EARTH MUSIC E.P. (1994)

Earth Music E.P. Cover

Tracks

  1. The World's Got Everything In It (4:08) - Ross Wilson with Uptown Rulers
  2. Don't Change (3:01) - Dave Steel and the Roadside Prophets
  3. Room Full Of Diamonds (4:28) - The Church
  4. the environment [Lake At Midnight recorded by Ron Sims and mixed by Edo Brands] (8:50)

Credits for "Room Full Of Diamonds"

written by Brian Nichol
originally recorded by The Radiators
performed by The Church

vocals/bass - Steve Kilbey
electric guitars/background vocals/keyboards - Marty Willson-Piper
drums/background vocals/acoustic guitar - Martin Rössel
engineered by Martin Rössel
mixed by Marty Willson-Piper

Releases

Notes

This is the first release from E.M.T. Productions for the Earth Music Trust. A full length Earth Music album was also released - see below.

"Room Full Of Diamonds" is a cover of a Radiators song from 1981. See video below.



"Room Full Of Diamonds" also appeared on the Gypsy Queen CD-Single:

GYPSY QUEEN (1995)

Gypsy Queen - Joe Camilleri
Room Full Of Diamonds (4:28) - The Church



"The World's Got Everything In It," "Don't Change," and "Gypsy Queen" were all tracks from the full length Earth Music album:

EARTH MUSIC (1994)

Earth Music Cover

Tracks

  1. The World's Got Everything In It - Ross Wilson with Uptown Rulers
  2. Don't Change - Dave Steel and The Roadside Prophets
  3. Sad Dark Eyes - Ed Kuepper and The Serene Machine
  4. Saints and Kings - Weddings Parties Anything
  5. Boy On The Run - The Badloves
  6. Flame Trees - The Killjoys
  7. Gypsy Queen - Joe Camilleri
  8. Throw Your Arms Around Me - Kate Ceberano
  9. The Underground - Diesel
  10. Know Your Product - Hunters and Collectors
  11. Black and Blue - Jimmy Barnes
  12. Not Even Close - Chris Bailey
  13. Nhyul Nhyul Girl - Shane Howard and Archie Roach
  14. Golden Miles - Daryl Braithwaite
  15. Eternally Yours - Died Pretty
  16. Over Now - The Falling Joys

Releases

Notes

This album was produced as a Greening Australia (environmental group focused on re-vegetating Australia) fundraiser and awareness boosting effort. It was an all-Australian affair, with artists performing songs by other Australian acts. The artists did it all for free. Many of the song writers and publishers donated a portion of their incomes for the cause as well.