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Messenger features Australian legend Jimmy Little collaborating with Brendan Gallagher, who not only producers, arranges, and records the album, but also plays a large majority of the instruments on each song. Going into this album, Gallagher had wanted to re-record a number of Australia's most noteworthy artists, and in Little he found a vocalist worthy of such an ambitious project. Together, the two re-recorded a total of 11 songs, all originally performed by Australian musical artists. Some of the covers include the Church's "Under the Milky Way," Crowded House's "Into Temptation," the Go-Betweens' "Cattle and Cane," Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds' "(Are You) The One I've Been Waiting For," and seven more.


Born: 01 March 1937 in Cummeragunja Mission, New South W

Genre: Country

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

It's not often an artist is recognized for his collection of cover songs, but after a long and successful career in Australia, Aboriginal country singer Jimmy Little remade a name for himself singing distinctive versions of well-known hits. Growing up on the Cummeragunja mission on the Murray River in Victoria, Little left for Sydney in 1955 to pursue his country music where his mellow style earned him the nicknames of the Balladeer, Gentleman Jim, and the Honey Voice. His first single, "Mysteries...
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