dave graney - Moodists-Coral Snakes-mistLY-FEARFUL WIGGINGS

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Current album Dave Graney and the mistLY LYVE AT BYRDS. Two albums in 2020, "Dave Graney and Clare Moore In Concert with Robin Casinader" and "Dave Graney and Clare Moore with Georgio "the dove" Valentino and Malcolm Ross". Two albums in 2019. ONE MILLION YEARS DC by Dave Graney and Clare Moore and ZIPPA DEEDOO WHAT IS/WAS THAT/THIS? from Dave Graney and the mistLY. WORKSHY - 2017 memoir out on Affirm Press. Let's get Tight - 2017 CD with Clare Moore. Moodists - Coral Snakes - mistLY. I don’t know what I am and don’t want to know any more than I already know. I aspire, in my music , to 40s B Movie (voice and presence) and wish I could play guitar like Dickey Betts, John Cippolina or Grant Green - but not in this lifetime, I know.

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Once more unto QLD this time and then ...more!

 

photo Mark Louttit.

We drove toward Adelaide with our Covid border passes. SA and Victoria were the only two states open to each other. The drive takes most of a day and many hours later we approached the border checking area. You are also forbidden to take fruit into SA so we had to dump some tomatoes and an avocado. (This was after a  debate as to whether either was actually a fruit). We were taking no chances. We had completed our forms online before leaving and stopped for a while to get them all checked. Evenutally we drove into Adelaide at about 9pm and sat in  a queue for an hour at on old race course to get Covid19 tested. 

We sat around for most of the next day, waiting for our results, which we eventually got in the early afternoon. Negative to both. 

We drove into the Adelaide Hills for our first show on Friday July 2nd - Three Brothers Arms, Macclesfield SA.

This was a very cute , old timey pub  which had music outside in a beer garden in the warmer months. It was also a very cold winter night and the fire was blazing in the bar where we were to play. There was a record player which was blaring out John Lennons Imagine album as we set up. It keept repeating until I had to look through the piles of records to find something and I put on some Yardbirds and then some Hollies. There were piles of albums and also many musical instruments about the room. Classic Mesa Boogie amps, 12 string acoustics and old basses, all laying around waiting to be played. There was a stand up piano where we were relaxing before the show and the sheet music on it was The Waters Of March by Jobim. Classy!



The Covid crowd restrictions meant we were to play two shows in the one night which we didnt' mind. They had sold the capacity of the room and then that capacity had been halved.

 


We played two hour long sets to a small listening audience on a  cold, winters night. It was pretty delightful. Nice people in the room and nice people running the venue. 

The next day we played at Trinity Sessions in Adelaide itself. Inside a church on Goodwood road. Again the capacity had been halved so were did two long shows. This was a beautiful sounding room, every sound was allowed to swell out. 

I was playing my Maton EB808 acousstic and D'Angelico New Yorker electric into my Crate amplifier which I bought in 1998. 



 For the acoustic, I also had a Submarine pickup under the two top high strings which I was then putting through an octave pedal and then into a small Vox amp for some extra prettiness on the arpeggios and picking. The pickup is supposed to stay in one spot with suction but I have to tape it in place as I play standing up and moving about occasionally.


 


Clare was playing her Boosey and Hawkes vibes and a Yamaha Reface keyboaard and an iPad with a virtual mellotron as well as percussion and vocals.

The show was a pretty full and deluxe sound for two of us. 

The next day we left Adelaide at 8am to drive to the next show at Bellwether Wines - Coonawarra in SA, near the town of Penola. I had played here before but we had a bit more gear this time. It was in an old shearing shed and again we were to do two longs shows. There was no PA so we put our two microphones through the Crate amp amd MADE SHOW. 

Playing in this area is pretty personal for me. Many people I had known in olden times in the crowd, including blood relations. People who know me and my family. There was an exceptionally loud, drunken guy with a loud voice who seemed to be used to yelling at people. After the show he was yelling at me about something. Asking me how old I was and the like. I gave him nothing. His friend with him was a good foot taller and the loud man was very obsequious to him. Looking for his approval. They talked about music things like seeing the Allman Brothers - but in 1992. I was even less impressed with the fact the show had been on an American aircraft carrier and then heard a long list of fighting planes and helicopters. Just stuff people tell you about after a show. I soon learned that they came from Naracoorte and I said that was where my mothers family came from, the Fogartys. The tall guy knew my uncle and aunties and more. The loud guy was a lot quieter because he knew of a late cousin of mine from the area who had a fierce reputation and this obviously still had a charge from beyond the grave. (It was the second time a connection with my cousin had stopped an aggressive character from trying to test themselves against me. A few years ago in Port Adelaide, this tough guy took offence at me for some reason and was really looking aggressive until I mentioned a certain name from Naracoorte - where this tough guy had told me he hailed from. He turned white and backed away into a  dark corner.) Anyway, it was nice talking about my mother and her family with someone from the area. I got directions on how to get to the family farm where I had had a lovely stay as a little boy.


We stopped in Penola before leaving to buy some threads at JILLS VINTAGE which is the greatest vintage shop in thecountry. Jill is my stylist! 

We also stopped  at my cousin Kristyns in the marvellously titled locale of DISMAL SWAMP where we posed for some photos and generally had a great time with Kristyn and her wonderful family. 

photo Kristyn Jones




We drove back to Melbourne, armed with our border re-entry papers and had a couple of days rest before we got a 5am flight to Brisbane on Thursday July 8th, hired a car and drove to Ipswich where we checked into our hotel and had a few hours rest. This time I had my Maton Mastersound electric as it is tougher as far as being tossed around by baggage handlers. Clare had her keyboard and percusion and I had my small Vox amp and pedals.


I mainly have  bit of compression and tone shaping on with options for delay, tremolo, phaser and overdrive if needed. Also the octave on the acoustic again. The show was at Goleby's Basement in West Street
Ipswich. It was a great room, all BYO alcohol so it was basically open to all ages. We did
two long sets. Christian runs the room as a real community space and he helped mix the occasionally complex nature of our instrumentation. It was a fantastic night. there are no venues like any of these in Melbourne or Victoria.

For this trip I was wearing a Ben Sherman jacket,  a pale blue umper, some black slacks and light blue Dunlop Volley style sneakers.

 The next day we drove back through Brisbane and up through the northern suburbs to the Sunshine Coast  and the Imperial Hotel Eumundi. This was a beautiful, big room and we played to a seated audience from a high stage. Like the Trinity Sessions in Adelaide it was a real concert type show. Fantastic vegetarian food as well. A great time with great people. 

We stayed in a Bed and Breakfast about five minutes from the venue  and had breakfast on a  deck looking out over the rainforested hills of the Sunshine Coast. A Butcher Bird came down and tried to psych us into giving it all of our food stash.


We stayed strong and then drove back through Brisbane and out to Toowoomba. I had played here in 2008 with Henry Wagons and wrote about it in 1001 Australian Nights. The venue was the Bar Wunder, right in the middle of town on a Saturday night. I expected a low turnout and prepared a set of slow, gloomy tunes. When we walked out to play we discovered it was a totally up for it, rowdy Saturday night crowd and we did our best to match the noise of the room, armed with our minimalist, pretty sounds. It went pretty well! 

photo Mark Louttit

As we flew back to Melbourne we learned that we would not have to isolate at home for 14 days as the Red Zone we had strayed into (Eumundi) was now an Orange Zome. 

The flights had been both jam packed with people, including so many little kids. Why do people want to travel with toddlers on planes is beyond me. There was one person with three young kids who just barged through everybody and everything on board the plane, stuffing so many oversized cases into the overhead lockers and keeping up a stream of loud talk with the three kids behind her, with no acknowledgement of all the other passengers. It made me think that there could be an actual character in WWF wrestling called SUPERMOM. She would kill everybody. 

Generally I sat with mask on and a further scarf around my head and tried to sleep.

We still had to apply for re-entry permits and were met at the flight gates in Melbourne by a troupe of health officials taking everybodys details. We got tested the next day as every testing location in Melbourne seemed to shut at 5 pm. We stayed home until we got the results (negative - the next day) and watched some tv, winding down.

I had been looking forward to two weeks locked up inside. We had had to cancel a Melbourne show, a rehearsal and recording date but these will all happen. Not the Melbourne date. It seems hard for us to find the right room in Melbourne. We live here but its not our town. We play more outside of the city. While we were away we were even looking at possible new locations. I do like it here. Our neighbours are cool and we have a few friends. I just don't buy into that cornball Melbourne jive. We have some shows coming up.


LIVE STREAM - Thursday July 15th - 8pm Via Stage It Dot Com. Show #85

LIVE STREAM - Sunday morning  July 18th 8am in Melbourne - Saturday 11pm in the UK, 6pm in NYC , 5pm in CVhicago and 3pm in LA.

LIVE STREAM -Thursday July 22nd - 8pm Via STAGE IT DOT COM. Show #87 

Saturday July 24th , Archies Creek Hotel, Victoria

https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?embed&eid=761742


Friday 30th July 30th
Citadel Murwullimbah, QLD
https://events.humanitix.com/dave-graney-and-clare-moore

Saturday July 31st The Hotel Eltham in Eltham (Lismore) NSW.

Sunday August 1st The Dust Temple in Currumbin, QLD

Friday August 13th Smiths - Canberra
https://bit.ly/3vfIlYA

Saturday August 14th - Palais BallroomKatoomba, NSW

Saturday August 21st - POME -   267 Swan Street Richmond, VIC 3121.

Firast of a FOUR WEEK residency by Dave Graney and Clare Moore  in this boutique venue. 

Saturday August 28th - POME - Richmond residency

Saturday September 4th POME  - Richmond residency

Saturday September 11th POME  - Richmond residency




 

Thursday, June 24, 2021

Live dates in July. South Australia, QLD, Melbourne and NSW.

We have a new song out right now. Its a re-recording of Saturday Night Bath which originally appeared on Hashish and Liquor in 2005.

The song and accompanying clip were all captured in the tv studio at RMIT. Thanks to everybody who worked on it.

Its a pre-pandemic recording. No overdubs, just a tight combo all paying together in a studio.

saturday night bath
steam and heat electric light
the world is really happening down in the city
but I am here at my place
with my big toe in the tap and a wet cloth over my eyes
I am out of time, baby
I am fresh and rested now
tomorrow people will be madly reading the newspaper outside their cafes
looking for a life where they could lay down
one saturday night in a bath of hot water
and let the world world go by
I am irrelevant
I am just not there
I am here
I am not in the moment of the world
I am havin a moment of our own here in this house
in this part of the world
the trees black and swaying with the wind in the darkness outside
there's a dirt road leading to this house
I've stood in the field and looked across at the lights in the night
and wondered what it would be like to come across this scene
a saturday night bath stickin my leg out the side

 I played the guitar, bass and sang on the original 2005 recording. Clare Moore played the piano and Warren Ellis plucked some violin stuff in there as well. (He sent it from his studio in Paris).

 

We never subsequently played the song live much but whenever we did so people really reacted to it. Must be one of those songs that has a funny, folkie charge in it. Though its really reaching for some jazz tones in it. This is the 2021 version at Bandcamp.

 Clare Moore and I have been in the studio recording some songs for the two projected releases we have in mind. These songs are more for a Graney and Moore  collection. Just loose, weird songs, not meant for a band to play.

We have started the following ...

The Smoking Years

I Was No Captain

Ronnie Loves To Hear People Talk

Where Did You Glom Your Glimmer?

Everyday Its The Blues, Period.

The Ballroom Blitzed.

The Anita Effect

Beckett And Joyce

Diaghelev And Nijinsky

Ice Bergman

I Knew The Wild Angels

We go into a studio in Melbourne in a couple of weeks with the mistLY  to record songs for a more rock'n'roll collection.

What Used To be There?

We Need Cash

The Old Swagger

 Wilco Got No Wilcos

Where Are You In The Underworld?

Now You Must Die

Tang

Silver Bullets

Velvets MC

There are quite a few other songs happening as well. And Clare Moore has her own album to do....

In the meantime we have some dates to do. Most of these are by Clare Moore and myself, except for July 17th at the Brunswick Ballroom which will be a rare Dave Graney and the mistLY event. Why is that? Mostly the pandemic. Numbers of people allowed in rooms is limited in most states so a duo makes sense. Also, things are so open to last minute changes and border closures. When its just us two, we aren't having to mange too many changed flights or hotel bookings. 

Thursday June 24th - 8pm Live streaming Online set via STAGE IT. Show #83

Sunday morning/Saturday night Live streaming Online set via Stage It. Sunday 8am in Melbourne-Saturday afternoon 3pm in LA, 5pm in Chicago, 6pm in New York City, 11pm in the UK.

 

Friday July 2nd - Three Brothers Arms, Macclesfield SA
https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=752809&

 

Saturday July 3rd Trinity Sessions - Adelaide SA
318 Goodwood Road, Clarence Park, SA 5034

https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=755401&

 

Sunday July 4th Bellwether Wines - Coonawarra SA
www.eventbrite.com.au/e/dave-graney-clare-moore-at-bellwether-tickets-156035274707

 

Thursday July 8th

Goleby's Basemen West Street Ipswich, QLD
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/skc-168-dave-graney-clare-moore-tickets-156859275315

Friday July 9th Imperial Hotel Eumundi, QLD
https://tickets.oztix.com.au/outlet/event/1bf28183-d54c-4ff7-a80f-28463fc6229

Saturday July 10th Toowoomba Bar Wunder , QLD

moshtix.com.au/v2/event/dave-graney-and-clare-moore/128635

Saturday July 24th , Archies Creek Hotel, Victoria

https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?embed&eid=761742


Friday 30th July 30th
Citadel Murwullimbah, QLD
https://events.humanitix.com/dave-graney-and-clare-moore

Friday August 13th Smiths - Canberra
https://bit.ly/3vfIlYA

Saturday August 14th - Palais BallroomKatoomba, NSW

Saturday August 21st - POME -   267 Swan Street Richmond, VIC 3121.

Firast of a FOUR WEEK residency by Dave Graney and Clare Moore  in this boutique venue. 

Saturday August 28th - POME - Richmond residency

Saturday September 4th POME  - Richmond residency

Saturday September 11th POME  - Richmond residency


I caught a set from Dave Graney and Clare Moore at Finding Fillmore’s in Kiama.
As always I just dig their vibe.
Doing it their way, with their
smooky sounds (smooth and kooky, a term I have coined just for them) weird and hilarious songs and stories and Dave’s golden voice.

Cool venue too!

Jodi Phillis


We watched the last season of RAY DONOVAN. I highly recommend this show! This season was epic in its grim, deathly gripping of ya. Like tv Death Metal. Apparently it was cancelled after this but due to audience outrage (like Deadwood) a movie is to be made which will tie up all the loose ends.



I also bought a hardback book which has five books by Vladimir Nabokov in it. Wow! Lolita was such a horror story! And such a clear eyed view of the USA in 1947. Granted, by an evil minded and perverse freak but  it is such good writing. I haven't seen the Kubrick directed movie in many years but I read that it was very much influenced by what was allowed to be filmed in Hollywood. The code. In the book, the girl, Dolores (Lolita) is twelve years old. 

Be seeing you.

davegraney.com


Wednesday, June 2, 2021

So, I'll tell you what happened out there

 So .....

Clare Moore hates people starting off sentences with "so".  She says she has noticed it a lot recently. She finds it very passive/agressive. I think.

So...

I started to notice it too. Now.

So...

So we played with our band the mistLY on  Sunday May 2nd at  Howler in  Brunswick . It was our first shows with the band since February 2020 and its always touch and go playing in Melbourne, where we live. Our audience is like no other and we always try different venues. They aren't people who go out to rock clubs a lot. So this turned out to be a great evening. A seven o'clock show for which the Covid affected audience was all seated at tables. I mean Covid affected in the number that are allowed in the room. I like this Covid effect. I'm always looking at 50's movies of people in nightclubs sitting at tables watching lounge singers or jazz combos and wonder to myself what the hell happened to show business that it has to take place in  a paddock somewhere with thousands of people. What the actual....? (On a similar note we watched a documentary about a  Sri lankan train station which is high in the montains with a classic nine arch bridge for the train to cross a gorge. Dozens of people are employed to walk along the tracks and clean it and oil it and more work to keep the station spotless. So many people working! And the train ride cost Three Euros. More people working and less costs for living, sounds great).

For the Howler show we played mostly songs fom our last four  albums.  They were Zippa DeeDoo What Is/Was That/This?,  One Million Years DC, Lets Get Tight and Fearful Wiggings. I blame the pandemic. 

 


 


We also caught the last day of Stu Thomas and Kim Salmons art show at One Star Lounge in West Melbourne, a new coffee lounge/gallery run by Mick Harvey and Katy Beale. We took our old friend and band mate Steve Miller along and then Mick Turner (also once of the Moodists) walked in. Almosta  reunion. 




Clare and I then flew to Coffs Harbour, hired a car and drove to Grafton in Northern Rivers area of NSW where we played at the Pelican Playhouse, a really nice community run theatre. 

This is our gear at the airport. Of course, getting into an airport and then a  plane was a bit of a THING after being housebound for so long. The man pictured below was standing there, talking loudly into the void/earpiece phone. There were a few others acting similarly. Have they no sense of dignity/other people? I wore two masks in the airport and on the plane.



note doublemask.

 

Two guitars, effects rack, keyboard and suitcase. Just us.
 Grafton South was where our show was located. We had last been there in November 2019 when this usually green and lush area was totally ravaged by bushfires. A unique looking town. 

 







We were staying in Coffs and driving out to these other shows. Walking along the beach in the morning.





 

We had been offered a gig on short notice in a beautiful spot called Red Rock. The local councils in NSW were being really proactive in getting people out and about to community events. We did a set in the afternoon on a  stage facing an estuary. It was quite delightful. The local tv news filmed an interview with us. 




 


After playing for 45 minutes we drove on to Bellingen where we had some coffeee and played that night. A strange venue, the audience on a level below us. A possum came into the room and swung from a mirror ball in our second set.





After the show we drove back to Coffs and then on to Brisbane where we did two sets the next day at the Junk Bar. This was the first time back at the venue since it had changed hands. The young man doing sound helped it run smoothly. A tiny venue but a great place to play in Brisbane. 



We played at 5 and 7pm and then ate some Indian food at a nearby late night food joint. 

We flew back to Melbourne for a few days and then drove to Newcastle where we played at the Stag and Hunter. Always great to play in Newcastle. Another great young sound man . The lights went luminous after the show.







We then drove to a beautiful wide spot in the road up near Taree in NSW and played at the Flow Bar. The town was called Old Bar. Deluxe sound and stage outside with people seated around eating and drinking. The sound man was an American known as Cali Dave. It sounded great.

We then had  a few days off in Sydney before a show at the The Vanguard in  King st Newtown. 

We went for  a long walk around Clovelly and Bronte, looking at the seabaths.

 



The Vanguard is a place we have played at many times over the last two decades, up the end of King st near the University. Next to where Goulds Bookshop used to be. Set up like a small theatre with audience seated below and an upper area to sit as well. We played two sets. Lindy Morrison burst into our band room before we played and actuallly stayed for the two sets. I think she was impressed and enjoyed the sounds. It was nice to see her anyway. She said we should play with an orchestra but you know us - we lean more towards jazz than longhairs and strings. 

 




Then we drove south to play at Kiama, near Wollongong. A beautiful part of Australia. A young guy had set up  a music venue in a kind of inside/outside configuration all around his own food truck which worked a treat. Audience seated again as in a theatre or club situation. The PA blew up after our first set but they found another. 

Had a great night. We were playing mostly newer material , including unrecorded instrumentals and songs. People come to us for a show or a night out. Its not an album/tour situation with us. Our good friend and fellow traveller Jodi Phillis drove from Wollongong to say hello.

 




 We had a show the next day in the Southern Highlands at Bowral but it had been cancelled. Something we would never do. The promoters idea. Oh well, a night off in Sydney.

Sunday morning we packed everything and drove to the SHIRE to play at the Brass Monkey. This is in Cronulla, where our filthy PM has his seat. Always great to play in this venue. We have been here many times before too. The hospitality is the best. We made show at 1pm , playing two sets until driving away at 5pm towards Melbourne. We stayed the night at Mittagong and then made it home nine hours later.  

Here are some links to shows we are playing soon. We really enjoyed that run of dates and appreciated people coming out. The experience of COVID has been universal and flattened the world, especially the flimsy showbusiness world.  Peoples habits with QR codes were noticably more effective in NSW, QLD and SA than Victoria. Hopefully that will improve.

Thursday June 10th - 8pm Live streaming Online set via STAGE IT. Show #80

Sunday morning/Saturday night Live streaming Online set via Stage It. Sunday 8am in Melbourne-Saturday afternoon 3pm in LA, 5pm in Chicago, 6pm in New York City, 11pm in the UK.

 

Friday July 2nd - Three Brothers Arms, Macclesfield SA
https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=752809&

 

Saturday July 3rd Trinity Sessions - Adelaide SA
318 Goodwood Road, Clarence Park, SA 5034

https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=755401&

 

Sunday July 4th Bellwether Wines - Coonawarra SA
www.eventbrite.com.au/e/dave-graney-clare-moore-at-bellwether-tickets-156035274707

 

Thursday July 8th

Goleby's Basemen West Street Ipswich, QLD
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/skc-168-dave-graney-clare-moore-tickets-156859275315

 
 

Friday July 9th Imperial Hotel Eumundi, QLD
https://tickets.oztix.com.au/outlet/event/1bf28183-d54c-4ff7-a80f-28463fc6229c

 

Saturday July 10th Toowoomba Bar Wunder , QLD

moshtix.com.au/v2/event/dave-graney-and-clare-moore/128635

 

 

Saturday July 24th , Archies Creek Hotel, Victoria

https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?embed&eid=761742


Friday 30th July 30th
Citadel Murwullimbah, QLD
https://events.humanitix.com/dave-graney-and-clare-moore

 

Friday August 13th Smiths - Canberra
https://bit.ly/3vfIlYA

 

Saturday August 14th

Palais Ballroom Katoomba, NSW

https://events.humanitix.com/fbdaveclare

 

 

Saturday August 21st - POME -   267 Swan Street Richmond, VIC 3121.

Firast of a FOUR WEEK residency by Dave Graney and Clare Moore  in this boutique venue.  


Saturday August 28th - POME - Richmond residency


Saturday September 4th POME  - Richmond residency


Saturday September 11th POME  - Richmond residency

 

 

I caught a set from Dave Graney and Clare Moore at Finding Fillmore’s in Kiama.
As always I just dig their vibe.
Doing it their way, with their
smooky sounds (smooth and kooky, a term I have coined just for them) weird and hilarious songs and stories and Dave’s golden voice.

Cool venue too!

Jodi Phillis

Dave Graney and Clare Moore with Georgio "the dove" Valentino and Malcolm Ross

Dave Graney and Clare Moore with Robin Casinader - In Concert

ONE MILLION YEARS DC

Starts with a Kinksy groover sketching a 21st century populist tyrant who coasts in power on waves of public resentment at those on the lowest rungs of the ladder (He Was A Sore Winner). Sweeps across a sci fi terrain with nods to songs in the sand at the end of the world (Pop Ruins) and nods to the ties that bind in the underground communities (Comrade Of Pop and Where Did All The Freaks Go?). Songs about intense, long relationships, defunct technology that didn’t answer back, severe social status definition (I’m Not Just Any Nobody), people wandering through your mind as if it was a garage sale, the anxiety of the long running showman (wide open to the elements again) and ends with a song that’s “a little bit Merle Haggard and a little bit Samuel Beckett”. " Edith Grove! Powis Square! 56 Hope Road! Petrie Terrace!.. The Roxy! The Odeon! Apollo! Palais! Olympia! The Whisky! Detroit Grande!” Pop Ruins!"

ZIPPA DEEDOO WHAT IS/WAS THAT/THIS?

ZIPPA DEEDOO WHAT IS/WAS THAT/THIS? (The title comes from the chorus of “Song Of Life” ) is a classic rock’n’roll album. Classic if you lived through what has become known as ”the classic rock era” as it rolled out new and even broke onto the beachhead and morphed into punk. That’s the direction Dave Graney and Clare Moore have always been coming from. They have spent their lives schooled by and immersed in rock ‘n’ roll culture. Neither attended higher education and they dived in deep and kept swimming. From the Moodists through the Coral Snakes /White Buffaloes to the mistLY This is an album with their band, Dave Graney and the mistLY. Stuart Perera has played guitar with them since 1998 and Stu Thomas on bass since 2004. MARCH 2019 ZIPPA DEEDOO WHAT IS/WAS THAT/THIS? 2019 album out on Compact Disc - available here via mail order...
If you are from outside of Australia and wish to purchase a Compact Disc copy of ZIPPA DEEDOO WHAT IS/WAS THAT/THIS? please use this button (different postage)

LETS GET TIGHT

FEARFUL WIGGINGS

2014 solo album from Dave Graney. *****"If I've learnt anything in my years of writing about music it's that if you are going to do anything of worth in this tough game, you better have your own thing. Today's generic is easily replaced by tomorrow's. And yet you need to be flexible, to follow wherever the songs demand. In the case of this, only the second credited as a solo album among 30 or so Graney releases, it's a curious yet welcoming lane he walks you down, with acoustic guitars, not much percussion, vibes, smooth sounds. At the end of it you feel like you've awoken from a strange yet pleasant summer's dream. As shot by Luis Bunuel. It ranges from off-kilter reveries (A Woman Skinnies Up a Man, The Old Docklands Wheel) through to the softly seductive (How Can You Get Out of London) and the downright arch (Look Into My Shades, Everything Is Great In The Beginning.) This is music that is neither folk, nor blues, nor country, but it's all Graney, somewhere out to the left field beyond Lee Hazlewood's raised eyebrow. It's astringent on the tongue but sweetens in the telling." Noel Mengel Brisbane Courier Mail

you've been in my mind

June 2012 super high energy pop rock album - blazing electric 12 strings - total 70s rock drive. Greatest yet! available via paypal - $20 pp

rock'n'roll is where I hide/- 2011 "vintage classics/ re recordings" on LIBERATION

SUPERMODIFIED - August 2010 remixed/re-sung/re-strung//remastered/replayed comp via PAYPAL

also available as a digital album

Knock yourself (2009)-first ever dg solo set-filthy electro r&b-available via Paypal- $20

available as a digital album too

We Wuz Curious (2008)-blazing R&B jazz pop album available via paypal-$20


UNAVAILABLE-COMPLETELY SOLD OUT!!!
AVAILABLE AS A DIGITAL album

Keepin' It Unreal-(2006)-minimalist/lyrical vibes,bass and 12 string set - digital or as CD

Hashish and Liquor (2005 double disc by Dave Graney and Clare Moore) available via Paypal $25


UNAVAILABLE-COMPLETELY SOLD OUT!!!
Single album HASHISH available as a digital release

Heroic Blues- "folk soul" set from 2002-Availableas a digital album via BandCamp


UNAVAILABLE ! Completely sold out!

It is written,baby-book released 1997- available $10 via paypal