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Lookin’ At You
Mark Hilton & the Two Few (2012)

Songs about the buildup and the breakdown. It’s aching hearts, wounded friendships, tropical splendour and saving graces. All acoustic – guitar, harmonica, dobro, banjo, mandolin, violin, upright bass. Mastered in Nashville by Ray Kennedy.

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A Good Man
Mark Hilton & the Lavender Girls (2009)

From the far north comes this unexpected collaboration between an ex-Melbourne songsmith and a hillbilly trio. Bullfiddle, drums, dobro & banjo make this album all acoustic. It continues in the tradition of personal storytelling and captivating melodies.

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Here Come The Indians
Mark Hilton (2003)

A pop-rock affair with twangy grooves, catchy hooks, riffin’ guitars and a BritPop vibe. Anita Quayle plays some chilling cello on “Faith is a Fool” and “Underneath the Covers”.

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Beauty & Innocence
Mark Hilton (2000)

Surf guitar, Eastern bedlam and a guest appearance by Chris Copping (Procol Harum). “What I Want” was voted #4 in Australia on a JJJ listener’s poll. Eclectic rock for retro buffs.

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Sleep is Calling
Mark Hilton & the Holy Ghosts (1997)

Classic pop rock fare that swerves in a tempo-fest from subtle musings to a cool funky groove-a-long. The gothic conclusion is delta blues and cathedral like.

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