The Painted Ladies play selections from The Loner

Clinton Walker

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Liner notes for music album 'The Painted Ladies play selections from The Loner'. The next generation of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists take the first Australian black protest album – and make it their own. Aboriginal music pioneer Vic Simms recorded The Loner in 1973 while serving time in Bathurst Gaol. This album of country soul, regarded by many as a lost classic, has inspired countless artists. Vic Simms joins emerging singer-song writer Luke Peacock, passionate performers The Medics and a range of guest artists for a special musical collaboration.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBrisbane
PublisherPlus One Records
Publication statusPublished - 2014


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