Exciting news for vinyl lovers! For the first time in 28 years Kev's debut album 'Pillars Of Society' has been reissued in two editions. A coloured edition limited to 300 copies, and a standard black edition.

Available to order online here for $34.99 and $29.99 respectively.

Please note these items will attract a $10 postage cost within Australia and $25 for international orders. This cost includes tracking and signature on delivery.

LOVELY WRITE UP IN THE GUARDIAN FROM ANDREW STAFFORD

Kev Carmody’s debut album, Pillars of Society, recorded as a conceptual excoriation of the Australian bicentenary in 1988, is now 30 years old. On release, it was described by critic Bruce Elder as “the best album ever released by an Aboriginal musician and arguably the best protest album ever made in Australia”. Click the picture to the left for a series of appreciations and reflections by other artists who have drawn inspiration from his extraordinary debut, recorded when he was 42.


Purchase the new Box Set now with Free Postage. Autographed copies available whilst stocks last!

As featured on the ABC TV documentary Songman. This is the 4CD set made up of songs written over the last 40 years but not recorded up until now! Click on the link below to secure your copy with free postage!

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BUSKERS BOOK NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE

Busking is connected to an ancient historical tradition.
The travelling minstrels, and the song guardians of First Nations Peoples started
the traditions of taking songs to the people.........


Amnesty International - 10 songs for social change

From the original protest songs of the civil rights movement to the charity 
singles raising money for those in need, for decades musicians have 
inspired change through their songs.
Here are our top 10 songs (in no particular order) to inspire you to change the world for the better.

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From Little Things Big Things Grow...

An Indigenous rights classic, “From Little Things Big Things Grow” is based on the story of the Gurindji Strike, a walk-off and strike by 200 Gurindji stockmen, house servants and their families in August 1966 at Wave Hill cattle station in Kalkarindji, Northern Territory. The strike took place mainly due to work and living conditions but ultimately became about the return of Gurindji peoples’ land.

Watch Archie Roach, Emma Donovan, Blake Scott, Ella Hooper, and Richard Clapton cover the Kev Carmody/Paul Kelly classic song "From Little Things, Big Things Grow" with the RocKwiz Orkestra and Vika and Linda Bull to close the RocKwiz Salutes The Legends of Australia on SBS.


 Recollections REflections 4CD Box Set

Recollections REflections 4CD Box Set

Recollections... Reflections... (A Journey), a four CD set, is a collection of stories, written and collected over forty years, politically charged, driven by the history of his peoples’ struggles and set on the land he loves.

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 Cannot buy my soul - buskers book

Cannot buy my soul - buskers book

Busking is connected to an ancient historical tradition.
The travelling minstrels, and the song guardians of First Nations Peoples started
the traditions of taking songs to the people.........

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    Cannot Buy My Soul DVD          

 Cannot Buy My Soul DVD

Cannot Buy My Soul DVD

 Over two nights at Sydney's grand State Theatre, before a packed audience, many of Australia's most acclaimed singer/songwriters and musicians came together to perform the songs of Kev Carmody......

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