Best of The Whitlams

Best of The Whitlams

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Purchase Album

Warner Music / Black Yak Records
CD Album
Cat No. 5144288042
Released : Aug, 2008

Disc 1: CD

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    Blow Up the Pokies
    Fondness Makes the Heart Grow Absent
    No Aphrodisiac
    Beauty in Me
    Fall for You
    Melbourne
    I Will Not Go Quietly
    You Sound Like Louis Burdett
    Thank You (for loving me at my worst)
    Royal in the Afternoon
    I Make Hamburgers
    Gough
    The Road is Lost (feat Torcha and TQO)
    Following My Own Tracks
    Shining
    The Curse Stops Here (Live with SSO)
    Keep the Light On (Live with SSO)
    Out the Back
    There’s No-one

 


Disc 2: DVD

  • The Stories Behind the songs interview with Tim Freedman Duration: 19:25
    Making of Love This City Doco (from the whitlam years DVD) Dur: 15:57
    Making of Torch The Moon Doco (from the whitlam years DVD) Dur: 7:02
    Where Is She from the Byron Bay Festival 1995 (from the whitlam years DVD) Dur: 4:15
    Live Performance of “Fondness Makes The Heart Grow Absent” (with SSO) Dur: 4.18
    Live Performance of “Ease of the Midnight Visit” (with SSO) Dur: 4.57
    CD & DVD version of the Best of the Whitlams – includes the hits Blow Up the Pokies and No Aphrodisiac as well as tracks recorded live with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra plus a DVD featuring an hour of footage.

 

Forming in 1992, THE WHITLAMS are one of Australia’s most respected and well-known bands. TRUTH, BEAUTY AND A PICTURE OF YOU captures all of The Whitlams much-loved hits from the beginning of their career and spans across their six studio albums. This special ‘Best Of’ release explores The Whitlams musical history – featuring favourites such as GOUGH, I MAKE HAMBURGERS, NO APHRODISIAC, BLOW UP THE POKIES and THANK YOU (FOR LOVING ME AT MY WORST) – and also includes a booklet with special track by track musical commentary. TRUTH, BEAUTY AND A PICTURE OF YOU includes KEEP THE LIGHT ON and THE CURSE STOPS HERE recorded live with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra – and a completely new track THE ROAD IS LOST