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Breaking Ground - New Directions in Country Music

Breaking Ground - New Directions in Country Music
Compilation album
Released1990
LabelABC Records
Singles from Breaking Ground - New Directions in Country Music
  1. "Wait For The Light To Shine"

Breaking Ground - New Directions in Country Music is a compilation album of Australian contemporary country music.[1] It was produced by John Spence[2] and released in Australia by ABC Records in 1990. It was nominated for a 1991 ARIA Award for Best Country Album. The album inspired two Breaking Ground concerts which featured many of the artists that appeared on the release.[1] The album was nominated for Album of the Year at the 1991 Australasian Country Music Awards.[3] Anne Kirkpatrick's contribution saw her nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year at the same awards.[4]

Singles

The album's last track "Wait For The Light To Shine" was released as a single backed by "Up On The Mountain (instrumental)

Awards

Year Award-Giving Body Award Result
1991 ARIA Music Awards Best Country Album [5] Nominated

Track listing

  1. Until the next big dry - James Blundell
  2. Prodigal son - The Kanes
  3. There's a light on - Keith Urban
  4. Till you love me again - Anne Kirkpatrick
  5. Loosen my necktie - The Danglin' Bros
  6. Up on the mountain - The Breaking Ground Band
  7. How come - Blue Healers
  8. Time will tell - The Happening Thang
  9. It makes no difference - Jenine Vaughan
  10. Lonesome, lonely & alone - Mary-Jo Starr
  11. Country man - Fargone Beauties
  12. Wait for the light to shine - Various
The final track on the album was performed by all of the artists that appear on the earlier tracks.

References

  1. ^ a b Tulich, Katherine (4 January 1991), "Urbane cowboys", Sydney Morning Herald
  2. ^ Elder, Bruce (31 October 1990), "Bustin' down barriers", Sydney Morning Herald
  3. ^ Jarvis, Susan (9 June 1991), "Fargone Beauties on a high roll thanks to some lucky accidents", Sydney Morning Herald
  4. ^ Jarvis, Susan (31 March 1991), "Anne hits her best on Out of the Blue", Sydney Morning Herald
  5. ^ "ARIA Awards Best Country Album". Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). Retrieved 2017.

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