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Xavier rudd album

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Xavier Rudd will release his ninth studio album STORM BOY on May 25, and is Rudd's last solo release, the ARIA #2 and Gold Certified Spirit Bird, and a lot of. It's been six years since Rudd's last solo release, the ARIA #2 and Gold Certified Spirit Bird, and a lot of things have happened in that time. Storm Boy tracks the. Food in the Belly.

Released: 28 October ; Label: Salt. X Records Ltd., Universal Music Australia; Formats: CD, DD. 16, 97, Nanna is the eighth studio album recorded by Xavier Rudd and the United Nations, a band featuring a diverse group of musicians from Australia, South Africa.

Spirit Bird is the seventh studio album by Australian multi-instrumentalist Xavier Rudd. It was released on 8 June Contents. 1 Recording; 2 Reception.

Xavier Rudd - Solace album art Xavier Rudd - Food In The Belly album art Xavier Rudd - Spirit Bird album art, Xavier Xavier Rudd - White Moth album art . Xavier Rudd discography and songs: Music profile for Xavier Rudd, born 29 May Albums include Food in the Belly, Solace, and Dark Shades of Blue. Internationally, Xavier Rudd & The United Nations are excited to announce their new home at Nettwerk for North America, the UK and Europe. Xavier Rudd's eighth studio album, Nanna, was mixed by living legend Errol Brown at the Tuff Gong Studios and follows the wildly successful #2 Gold-selling album Spirit Bird ().

Music - Bio - NEWS - Tours. It's been six years since Rudd's last solo release, the ARIA #2 and Gold Certified Spirit Bird, and a lot of things have happened in that time.

Storm Boy tracks the. In , Rudd released Solace, his first album to be distributed by a major label—Universal Music Australia. Rather than inviting guest artists to join him on the record, Rudd performed all the instrumentation for the album alone with only a few overdubs.

Career - – Early - – Solace to - Rudd joins with.

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