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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: Jazz :: Bob Brown and Steve Crump - Wynyard Girl

Bob Brown and Steve Crump - Wynyard Girl

Bob Brown and Steve Crump - Wynyard Girl
Bob Brown is Australia's most respected environmentalist, having been instrumental in setting up the Wilderness Society, Bush Heritage Australia and the Greens which he represented at state and commonwealth levels. He is a trained medical doctor and spent many years in the 1970s travelling and building up life experiences, many of which are written about in his poems from that time, published in "In Balfour Street" (NewPrint 2010). Four of these poems were set to music by Steve Crump, who had provided the music for Bob's 2017 "Christmas Message" from the Bob Brown Foundation. Steve is an emerging Tasmanian composer who has played piano since he was 3 years old but is only now able to give music the time and dedication he's always wanted to. For this EP, Steve conjured up thoughts about what the poems meant to him focusing on key events in each - in the case of the title track, the peacefulness of snow at the end of a night time storm at Liffey under the Taytitiheeker (Dry’s Bluff) above Bob’s farm house he shared with Paul (now cared for by Bush Heritage Australia). The tracks were recorded "live" at Reel to Reel studios in Margate.

About this track...

Bob explains: "At Wynyard Station, in Sydney not Tasmania, there’s an underground railway station with long wooden escalators at the York Street entrance going down to where the trains come and go. It was Sunday morning - I was going down as she was coming up." Steve was improvised the music around Bob's surprise wave of happiness.

Other tracks by Bob Brown and Steve Crump: Winter Night At Liffey  -  Katie Kingston
Number Of People In Act 2 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In TAS
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Hobart and Randall's Bay
Taken From The Release Titled Winter Night In Liffey
Copyright Holder's Name Bob Brown and Steve Crump
Publisher Bob Brown Foundation
Media Servicing Date 2018-12-18
Main Genre Jazz
Genre 2 Folk
Genre 3 World
Genre 4 Pop
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