BRETT WHITELEY - STRANGE BREW: SONGS OF INSPIRATION (1996)

Brett Whiteley (1939 - 1992) was one of the best-known Australian painters of the 20th century.
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Brett Whiteley - Strange Brew: Songs of Inspiration Cover

Tracks

Disc 1:

  1. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (4:46) - Nina Simone
  2. Interview (0:14) - Brett Whiteley
  3. Interview (0:15) - Bob Dylan  *
  4. Desolation Row (11:21) - Bob Dylan
  5. Bird On The Wire (4:24) - Joe Cocker
  6. Shiver Me Timbers (3:46) - Tom Waits
  7. Bach: Suite No. 1 in G Major (2:48) - Anner Bylsma
  8. O Superman (For Massenet) (8:23) - Laurie Anderson
  9. God Bless The Child (3:58) - Billie Holiday
  10. Coolsville (3:47) - Rickie Lee Jones
  11. I Cover The Waterfront (5:19) - John Lee Hooker
  12. The Unfaithful Servant (4:14) - The Band
  13. Willow (4:46) - Joan Armatrading
  14. Crazy Mama (2:23) - JJ Cale
  15. Interview (0:32) - Brett Whiteley
  16. Chelsea Hotel #2 (3:05) - Leonard Cohen
  17. Interview (7:18) - Brett Whiteley
  18. Night In Hell - Steve Kilbey (possibly a hidden track or part of the previous track) – 

Disc 2:

  1. Interview (1:02) - Mark Knopfler
  2. Romeo & Juliet (5:52) - Dire Straits
  3. Gymnopédie 1 (3:38) - Daniel Varsano
  4. Interview (0:12) - Brett Whiteley
  5. Many Rivers To Cross (3:00) - Jimmy Cliff
  6. Private Life (6:24) - The Pretenders
  7. Chidori No Kyoku (2:41) - Ayako Lister
  8. All Blues (11:33) - Miles Davis
  9. Two Lovers (3:42) - Ali Akbar Khan
  10. Last Night I Had A Dream (3:01) - Randy Newman
  11. Interview (0:27) - Brett Whiteley
  12. Strange Brew (2:47) - Cream
  13. Ball And Chain (9:10) - Big Brother & The Holding Company
  14. Interview (1:31) - Philip Adams
  15. Madame George (5:12) - Van Morrison
  16. Interview (0:29) - Brett Whiteley

* A 15-second snippet from a telephone interview with Bob Dylan (in Los Angeles) by Australian journalist Stuart Coupe (in Sydney) on 13 March 1992, in which he mentions artist Brett Whiteley.

Releases

Notes

Steve Kilbey reads "Night In Hell" from Arthur Rimbaud's A Season In Hell.