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Customer Reviews

An amazing album

I picked this album up randomly at Borders, and fell in love with it, this man is amazing. He plays nearly every insturment on this album, and if you check it out on youtube you'll see he does.

Perfect Joy

This is my favorite Xavier Rudd album, who is one of my recent finds. He has excellent hooks and the lyrics are uplifting and powerful. It is smooth, rhythmic and joyful.

Great album!

This past year I saw Xavier Rudd at bonnaroo and he was awesome! He's practically a one man band. He played almost EVERY instrument himself and kicked butt at it. I love Rudd's music because it's different and doesn't sound like anyone else's. This cd is definately worth the money! Buy it!


Born: May 29, 1978 in Victoria, Australia

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Like Jack Johnson, independent Australian musician Xavier Rudd combines a love of surfing with a love of roots music. Like Ben Harper, he plays Weissenborn lap steel guitars. Utterly unlike both of those musicians, however, he has a unique setup. Rudd is a one-man band who plays surrounded by instruments in a complicated array: typically, he has three didgeridoos placed in front of him on a stand, a guitar on his lap, a stomp box by his habitually bare feet, and an assortment of drums, banjos, harmonicas,...
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