Songs of Protest and Survival

by Brenda Liddiard

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This album tells the story of a decade of involvement in direction action campaigns in Australia and New Zealand. Each song stirs memories for me of the hundreds of people with the courage and commitment to stand up and be counted, be harassed, and even persecuted, in defence of our Earth and her species. The songs are dedicated to those people, most of whom continue to work in many and varied ways for a better world for our children.

credits

released January 1, 1991

Brenda Liddiard: Vocals/Guitars/Mandolin/BVs
Mark Laurent: Guitars/Rowan Lute/BVs
Arthur Ranford: Violin/flute/percussion
Eddie Orange: Bass
Fraser Bruce: Congas/percussion
Kevin Adair: Drums
Chris Mason-Batley: Saxophone/Dobro
Louise & Josiah: BVs (on Tonka Toys)

Originally recorded at Subliminal Studios, Mt Wellington, Auckland, by Steve Hayr, 1991.
Produced by Mark, Brenda & Steve
Remastered at Braeburn Studios, Wellington, by Robbie Duncan, 2001
Cover Photo by Nigel Atkins

All songs © Brenda Liddiard 1991, except:
Tonka Toys (Mig Smith); Interlute (Mark Laurent); Bitter Wind (with Mark Laurent)

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Brenda Liddiard Auckland, New Zealand

Brenda has been writing songs and playing guitar and mandolin since the 1970’s. She moved from the UK to Australia in 1974, where her songs for environmental and anti-nuclear campaigns were very influential.

Since 1986 she has lived in New Zealand..Brenda’s solo album, Box of Memories, was a finalist for the New Zealand Music Awards Best Folk Album in 2013.
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