31 episodes

Rewind with Steve Bell
Taking a look at some of history's most important albums.
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    • 4.8 • 84 Ratings

Rewind with Steve Bell
Taking a look at some of history's most important albums.
The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed on this podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of the publisher.

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    An Oral History Of Archie Roach's 'Charcoal Lane' Pt 1

    An Oral History Of Archie Roach's 'Charcoal Lane' Pt 1

    The latest season of Rewind delves into legendary singer-songwriter Archie Roach’s 1990 Charcoal Lane album. The oral history begins by travelling back to Roach’s pre-fame years and experiences that led to the album’s heart-wrenching narratives, and his being plucked from obscurity by Paul Kelly and Steve Connolly.
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    • 54 min
    An Oral History Of Archie Roach's 'Charcoal Lane' Pt 2

    An Oral History Of Archie Roach's 'Charcoal Lane' Pt 2

    Rewind’s Charcoal Lane season continues with stories about the making of the album in a small Melbourne studio owned by Greg Ham of Men At Work, how the album came together and Archie Roach's first experiences in a studio environment.
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    • 51 min
    An Oral History Of Archie Roach's 'Charcoal Lane' Pt 3

    An Oral History Of Archie Roach's 'Charcoal Lane' Pt 3

    Rewind learns of how Paul Kelly introduced Archie Roach to his label Mushroom for the release of Charcoal Lane. We hear how he was embraced by the label who he remains with to this day after more than 30 years.
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    • 45 min
    An Oral History Of Archie Roach's 'Charcoal Lane' Pt 4

    An Oral History Of Archie Roach's 'Charcoal Lane' Pt 4

    This chapter of Rewind traces the slow burn reaction to Archie Roach’s Charcoal Lane as it introduced many Australians to subjects such as the Stolen Generations and quickly started racking up awards and accolades.
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    • 53 min
    An Oral History Of Archie Roach's 'Charcoal Lane' Pt 5

    An Oral History Of Archie Roach's 'Charcoal Lane' Pt 5

    Rewind is joined by Briggs and Emma Donovan as they discuss the ongoing legacy of Charcoal Lane and how it not only kickstarted Archie Roach's career but inspired generations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to embark on their own musical voyage.
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    • 59 min
    An Oral History Of Paul Kelly's 'How To Make Gravy' Pt1

    An Oral History Of Paul Kelly's 'How To Make Gravy' Pt1

    Series eight of Rewind deep dives into Paul Kelly’s How To Make Gravy, first released 25 years ago. Steve Bell talks to Kelly about the song’s origin, stemming from a commission to contribute a song to a charity album. Workshopped at soundchecks and rehearsals, we hear about the song’s unceremonious debut in a small St Kilda shed. And one participant in the song’s evolution reveals a lie he told Paul Kelly about the song at the time.
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    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
84 Ratings

84 Ratings

Miasman ,

History of Charcoal Lane

This is a fabulous podcast series that just reels you in from episode 1. Thank you.
The timelines, with so many interesting interviews from not only Archie Roach, but all the main people and musicians involved in the making of that first album and the subsequent brilliant life that gave so much to so many is a must listen.
I will be sharing this with a few people who, like me, have a special place in their hearts for Archie Roach and Ruby Hunter.
For over a decade I worked with a guy who shared the streets and laneways of Fitzroy with Archie et al. and who also got his life back on track with the help of a strong woman…..after many, many years.
The fact that Archie Roach went through so much pain and gave nothing but love and grace back is such an astonishing testament. His music was straight from the heart and his legacy will live forever.
Vale Archie Roach.

Appo18 ,

Rewind with Steve Bell - history of Charcoal Lane

This is a brilliant series of five episodes. The interviews really bring to life the stories behind this remarkable artist, Archie Roach and his groundbreaking record, Charcoal Lane

Pskosjakapakak ,

We’ll researched and great interviewees!

Love it.

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