What I Want

Track 2 from the 2000 album “Beauty & Innocence” In Retro it’s almost Emo. My favourite surf guitar solo, big chorus and a bit of a hit on JJJ thanks to Caroline Tran. The clip features footage from my Dad’s home movies. The band in Hawaiian shirts is live in the Surfer’s Paradise Hotel beer…

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Beauty & Innocence

Track 7 from the 2000 album “Beauty & Innocence” a wordplay that walks from idealised love to disappointment – and back. LISTEN on Spotify and Apple Music Beauty & Innocence Words & Music Mark Hilton Copyright © 1996 Catalogue #304 Beauty called up Innocence to go out on a date “Let’s go out together, before…

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Come On Cal

Track 3 from the 2003 album “Here Come the Indians” RockStar gone wrong – great performance from Victor Griss here. LISTEN on Spotify and Apple Music Come On Cal Words & Music Mark Hilton Copyright © 2000 Catalogue #370 Come on Cal You missed your aeroplane A bottleneck Let me guess You meant to do…

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I Wanna Drive

Track 4 from the 2003 album “Here Come the Indians” Smutty adult sing-a-long, thinly disguised as a romper room ditty. LISTEN on Spotify and Apple Music I Wanna Drive Words & Music Copyright © 2000 Mark Hilton Catalogue #366 I wanna drive, I wanna drive Get your hands off the wheel I wanna drive Virtual…

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The Two Few – LIVE

Two minute sampler of the acoustic band performing at the Darwin Festival 2009 and Mindil Markets with Toby, Dan, Alex and the Retro Bordello Strings featuring Netanela Mizrahi. The audio is just off the camera mic but you get the picture. We were called the Lavender Girls back then.

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Landing On Your Feet

Track 4 from the 2009 album “A Good Man” by Mark Hilton & the Lavender Girls. Clip directed by Megan Spencer. Features Jess Ribeiro & Karen Cieri of Darwin, Australia. LISTEN on Spotify and Apple Music Landing On Your Feet Words & Music Mark Hilton Copyright © 2007 Catalogue #435 There she stands with her…

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Max’s Suitcase

The studio version is Track 11 on the 2012 album “Lookin’ At You” by Mark Hilton & the Two Few A children’s song that will remind adults of a time when their world was a kaleidoscope of wonderful discoveries. I wrote the tune for my nephew, recorded it quickly and tinkered on the video clip…

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Lazy Susan

 This is the demo version. The studio version with banjo is Track 7 on the 2012 album “Lookin’ At You” by Mark Hilton & the Two Few Shot entirely on an iPhone when that was a relatively new idea… A few of you have been asking about the guitar sound. I wish I could…

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