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The music that made Hamish

The music that made Hamish

Hey there kids, mind all over the shop today. Hence, this is a post regarding my taste (or lack there of) in music.

The songs listed below stem from the most nostalgic moments in my life; be they periods of joy, moments of heart ache, instances of love, or time’s of hurt and hate.

For the sake of those inspiring people that were the cause to the effect, names and moment are deliberately being left out.

There is no particular order involved.

The Cat Empire – Sly –

The Passenger – Iggy Pop –

Belle & Sebastian – The Boy With The Arab Strap –

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Into My Arms –

These Days – Powderfinger –

Slim Dusty – Lights On The Hill –

Hoodoo Gurus – What’s My Scene HD –

Johnny Cash-Walk The Line –

The Pretenders – Hymn to Her –

Spin Doctors – Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong –

The Cat Empire – Fishies –

ETERNAL FATHER – The Naval Hymn –


Cold Chisel – Khe Sanh – Live 1983 –

Belle and Sebastian – Sleep the Clock Around – Live 2006 –

Kenny Rogers The Gambler Original –

Redgum – I Was Only 19 (1983) –


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About Hamish Ross

Indie writing at its most dubious.


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Indie writing at its most dubious.

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