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Top notch singer songwriter

Mark Seymour (brother of bass guitarist Nick of Crowded House fame) and former frontman for Hunters & Collectors pulls together a terrific selection of his songs from a back catalogue many more famous names would give their right arm to have written. Too many highlights here to really single out one above all others (like Tobruk Pin, Do You See What I See?, When The River Runs Dry and Waratah Street to name but four) and your favourite will depend on your mood - but the collection lends itself to a lazy Sunday afternoon soaking up the sun with a cold beer close at hand, kicking back and relaxing. A great introduction to an unheralded artist here in the UK. Invest and enjoy


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

After the demise of Hunters & Collectors in 1997, lead singer Mark Seymour embarked on a solo career by releasing his debut solo album, King Without a Clue, in 1998. Seymour had been a part of Hunters & Collectors for the twenty years of their existence, so it was difficult to imagine him performing anything but the type of guitar-heavy pub rock that his former band epitomised for so long. On King Without a Clue, however, Seymour managed to show a different side to himself, including elements of...
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From Bondi to Bedlam, Mark Seymour
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 03 July 2009

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