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David Bridie is one of Australia’s most lauded songwriters and he happens to be one very good keyboard player as well. We speak with David on his career across multiple bands, solo albums and film and TV work. If you’re hungry for some excellent varied and substantive music, do listen to some of David’s work in the links below.
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Discussion topics covered during the show (links will open in new tab):
Not Drowning Waving – Crazy Birds
David Bridie – Act of Free Choice (the song)
My Friend The Chocolate Cake – A Midlife’s Tale
My Friend The Chocolate Cake – Jeffrey Smart (Silver City)
David Bridie and John Phillips – The Sleep of Rhythm
My Friend The Chocolate Cake: Uncle Bill’s Paddock
Christine Anu – Stylin’ Up album
David’s go-to keyboards
Tag a keyboard player: Karen Vogt
Conway Savage – When The Moon is Gone
Desert Island Discs: Court and Spark – Joni Mitchell, Spirit of Eden – Talk Talk, Quasimodo’s Dream – The Reels, The Correct Use of Soap – Magazine (David sings on a cover of a brilliant song from that album), Sorousian – Tio.
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