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Rock Pool Mirror

Label: Tall Poppies
Released: 2017
Track listing: Rock Water Temple; Lake Yarrunga Morning Mist; CliffEdge; Dasavatara; Blue Gorge; Curved Tree; Tree Tangle; Rock Warrior; Lake Yarrunga Colours; Stonefish; Lake Yarrunga; Rock Warrior 2.

Across the Top

Label: Tall Poppies
Released: 2015

Flying

Label: Tall Poppies
Released: 2005
Track listing: Bells of Happiness; Flying; Rise and Fall in an Eastern Fashion; Unisons Unique; Blues for Modern Times; Festival after Victory; Absorbed; Ascending; Sunflower Dance; Dragons of the Mind; Dance for Joyful Spirits; Three Colours; Music at the Speed of Breath

Powerful Medicine

Label: Tall Poppies
Released: 2005
Track listing: Powerful Medicine; It's Only a Matter of Time; South-Westerly Change; Rock Garden; On the Crest; Evening's Greeting; Blue Thing; J.F.P.; Pendulum; Lost in the Translation

Live at Adelaide Festival 1980

Label: Tall Poppies
Released: 2005
Track listing: Rolling Thunder (7:05), Cyber Herod (11:01), Listen to the Song of Life (8:06), Bells (18:12), Offering (5:51), Bindo (10:04)

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AtmaSphere: Flying

Read "Flying" reviewed by John Kelman

Like vibraphonist/percussionist Daryl Pratt's Sonic Fiction, which has enjoyed greater popularity in its home base of Australia, the group AtmaSphere, led by drummer/percussionists David Jones but also featuring Pratt along with bassist Adam Armstrong (also from Sonic Fiction) and “vocussionist Carmen Warrington, has received exposure at home, but is little-known elsewhere. And that's a shame because ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sonic Fiction: Powerful Medicine

Read "Powerful Medicine" reviewed by John Kelman

Sometimes location is everything. Vibraphonist/percussionist Daryl Pratt was originally born in the States, but he relocated to Australia in the '80s, where he has enjoyed a full career as performer, composer, and educator. But while he's well-known in his part of the world, he's less so elsewhere. One wonders where he'd be today had he remained ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bruce Cale: Live at Adelaide Festival 1980

Read "Live at Adelaide Festival 1980" reviewed by Budd Kopman

Music that reaches the state of being timeless returns to the CD player over and over again. The Bruce Cale Quartet's Live at the Adelaide Festival is one of those very special releases. The music is 25 years old and sounds as fresh today as it must have sounded then. It also sounds much fresher and ...

Flying

Label: Tall Poppies
Released: 1993


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