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Look up ‘evangelical’ in the dictionary and you will find that one of the definitions is “marked by ardent or zealous enthusiasm for a cause.” It’s why anyone who too fervently takes a stand on an issue can quickly wear away at your patience, no matter how noble the cause. It is also the reason why evangelical seems to be the best word to describe Rachael Brady’s second album Somewhere Sunshine. While her affections do not necessarily lie with Christian beliefs, they can be annoyingly zealous to a fault.
Born in Munich, Disha grew up travelling the world. She spent her childhood in a spiritual community in India, studied in the USA, and spent her time with Bhakta in Byron Bay, combining her love for music and working with people through singing, counselling and creating sacred cermonies and celebrations.
Well, we got together when we met in Year 7 at Ballina High. Geoff Slingsby was playing drums while Ben Whiting and Bill Donaldson were cousins and had been playing guitar together. We found we like the same sort of music like Blink 182 and Sum 41 so we started practicing at school and then at Geoff’s place. We entered a few competitions and got places in them. In year 8 we won first place in Ashtons High School Rock in Brisbane against about 60 other school bands.
Ross Ward, performing guitarist, singer and songwriter, listened to all the Roots recordings he could get his hands on from an early age. Ross started his onstage musical career in the late 60’s/early 70`s as fill-in bassist with the Flying Circus. During the 70`s, and as a young professional side-man, he played and toured nationally with musicians and artists like Tim Gaze, Ronnie Burns, Stevie Wright, Blackfeather and Cinamon, plus a myriad of other’s, up to the present time.
This EP is a culmination of music spirit which has surged, ebbed and flowed in me and with others for years. It is a reflection of a time and space, an energy both harmonious and chaotic, light as it is dark. It is dedicated to the musicians Carl Hemmings, Michael Huddleston and Bill Coupland.
Elizabeth Henshaw is a classically trained Australian pianist, composer and producer. This is the 2nd ZEPHYR album, a follow-up to the self-titled 2001 debut, which became a favourite on ABC Classic FM. In the UK, soprano Becky Jane Taylor has recorded Elizabeth's song “Prayer” for EMI Classics (UK). This song is also included on ZEPHYR’s new album Flame –sung here by guest vocalist Vimila.