- Performer:The Dearhunters
- Title:Red Wine and Blue
- Style:Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
- Date of release:1999
- Size FLAC version1612 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1451 megabytes
- Size WMA version1916 megabytes
- Formats:MPC AAC AA ASF DTS WAV
A brief yet popular band in Australia, the Dearhunters' dreamy pop debut record reaps the seeds of soft melodies, bittersweet harmonies, and a distinctive strength in having all members contributing songs. Touching on the No Depression alternative country motif on "Heads," the band seems quite adept at covering slow, wistful ballads as they are upbeat pop.
The Dearhunters Official Site. Archived from the original on 18 November 2002. Retrieved 22 October 2010. Interview: The Dearhunters (Jodi Phillis)". Red Wine and Blue is the first and only studio album by Australian alternative country band The Dearhunters, which was released in 1999. The Bamboos (rock band). The Bamboos were a swamp and alternative rock band from Collie, Western Australia which formed in 1984 by mainstays Mark Gelmi on bass guitar and Craig Hallsworth on guitar and vocals. They relocated to Perth by the following year and were joined by Greg Hitchcock (ex-The Go-Starts, Graverobbers) on guitar, and by Shakir Pichler (ex-The Kryptonics) on drums in 1986 who was replaced by Russell Hopkinson in the next year.
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Red Wine and Blue is the first and only studio album by Australian alternative country band The Dearhunters, which was released in 1999.
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The 1998 formation of The Dearhunters brought Sydney, Australia another dose of country soaked pop. With former Clouds guitarist Jodi Phillis and ex-Verys bassist Tim Oxley providing the dual male-female vocal harmonies, Greg Hitchcock (guitar) and Raph Whittingham (drums) completed the musical package of hauntingly, bittersweet ballads. After debuting with a split EP with The Hired Guns in 1999, Dave Aston replaced Whittingham on drums after the release of The Dearhunters first full-length Red Wine & Blue.
Information for album "Red Wine And Blue": The Dearhunters.
In 1998, Greg Hitchcock, Tim Oxley, Jodi Phillis and Raphael Whittingham, who were successful artists solo or in various other acts, formed The Dearhunters in a pub in Sydney. They first performed several times under the name "Lunar Tunes" in April 1998. The group released a single album, "Red Wine and Blue" which was recorded in. roughly three weeks, and released under Candle Records in 1999; it was launched at the Hopetoun Hotel in Surry Hills. On working on the album, Phillis said in an interview that "in this group I feel free to explore. The Dearhunters Official Site.
Pages in category "The Dearhunters albums". This category contains only the following page. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). R. Red Wine and Blue. php?title Category:The Dearhunters albums&oldid 628873406". The group released a single album, "Red Wine and Blue" which was recorded in roughly three. weeks, and released under Candle Records in 1999; it was launched at the Hopetoun Hotel in Surry Hills. She went on further to say that The Dearhunters was a side project for he. .Following the release of their split EP in.
CreditsThe Dearhunters - Primary Artist
|1||Mr. Katherine||The Dearhunters|
|3||All Over Now||The Dearhunters|
|5||Another Heart||The Dearhunters|
|7||The Roman Song||The Dearhunters|
|9||Far from the Grace||The Dearhunters|
|11||That Kind of Love||The Dearhunters|
|12||Alien Ship||The Dearhunters|