Post is the first solo album by Australian singer-songwriter rock musician, Paul Kelly. Kelly had moved to Sydney by January 1985, after leaving his Melbourne-based Paul Kelly Band and the breakup of his marriage to Hilary Brown. The album was produced by Clive Shakespeare (Sherbet guitarist) and Kelly, and was released in May 1985 by the independent White Records label, leased to Mushroom Records.
You sure got me where you want me now And that's where I want to be You sure got me where you want me now And that's where I want to be. Your touch is giving me thrills Down my spine Your sweet and sticky kisses I'm holding you tight. We really should get back inside to the party They'll be missing us there And if we hesitate now, it's gonna be too late
Paul Kelly, the acclaimed Australian singer songwriter, has released an excellent album full of poetic songs. This two disc record, his ninth studio album since his 1985 solo debut Post, takes one theme as its subject; love and its many splendours. The Australian icon has collaborated with the best storytellers of the genre on this release. They include his nephew Dan Kelly and Kelly's high profile backing band (Dan & Peter Luscombe, Bill McDonald, Graham Lee and Bruce Haymes).
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Paul Kelly and the Dots had formed in August 1978 in Melbourne from the remains of High Rise Bombers, which included Martin Armiger. Their debut single "Recognition" was issued in 1979, under the name The Dots, on an independent label, but had no chart success. Recognition" line-up were Kelly (vocals), Chris Langman (guitars), Chris Worrall (guitars), Paul Gadsby (bass guitar) and John Lloyd (drums). The version of "Recognition" included on Talk is not the single version, but a re-recording
Sure, there are some tracks that I wished were on it, but I suppose I could track down the actual discs if I were so inclined. One person found this helpful. It's an absolutely stunning album. Paul Kelly is a national treasure in Australia and more people should know his music. There's a good mix here including lots of good rocking songs as well as a few acoustic songs. But just about every song is excellent. I'm especially fond of "St Kilda to King's Cross," "Before too Long," "Darling it Hurts" and "How to Make Gravy," This album is in constant rotation with me. Check it out, it's a great introduction to Paul Kelly and a great deal.
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