him as one of the best storytellers in music.

 

TRACKLISTING


1. "Dumb Things"  - 2:31

2. "Same Old Walk" - 4:08

3. "Big Heart" - 3:22

4. "Don't Stand So Close to the Window"  - 2:35

5. "Forty Miles to Saturday Night" - 3:11

6. "I Don't Remember a Thing" - 2:04

7. "Know Your Friends" - 3:37

8. "To Her Door" - 3:18

9. "Under the Sun" - 4:18

10. "Untouchable" - 2:04

11. "Desdemona" - 2:07

12. "Happy Slave" - 3:46

13. "Crosstown" - 2:30

14. "Bicentennial" - 3:04

15. "Bradman" - 7:26

16. "Pastures of Plenty" - 2:26

Additional

Additional Information

Format Vinyl
Release Date 1st November, 2017
Cat# MONTH3
UPC MONTH3

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