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Rewind with Steve Bell
Taking a look at some of history's most important albums.
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Rewind with Steve Bell
Taking a look at some of history's most important albums.
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    An Oral History Of Something For Kate's Echolalia Part 1

    An Oral History Of Something For Kate's Echolalia Part 1

    Season 7 of Rewind goes behind the scenes of Something For Kate’s revered Echolalia album. Twenty years after its release Steve Bell talks to band members Paul Dempsey, Stephanie Ashworth and Clint Hyndman along with the album’s producer Trina Shoemaker, former Sony A&R Craig Mathieson and John O’Donnell who signed the band to Sony imprint Murmur.
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    • 41 min
    An Oral History Of Something For Kate's Echolalia Part 2

    An Oral History Of Something For Kate's Echolalia Part 2

    Rewind’s seventh season commemorates the twentieth anniversary of Something For Kate’s Echolalia. This episode delves into how the band broke an epic spell of writer’s block with a trip to Thailand.
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    • 42 min
    An Oral History Of Something For Kate's Echolalia Part 3

    An Oral History Of Something For Kate's Echolalia Part 3

    This season of Rewind marks twenty years since the release of Something For Kate’s Echolalia. This episode finds the band buckling down for recording sessions in INXS member Garry Beers' studio as US producer Trina Shoemaker pushes past her initial culture shocks.
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    • 42 min
    An Oral History Of Something For Kate's Echolalia Part 4

    An Oral History Of Something For Kate's Echolalia Part 4

    As the oral history of Something For Kate’s Echolalia continues, the band and team discuss what is was like to have the first single from the album rejected by the head of Sony. That initially-rejected track Monsters would go on to be the band’s biggest hit.
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    • 49 min
    An Oral History Of Something For Kate's Echolalia Part 5

    An Oral History Of Something For Kate's Echolalia Part 5

    The season finale of Rewind’s deep dive into Something For Kate’s 2001 classic Echolalia. Here the band discuss the reaction to the album’s release, including the overwhelming success of lead single Monsters. Steve Bell is also joined by Missy Higgins who explains the influence the band had on the next generation of Australian musicians.
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    • 1 hr 2 min
    An Oral History Of The Triffids' Born Sandy Devotional Part 1

    An Oral History Of The Triffids' Born Sandy Devotional Part 1

    This season of Rewind marks 35 years since the release of The Triffids' Born Sandy Devotional. Steve Bell talks to band members Rob McComb and Graham Lee along with the band’s former manager Sally Collins, composer Adam Peters who played on Born Sandy Devotional and album engineer Nick Mainsbridge.
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    • 1 hr 9 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
68 Ratings

68 Ratings

Will I start fishing? ,

Love love love this

So awesome to hear from the band members and hear the music being discussed.

Nick Naulty ,

Love This.

Thanks so much for this Steve. Cannot recommend highly enough.

Fitzy SA ,

This has got me through lockdown.

If you are fan of our Australian bands in the 90’s this will blow you away. In depth and so interesting to see how the band and album were produced, marketed and exploded. Silverchair, Avalanches and Gurge are brilliant Steve, please give us more!!!

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