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Emotion charged, honest storytelling

Archie Roach tells the stories of his people with honesty and beautiful lyrics that makes for an unforgettably moving album.

Terrific strong album - an Aussie Classic

This album is already an Aussie classic and Archie Roach is one of Australia' great storyteller songwriters. "Took the Children Away" has already become an anthem for the 'Stolen Generations' and the song has won a prestigious human rights award. It is a super strong debut album and fortunately the strenth of Roach's songwriting has not let him down with subsequent releases; but if you are only going to buy one album of his, this is it!

Great Listen

A very basic style but Oh so powerful.Great melodies and Lyrics ,this bloke should be more well known a very good album

Biography

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s

With his politically charged lyrics backed to the tradition-rooted rhythms of his acoustic guitar, Archie Roach has risen to the upper echelon of Australia's music. His album, Charcoal Lane, was one of Rolling Stone Magazine's Top 50 albums of 1992 and received an ARIA (Australian Record Industry Association) award as Best Indigenous Album of the Year and led to Roach receiving an ARIA as Best New Talent. The album included the heartbreaking tune, "Took the Child Away." Dealing with the many aboriginal...
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