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Across the Blue Mountains is my second album on Rouseabout Records released via Undercover Music. The CD contains 18 songs about the Blue Mountains.

Across the Blue Mountains - Jim Low

The Blue Mountains of New South Wales have been an inspiration for many of my songs. I have lived here for almost two thirds of my life.

Some of these songs are direct responses to the unique beauty and grandeur of the Mountains. I value living here, enjoy walking in the bushland and have developed a loving respect for this place I call home. I am continually excited by what I see and hear around me. There is always something new to learn about the Mountains.

The human impact has made this area rich in history and I have tried to capture some of this history in my songs. But reading the history has also made me aware of the fragility of the Mountains. They have been marked in many devastating ways by human hands. However, I believe that they have a capacity to survive. I have seen the resilience of the landscape after a bushfire.

I have also enjoyed adapting and sharing the responses of others to the Mountains through conversation, poetry, song and oral history recording. There is so much to appreciate about this area and there are countless stories still to tell.

All words and music © Jim Low
except Blue Mountain Blue by Alan Chinn
and the words to The Bush by James Lister Cuthbertson.

Recorded, mixed and mastered in Millthorpe NSW Australia by Roweth Music

Jim Low: vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica
Chloë Roweth: backing vocals, mandolin
Jason Roweth: fretless semi-acoustic bass, electric guitar

Artwork by Susannah Low
email: design@butterflyrocket.com


From the album 'Across The Blue Mountains' (RRR59)

Acrosss The Blue Mountains CD - Jim Low

$20   -   (plus $5 postage)

if you would prefer to mail your order.

Available digitally through iTUNES iTunes

Also available through:

Undercover Music
Megalong Books, Leura
Lindsay's Cafe, Faulconbridge
National Park Heritage Centre, Blackheath
Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, Katoomba

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