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Glen Heald - All Your Laws

Glen Heald - All Your Laws
Glen Heald is a multi instrumental singer/ songwriter, he holds an Associate diploma in Jazz and has released and produced five studio albums. Glen's primary instrument is guitar but he also plays Flute, Banjo, Blues harp, Mandolin and Chapman Stick. His music styles include Progressive rock, Hard rock, Blues, Blues rock, Acid rock and Acoustic folk. His influences include Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa, Ry Cooder, Jethro Tull, John Mclaughlin and Robin Trower.
In 1992 he established the first fully contemporary music course in Darwin. In 2001 he started performing with Aboriginal singer Shellie Morris, recording and producing the album "Waiting Road". Glen composed the acoustic music for the Aboriginal film "Merrepen" in 2005. He toured Europe with Shellie Morris in 2007 and performed at the Sydney Opera House with Shellie and Dr Yunupingu in 2008.
Glen produced the music for the Aboriginal film "In a League of their own" in 2009 and released his debut and his second album in 2010. In December 2013 Glen released his third studio album "Outsider". 2015 saw the release of Glen's fourth studio album "The Hanged Man". In 2017 Glen released the album "Marrawah" with his brother Dave Heald on bass.

About this track...

"All Your Laws" by Glen Heald is a political reggae track about the continued high incarceration rate and marginalization of aboriginal people in Australia. It is about how some Aboriginal people have traditional laws and white laws to deal with and how white education is largely continued assimilation.

Other tracks by Glen Heald: Down to the Station  -  Uluwatu
Number Of People In Act 2 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In TAS
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Hobart
Taken From The Release Titled Marrawah
Copyright Holder's Name Glen Heald
Publisher Glen Heald
Media Servicing Date 2017-10-17
Main Genre Reggae/Dub
Genre 2 Australian Indigenous
Genre 3 Reggae
Genre 4 Rock
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
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