Starting with Uriah Heep circa 1972 with their long-time drummer Lee Kerslake, who passed away this week; plus classic music from Levi Smith's Clefs (Adelaide) and more recent recordings from Unitopia (Adelaide) and Sebastian Hardie (Sydney); as well as newly released songs from expat singer Emily Barker (now based in the UK). From the Seasons Of Change Birthday Book, Wendy Saddington (Melbourne).
Uriah Heep Poet’s justice (1972) (Demons and Wizards)
Uriah Heep Blind eye + The magician’s birthday (1972) (The Magician’s Birthday)
Levi Smith's Clefs You can’t do that (1970) (Empty Monkey)
Wendy Saddington & The Copperwine Five people said I was crazy (live, 1971) (Wendy Saddington & The Copperwine Live)
Emily Barker Where have the sparrows gone? (2020) (A Dark Murmuration)
Sebastian Hardie Four Moments suite (live) (1997) (Live in LA)
Unitopia More than a dream (live) (2011) (One Night In Europe)
Camel Wait (live) (1984) (Pressure Points – Live In Concert)
Camel Fingertips (1984) (Stationary Traveller)
Emily Barker The woman who planted trees (2020) (A Dark Murmuration)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)
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The Levi Smith's Clefs, fronted by Barrie McAskill, flailing dramatically at their instruments to accompany one of their more concise songs, "Road runner", for the ABC TV show Hit Scene:
From Emily Barker (originally from Bridgetown, WA):