Thursday, 31 December 2015

Electric Hippies - 1993 - Greedy People

Steve Balbi and Justin Stanley from the now defunct Noiseworks formed the psychedelic pop group Electric Hippies in 1993 and had top 30 success with the single, "Greedy People", and debut album, Electric Hippies both released in 1994.






1Greedy People 2:41
2Little Miss Star 2:59
3Letter Of Apology

DM3 - 1995 - Something Heavy

Basically this release was treading water while the band got the necessary money together for the completion of the Road To Rome album. A fabulous A-side with a "big" chorus that still deserves airplay!

The Musicians:

 Dom Mariani - Guitar & Lead Vocals
 Pascal Bartolone - Drums
 Toni Italiano - Bass & Backing Vocals


1. Something Heavy 
2. Know You Now (live) 
3. Foolish (live) 
4. Zero Hour 
5. Little Town Crier

Wednesday, 30 December 2015

DM3 - 1993 - Foolish

laying hot-rodded pop with potent hooks and a healthy supply of rock & roll energy, DM3 were founded by singer, guitarist, and songwriter Dom Mariani, who had already established himself as one of the movers and shakers on the Australian garage rock and power pop scene. Born in Fremantle in Western Australia in 1958, Mariani first achieved nationwide recognition with the band the Stems, whose fusion of garage rock and power pop made them cult heroes during their original run from 1983 to 1987. Shortly after the Stems ran their course, Mariani joined the alternative rock band the Someloves, whose relatively brief career lasted until 1990. In 1992, Mariani returned with a new combo, DM3, in which he handled vocals and guitar alongside Ian Campbell on lead guitar and backing vocals, Toni Italiano (a fellow Someloves alumni) on bass and vocals, and Pascal Bartolone (formerly of the Summer Suns) on drums.


1 Foolish   
2 Oriana   
3 High Rotations

Tuesday, 29 December 2015

Hunters & Collectors - 1993 - Holy GraiL

"Holy Grail" is a song performed by the Australian band Hunters & Collectors on their 1992 album Cut. It reached #20 on the Australian Charts. Hunters & Collectors formed in Melbourne in early 1981 originally the band were influenced by the Krautrock genre  featuring strong percussive influences, noisy guitar, and driving bass lines


1. "Holy Grail" 
2. "True Tears of Joy" (live & acoustic) 
3. "Where Do You Go?" (live & acoustic) 
4. "When the River Runs Dry" (live & acoustic) 
5. "Holy Grail" (live & acoustic)

Horsehead - 1998 - She Fell To Earth

Horsehead were an Australian hard rock band which formed in late 1991 by Scott Kingman on guitar (ex-Cattletruck), Cameron McKenzie on guitar, Andy McLean on vocals (both ex-21 Guns), Mick Vallance on bass guitar (Serious Young Insects, Boom Crash Opera) and Craig Waugh on drums (Uncanny X-Men). They toured nationally and internationally as well as supporting United States group, Metallica, on the Australian leg of their April 1998 tour.The single was released in one of two covers: the first a blurry grey one which actually was a misprint; the second features an angel.


1. "She Fell to Earth"   
2. "Cheesegrater"  
3. "B03" 

Wednesday, 23 December 2015

Deni Hines - 1996 - I'm Not In Love

Dohnyale "Deni" Sharon Hines (born 4 September 1970 in Sydney, New South Wales) is an Australian solo artist who had moderate chart success in the 1990s in Australia and New Zealand. She is the daughter of Marcia Hines. I'm Not in Love" was a minor hit for Deni reaching #86 on the OZ charts.


1. I'm Not In Love
2. It's Alright
3. Joy
4. It's Alright (Summertime Remix)

Renee Geyer - 1994 - Careless

Renée Rebecca Geyer (born 11 September 1953, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) is an Australian singer who has long been regarded as one of the finest exponents of jazz, soul and R&B idioms. Careless is a Paul Kelly song covered by Renee on her "Difficult Woman" album.


1 Careless  
2 Difficult Woman

Sunday, 13 December 2015

Mortal Sin - 1990 - I am immortal

Mortal Sin are an Australian thrash metal band that formed in 1985, and arguably the first band in Australia to play purely thrash metal. The band have split up and reformed numerous times.


1 I Am Immortal  
2 Lebanon    
3 Voyage Of The Disturbed

Saturday, 12 December 2015

Taxiride - 1999 - Get Set

 "Get Set" is the first single by Melbourne band Taxiride. It is the second track on their 1999 debut, Imaginate. The song was recorded in Ocean Way Studios, Los Angeles, and produced by Jack Joseph Puig. This song became a Top Twenty hit in Australia and Japan, but it was not as popular in the United States of America.


1 Get Set   
2 Voodoo Doll Sin    
3 Splash

Wolfmother - 2005 - Mind's Eye

"Mind's Eye" is a song by Australian hard rock band Wolfmother, featured on their 2005 debut album Wolfmother. When released as the first single from the album, it was well received by critics and reached number twenty nine in the ARIA Charts.
"Mind's Eye" was released as a double A-side CD single in Australia on 16 October 2005. The second featured song is "Woman", which was later released as a separate single in 2006. "The Earth's Rotation Around the Sun", an instrumental, was featured as the single's B-side.


1."Mind's Eye"
3."The Earth's Rotation Around the Sun"

Thursday, 3 December 2015

Tina Arena - 1995 - That's the Way a Woman Feels

 Arena co-wrote all of the songs on the original release of the album which was produced by David Tyson. The album spawned six successful singles "Chains", "Sorrento Moon (I Remember)", "Heaven Help My Heart", "Wasn't It Good", "That's the Way a Woman Feels" (charted at #31 in Australia) and the cover version of Maria McKee's song "Show Me Heaven".

Don't Ask nominated Arena for ten ARIA Awards throughout 1995 and 1996.


1. That's the Way a Woman Feels [New Horns Mix]
2. Sorrento Moon (I Remember) [Spanish Version]
3. Wasn't it Good [Live Solo]
4. Chains [World Jeep Mix]

Iggy Pop - 1990 - Candy

 "Candy" is a song by Iggy Pop from his ninth solo album, Brick by Brick. The song is a duet with Kate Pierson of The B-52's, and was released as the album's second single in September 1990. The song became the biggest mainstream hit of Pop's career, as he reached the US Top 40 chart for the first and only time.


1. "Candy"
2. "The Undefeated" (acoustic demo version)
3. "Butt Town" (acoustic demo version)

Jon Stevens - 1993 - Going Down

Going Down released in 1993and taken from the album "Are U Satisfied" it reached #39 on the Australian charts.


1. Going Down
2.  Midnight Train

Jet - 2003 - Rollover DJ

"Rollover DJ" is the second single (except in the United States, where it was the third, after "Cold Hard Bitch") by the Australian rock band Jet, from their debut album Get Born (14 September 2003). It was released in November, two months after the album, and was promoted with two different music videos. It reached the Top 40 on both the ARIA Singles Chart and the UK Singles Chart.


1."Rollover DJ"
2."Are You Gonna Be My Girl (Live at the Gaelic Club, Sydney)"
3."Take It or Leave It (Live at the Gaelic Club, Sydney)"
4."Sgt Major"
5."Back Door Santa"

Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Jon Stevens - 1992 - Jesus Christ Superstar

Stevens was part of three Australian productions of Jesus Christ Superstar, and played the character of Judas twice. On the third occasion, during the 2013 live arena tour, he played the character of Pontius Pilate.

Jon Stevens (born 8 October 1961) is a New Zealand-born Australian singer of Māori descent. Solo artist lead singer of Noiseworks and fronted INXS From 2000 to 2003 after the death of their lead singer Michael Hutchence.


01 Superstar
02 Heaven On Their Minds

Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Killing Heidi - 2004 - Calm Down

"Calm Down" is Killing Heidi's eighth single released and the second single from their third self-titled album Killing Heidi. The song was the #1 most added song to Australian radio during the week of its release it made #23 on the charts. Lead singer Ella Hooper said of the song, "it's about having a big crush on someone". The video was shot in the grand open spaces of Broken Hill, New South Wales.


1. "Calm Down" 
2. "Never Know Me" 
3. "See What's Inside

Tuesday, 6 October 2015

David Campbell - 2003 - Hope

David Joseph Campbell (born 6 August 1973, Adelaide, South Australia) is an Australian singer, stage performer and television presenter. He has performed and recorded many different genres of music from rock to classics. He is the son of rock and soul singer Jimmy Barnes.

Hope was released on the 13 June 2003 and charted #8 (ARIA singles chart)


1 Hope    
2 Waiting    
3 Hope Live Acoustic

Neil Finn - 1998 - Sinner

"Sinner" is the debut solo single by New Zealand singer/songwriter, Neil Finn, released in 1998.

An acoustic version of the song was performed live and released on Radio Austin 107.1 KGSR's "Broadcasts Vol. 6" album.


3.808 Song
4.Identical Twin

The Dukes - 1992 - Faith

The Dukes were an Australian rock band active from 1991 to 1994. Initially called Sean Kelly and the Iron Dukes, they were formed by Sean Kelly (ex-Models, Absent Friends) on vocals and keyboards; and Geoffrey Stapleton (GANGgajang, Absent Friends) on keyboards and guitar. They were soon joined by Michael Armiger (Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls, The Go-Betweens) on bass guitar; Michael King (Absent Friends) on guitar and backing vocals; and John Mackay (Absent Friends) on drums and percussion

In 1992 they released the single "Faith" wich reached #28 the Australian singles charts.


1 Faith 
2 Gun In My Hand
3 Bluesville

Lash - 2001 - Take Me Away

Take Me Away, Lash's first single, was released on 26 March 2001. It reached number 33 in the weekly ARIA chart during April 2001 and received a large amount of radio play. The single version does not include the guitar solo used in the film.
Their song "Take Me Away" was featured on the Freaky Friday soundtrack in 2003, which was performed by the main character's (Lindsay Lohan's) band in the film.


1."Take Me Away"
2."Aloha Mr Hand"

Tuesday, 22 September 2015

INXS - 1991 - Shining Star

"Shining Star" is a song by Australian popular rock band INXS and was the only single issued from the band's live album, Live Baby Live, released in November 1991. It is the one new studio track recorded for the album and it peaked at No. 21 on the ARIA Singles Chart,[1] No. 27 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming the group's ninth Top 40 single. In the United States, it peaked at No. 4 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart and No. 14 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, but did not appear on the Billboard Hot 100.


  1. "Shining Star"
  2. "Send a Message" (Live)
  3. "Bitter Tears" (Live)
  4. "The Loved One" (Live)

Sunday, 23 August 2015

Eskimo Joe - 2006 - Black Fingernails, Red Wine

"Black Fingernails, Red Wine" is the first single by Australian alternative rock band Eskimo Joe, taken from their third studio album of the same name. It has been their most successful single to date: their first song to chart in the top ten of the ARIA Singles Chart (peaking at #6); spent 19 weeks in the top 20, and won Single of the Year at the ARIA Music Awards of 2006. It also made #2 on the Triple J Hottest 100, 2006.


1. "Black Fingernails, Red Wine"   4:06
2. "Japanese Waitress"   3:00
3. "Don't Get Me Wrong"   4:50
4. "From the Sea" (Performed Live on Rove Live 8 June 2004)

Saturday, 22 August 2015

Something for Kate - 2002 - Say Something

"Say Something"  released 2002 and had a week in the top 40 at #40 it was the fourth single release from "Echolalia" (2001)


1. Say Something
2. Folded Paper Boats
3. Whatever You Want (Live at The Chapel)
4. Chapel St. Etc (Live at The Chapel)
5. Dreamworld

Something For Kate - 2001 - Monsters FLAC UPGRADE 23.03.2019

Something for Kate is a rock band from Melbourne, Australia, led by songwriter, vocalist and guitarist Paul Dempsey. The band was formed in 1994 and signed to the Murmur record label a year later when its three members were aged only 19. They have released six studio albums, two of which have topped Australia's ARIA Charts, with three others reaching the top 10.

Monsters was the first single released from Something for Kate’s third album, ‘Echolalia’ and charted at #15


1.Monsters (single version)
2.Hawaiian Robots
3.The Astonaut (live acoustic)
5. Monsters (album version)

Wednesday, 5 August 2015

Bernie Hayes - 1998 - Casting Couch

Bernie Hayes is an Australian singer/songwriter who has released four albums as a solo artist and written songs for other Australian artists notably "You Made Me Hard" which was the third single from the The Whitlams Love This City album. He first came to public prominence when he joined Club Hoy in 1990.


1 Casting Couch   
2 Slumber   
3 You Made Me Hard

Def FX - 1993 - Space Time Disco

Def FX are an Australian industrial-dance-rock group, formed in Sydney. The core of the group was Sean Lowry (also a visual artist & writer), Fiona Horne (vocalist and lyrics) and Martyn Basha (bassist and co-writer). It made #70 on the Australian charts and #24 on the American dance charts.


1 Space Time Disco
2 No Time For Nowhere (Aquarius Mix)
3 Space Time Disco (Tribe Trance)
4 Light Speed Collision (Live)

Crowded House - 1996 - Everything Is Good For You

 "Everything Is Good for You" is a 1996 song by rock group Crowded House. It was the first single released from the group's greatest hits compilation, Recurring Dream. It peaked at number ten on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart.


1."Everything Is Good for You"
2."History Never Repeats" (Live) – features Pearl Jam lead vocalist Eddie Vedder co-performing vocals.
3."Chocolate Cake" (Live) – begins with a live rendition of "Rocky Raccoon" by The Beatles
4."Into Temptation" (Live)

Ricki Lee - 2005 - Hell No!

"Hell No!" is the debut single by Australian recording artist Ricki-Lee Coulter. It was released as a CD single in June 2005, as the lead single from her self-titled debut album, Ricki-Lee. "Hell No!" debuted and peaked at number five on the ARIA Singles Chart and was certified gold by the Australian Recording Industry Association for shipments of 35,000 copies


1."Hell No!" 
2."Hell No!" (Instrumental)
3."Over the Rainbow"

James Blundell & James Reyne - 1992 - Way Out West

 In 1992, Australian country artists' James Blundell and James Reyne recorded a version and it became a huge hit, peaking at #2 in Australia. It was the highest charting single for both singers. It was included on Blundell’s album “This Road” and Reyne’s “The Best of James Reyne”, both released in 1992.


1.  Way Out West 
2.  James Blundell - She Won't Let You Down 
3.  James Reyne - Long Yard Rider

Saturday, 1 August 2015

Bachelor Girl - 1998 - Buses And Trains

Bachelor Girl was an Australian pop duo, formed in 1992 by Tania Doko as vocalist and James Roche as musician, producer and arranger. Their 1998 debut single, "Buses and Trains", was a top 10 hit in Australia and New Zealand; it peaked in the top 30 in Sweden and charted in the United Kingdom.


1.Buses and Trains
2.This Must Be Love
3.Buses and Trains (Roadside Mix)

Androids - 2002 - Do It With M@donn@

 The Androids are a rock band from Australia. Fronted by guitarist Tim Henwood (originally from The Superjesus) with members Sam Grayson, Matt Tomlinson and Marty Grech. While their 2002 single, "Do It With M@donn@", was commercially their most successful release - peaking at #4 in the Australia ARIA Singles Chart and #15 in the UK Singles Chart; their second and third singles, "Here She Comes" and "Brand New Life" could not replicate "Do It With M@donn@"'s success.


1 Do It With M@donn@ 
2 Gone
3 Overdose
4 Inside Out

Vanessa Amorosi - 1999 - Absolutely Everybody

"Absolutely Everybody" is a song by Vanessa Amorosi, released as the second single from her debut album, The Power in 1999 by Transistor Music Australia.
"Absolutely Everybody" debuted and peaked at #6 on the ARIA Single Charts, her fourth highest charting single to date.
The song "Absolutely Everybody" was also released internationally and reached the Top 10 in the United Kingdom, and throughout Europe and South East Asia.


1. "Absolutely Everybody" (Radio version) 
2. "Absolutely Everybody" (Latino version) 
3. "Absolutely Everybody" (Extended version) 
4. "Absolutely Everybody" (Latino extended)

Thursday, 9 July 2015

Frenzal Rhomb - 1999 - You Are Not My Friend

  "You Are Not My Friend" released August 2011, reached #49 on the Australian charts and was taken from their album A Man's Not a Camel #11


1. You Are Not My Friend
2. Gambling, Vomit & Sleeping in the Bin
3.Get in the Van

Lime Spiders - 1992 - Blood Sugar Sex Lawson


1 Slavegirl
2 Beyond The Fringe
3 Out Of Control
4 Save My Soul
5 Weirdo Libido
6 9 Miles High


Bass – Tony Bambach (tracks: 1 to 5) 
Bass – Phil Hall (Track: 3)
Drums – Richard Lawson
Guitar – Gerard Corben (tracks: 3 to 6), Richard Jackimysyzn* (tracks: 1, 2)
Vocals – Mick Blood

"Weird Libido" from the movie Young Einstein
Tracks 1 - 5 from the album "Headcleaner"
Track 6 from the album "Beethoven's Fist"

Lash - 2001 - Beauty Queen

Lash were an all-female alternative/punk rock band from Perth, Australia. The members Belinda-Lee Reid (vocals, guitar), Jaclyn Pearson (drums), Jessica Bennett (lead guitar) and Micaela Slayford (vocals, bass) all met in high school (Santa Maria College) in Attadale, Western Australia. Beauty Queen was released on 27 August 2001. It reached number 31 in the weekly ARIA chart, and included their earlier hit.


1."Beauty Queen"
2."Beauty Queen" (Bump and Grind Remix)
3."Take Me Away"

Mach Pelican - 2007- She's A Mod

Mach Pelican were a punk rock band formed in Perth, Australia in 1996. In 1998, they relocated to Melbourne, Australia. They announced their farewell tour in July 2007, and played their final show in Tokyo, Japan on 17 September 2007.

The band was formed by three Japanese students who were studying English in Perth in 1996. After touring extensively, Mach Pelican moved to Melbourne in 1998. In eleven years, Mach Pelican played 800 shows, touring with bands such as The Buzzcocks, Radio Birdman, Rancid, The Hard Ons, Butthole Surfers, Guitar Wolf, Supersnazz, The Donnas, You Am I, The Spazzys and The Porkers.

Band lineup 

  • Keisuke Nakamura - Guitar/Vocals
  • Atsushi Omori - Bass/Vocals
  • Toshi Maeda - Drums/Vocals


1. She's A Mod
2.  Next Week
3. Spit The Rock Out [Live]

Grinspoon - 2004 - Better Off Alone

"Better Off Alone" is a song by Grinspoon which was released as the second single from their fourth studio album Thrills, Kills & Sunday Pills.The song peaked at No. 30 on the ARIA Singles Chart and polled at No. 26 on Triple J's Hottest 100 of 2004.


1. "Better Off Alone"    
2. "Angel In the Sand"   
3. "Souvenir"    
4. "Sold My Soul"  

Hoodoo Gurus - 1994 - You Open My Eyes

"You Open My Eyes" is a single by iconic Australian rock group Hoodoo Gurus which reached #43 on the ARIA Singles Charts. It was released on BMG in February, 1994; and was written by Brad Shepherd. This was the first Hoodoo Gurus single that was not written or co-written by Dave Faulkner. The B side, "Something I Forgot to Say", was written by Faulkner. The second B side was a cover of The Victims' "Television Addict" written by James Baker and Faulkner (both were members of The Victims and of Hoodoo Gurus).


1."You Open My Eyes"  
2."Something I Forgot to Say"  
3."Television Addict" recorded live to air in Perth, October 31, 1993

Push Push - Trippin'

"Trippin'" was the first single from New Zealand glam metal band Push Push. The single was number one in New Zealand for six weeks and the only local song to top the New Zealand charts in 1991. It also chatred at #25 here in Australia.


1. Trippin'
2. Blondes

Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Jenny Morris - 1991 - Break In The Weather

"Break in the Weather " taken from the x3 Platinum album Shiver the single reached #2 in Australia and #5 in NZ.


1. Break In The Weather (7'inch Version)
2. Break In The Weather (Extended Version)

Friday, 3 July 2015

The Living End - 2005 - What's on Your Radio

"What's on Your Radio" was the first single from Australian rock band The Living End's 4th album State of Emergency. Its release date was 21 November 2005. The single was available for pre-sale at the Coke Live 'n' Local Tour, featuring a different tracklist. "What's on Your Radio" was voted to number 49 in the Triple J Hottest 100 for 2005 it made it to #9 on the charts.


1."What's on Your Radio"
3."Wrong Side of the Tracks"

Thursday, 2 July 2015

Silverchair - 2002 - Luv Your Life

"Luv Your Life" is the third single by Australian rock band Silverchair from their fourth album Diorama, which was released in 2002. The song was released as a single and a video was made in which the band was portrayed as animated characters.  "Luv Your Life" reached #20 on the Australian charts.


1."Luv Your Life"
2."The Greatest View" (on Rove Live)
3."Without You" (on Rove Live)
4.Rove Live interview with Daniel Johns (audio)

Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Diesel - 1991 - Love Junk

Love Junk was released in 1991 and went to #19 on the Australian charts it was taken from the #1 album Hepfidelity.

Slight Boo Boo on this one Password=AJH


1. Love Junk
2. Love Junk Violent

Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Vanessa Amorosi - 2008 - Perfect

"Perfect" is the Platinum selling single from Vanessa Amorosi's album Somewhere in the Real World #4. The single was released digitally on 5 April 2008 and physically on 26 April 2008. The Single went Platinum and reached #4 on the charts.


1."Perfect" — 04:49
2."Perfect" (Radio version) — 03:20
3."Perfect" (Soulful version) — 06:09
4."Perfect" (Instrumental) — 04:52

Sunday, 14 June 2015

Killing Heidi - 1999 - Mascara + Leave Me Alone UPGRADED TO FLAC

The original 2-track release of "Mascara" debuted on 10 November 1999 at #47 on the ARIA Singles Chart. After seven weeks it had peaked at #3. Then on 2 January 2000, the deluxe single debuted at #1 and stayed there for a further three weeks. After a combined total of 23 weeks, it exited the top 50, certified Platinum.

                              Deluxe Single

                             1."Mascara" (Radio edit)
                             2."Leave Me Alone" (Radio mix)
                             3."Weir" (Acoustic mix)
                             4."Superstar" (Acoustic mix)
                             5."Weir" (Radio mix)

Taxiride- 1999 - Everywhere You Go

"Everywhere You Go" is the second single by the Melbourne band Taxiride, released after Get Set. It is the third track on their 1999 debut, #1 album Imaginate. The song was recorded in Ocean Way Studios, Los Angeles, and produced by Jack Joseph Puig. As with Get Set, this song was released before the album. The single reached #15 in Australia and #30 in Nwe Zealand.


1."Everywhere You Go"
2."Get Set" (Original Demo Version)

Saturday, 13 June 2015

Rick Price - 1993 - Walk Away Renee

Released in 1993 "Walk Away Renee" reached #21 on the Australian charts and was lifted from his successful #3 album Heaven Knows.


                              01 Walk Away Renee
                              02 Tenterfield Saddler
                              03 Wishin'

Powderfinger - 1996 - Pick You Up

"Pick You Up" is the first single released from Powderfinger's second album Double Allergic. The single was released on 13 April 1996, and was Powderfinger's first moderate success both on commercial and Indie radio stations, and the most successful single from the album reaching #23 on the ARIA Charts.


1."Pick You Up" – 4:19
2."Toffee Apple" – 2:24
3."Wobbly Knee" – 3:56
4."Come Away" – 3:55
5."Piles" (Hidden Track)

Bernard Fanning - vocals, Guitar Keyboards and Harmonica
John Collins - Bass Guitar
Ian Haug - Lead Guitar 
Darren Middleton - Lead Guitar, Keyboards
Jon Coghill - Drums and Percussion

Screaming Jets - 1991 - Better

The single "Better" was the second single from the #2 album All For One was released in March 1991 and peaked at No. 4.


                             1. Better
                             2. Rocket Man

Band Members

Dave Gleeson – vocals 
Paul Woseen – bass guitar, backing vocals 
Grant Walmsley – guitar, backing vocals 
Brad Heaney – drums 
Richard Lara – guitar 

Living End - 2006 - Wake Up

"Wake Up" is the second single from The Living End's fourth album, State of Emergency. It was released on 18 February 2006, in Australia. The song was both popular on Australian and New Zealand radio stations. It also peaked at number five in the Australian ARIA Singles Chart


                             1."Wake Up" (Album Version) (C. Cheney) 
                             2."Girls Talk" (Elvis Costello) 
                             3."Don't Turn Away" (C. Cheney)