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Mark Seymour

by Noise11.com on April 25, 2017

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In June 2016 Mark Seymour & The Undertow gathered at Melbourne’s Bakehouse Studio to perform the songs that would become ‘Roll Back The Stone’.

Seymour turned back that stone 30 years and performed 24 songs over three nights for the album.

‘Roll Back The Stone’ features songs from Hunters & Collectors as well as Mark’s solo years and in this interview, Mark explains why the history picks up a few years after Hunters began and misses songs from the first two albums.

Mark Seymour spoke to Paul Cashmere from Noise11.com.

Buy Roll Back The Stone

CD
1. Home Free
2. Tears Of Joy
3. Classrooms and Kitchens
4. Throw Your Arms Around Me
5. Slyvia’s In Black
6. The Light On The Hill
7. Everything’s On Fire
8. Tobruk Pin
9. Master Of Spin
10. Ballard of the One Eyed Man
11. Holy Grail
12. What’s A Few Men?

CD
1. Castlemaine
2. When The River Runs Dry
3. Courtroom 32
4. Back In The Hole
5. Luckyland
6. Two Dollar Punter
7. Kosciusko
8. Football Train
9. Say Goodbye
10. Still Hanging ’round
11. Dog
12. Westgate

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