Here it is: music blown from over the plains, carried on the breeze, whispered
in Hank William's ear, written down by Scott Walker's hands, strummed
on neil Young's fretboard and beaten on Mo Tucker's skins. Grown wild
as a rock 'n roll flower, growing leaves of Stax and Volt, growing Blue
Note, Rough Trade and a lot more in-between and ending here: Amarine.
Recorded in the rock 'n roll capital of the southern hemisphere, Melbourne,
Australia, over the Autumns and Summers of '95 and '96, Amarine offers
a golden hour of steely torch songs, a soundtrack for the eternal 3a.m.
Everybody's Got A Place To Go
Paint My Blanket
Let The Night Come Down
Waiting For The World
Just What I Always Thought You Wanted
Last Lover's Song
So Many Roads, So Many Trains