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Broderick Smith - Too Easy


Album Description

Through his career Broderick Smith has earned a deep respect from his peers, audiences, and from within the music industry, for the originality and strength of his songs and performance.


With a gift for an almost theatrical range of expression, he has delivered some of the most thoughtful and inspired music Australia has produced. Songs like Way Out West, My Shiralee, and My Father’s Hand.

Broderick started playing blues and folk music in the 60s. His first recording was in 1972 with blues and boogie band Carson, then in 1973, he was a founding member of The Dingoes, the legendary band that remains a pivotal inspiration in Australian country rock.


After a lengthy stint in the USA with The Dingoes, he returned to Australia and chart-topping success with his band Broderick Smith's Big Combo before resting from the stresses of constant touring, investigating the advertising industry, and ultimately returning to further hone his song-writing skills. Half a dozen solo albums later, Broderick is still evolving as an artist, and many believe the peak of his career and artistry, is still to come.

Album Tracks

  1. Rainy Day
  2. I Have No Song
  3. Aria Branca
  4. The Girl With Green Eyes
  5. Two Men & Some Dogs
  6. From The Hills
  7. Victim's Highway
  8. You're Not Naked
  9. Wind Dogs
  10. Starlight Lounge
  11. Xmas In Melbourne
  12. This Land
  13. Thirteen
  14. Going North
  15. Writers On Train
  16. Man To Man

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