MISSY HIGGINS - ON A CLEAR NIGHT, album released in Australia April 28th 2007.
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Missy Higgins [born Melissa Morrison Higgins on August 19th 1983 in Melbourne, Victoria] is an award-winning Australian singer-songwriter, best known for the hit singles 'Scar', 'The Special Two' and 'Steer'. Missy Higgins began her professional musical career in mid-2001, while she was still in boarding school. When she went home to visit her family she would occasionally sing in her brother's band. During this time she worked with the Kool Skools programme and also won the Triple J Unearthed competition while in high school with her song 'All For Believing', which she wrote at 16 and later included in her first release. After attracting the attention of manager John Watson, she released her first EP with his record label Eleven in November 2003. Her second EP Scar was released in August 2004, debuting at No.1 on the Australian charts. Her first album, 'The Sound Of White', was released in September 2004 Missy's debut cd, 'the sound of white', remained in the australian top 40 for over two years after its release. The album is now certified 9 times platinum and is one of the highest selling australian albums of all time. Many of her songs are based around her performance on the piano and guitar.
'On A Clear Night' is the second studio album by Australian female artist Missy Higgins, which was released by Eleven on April 28th 2007. The first single from 'On A Clear Night' was 'Steer', which swiftly rose to the top position of the Australian Singles chart in its first week of release. Higgins actually started writing tracks for her second album as soon as she had finished recording 'The Sound Of White'. She stated that “I started quite early because I knew there would be a lot of pressure for the second album and I didn’t want to write songs under anyone’s stopwatch. It hasn’t been too bad.” Despite primarily being a pianist, the guitar was the foundation for most of the songs on the album. Higgins admitted that it was easier to write songs on guitar while on tour as opposed to having to "plug your keyboard in, plug it in, set it all up and get headphones”. She joked that she is now a much better guitar player and a worse piano player because she was unable to play it over the last few years. Neil Finn appeared on this album to play the electric guitar for the song 'Peachy'.
01 Where I Stood
02 100 Round The Bends
06 Warm Whispers
07 The Wrong Girl
10 Going North
11 Forgive Me
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