Wendy Matthews - Day By Day download album
Wendy Joan Matthews (born 1960) is an Australian adult alternative pop singer originally from Canada who has been a member of Models and Absent Friends and is a solo artist. She released Top 20 hit singles in the 1990s including "Token Angels", "Let's Kiss (Like Angels Do)", "The Day You Went Away" and "Friday's Child" with Top 20 albums, You've Always Got the Blues (duet album with Kate Ceberano), Émigré, Lily, The Witness Tree and her compilation, Stepping Stones.
The Day You Went Away" is the first single released by Australian recording artist Wendy Matthews from her second solo studio album, Lily, originally recorded and released by Soul Family Sensation in 1992. The single was released 31 August 1992 on the rooART label and debuted on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart at No. 43 in September, before peaking at No. 2 in December 1992. This is Matthews' highest charting single on the Australian chart
Instruments: Voice, range: E3-C Piano Guitar Backup Vocals. The Arrangement Details Tab gives you detailed information about this particular arrangement of The Day You Went Away - not necessarily the song. Not the arrangement you were looking for? View All Arrangements.
Born in Canada, Wendy Matthews found herself in Australia in 1982 working as a backing vocalist for Glenn Shorrock. She stayed in Sydney and sang with Jimmy Barnes, Models, Tim Finn and Richard Clapton. By 1988 her soundtrack album with Kate Ceberano, You’ve Always Got the Blues, was a Top 5 hit and the next year sang I Don’t Wanna Be With Nobody But You with Absent Friends
She is the eighth studio album released by Australian singer Wendy Matthews in November 2008. She is a collection of personal favourite songs by women who have inspired her over the years, songs by Bonnie Raitt, Aretha Franklin, Chrissie Hynde, Joni Mitchell and Buffy St Marie. This is her first independent album on her own "Barking Bear Records" label. Fallen Angels – 3:48 (Buffy Sainte-Marie from Coincidence and Likely Stories. Cherokee Louise – 4:23 (Joni Mitchell from Night Ride Home).
Stepping out of civilisation and into the wilderness can be a life-changing discovery of the soul. Cameron Adams, Music Writer for the Telegraph wrote about The Welcome Fire under Album of the Week! Tour.
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