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Moira Tyers wrote Sailors Lament using rhythm,chord progressions and melody to evoke the feel of the sea. The story-a sailor returns to find his true love has taken up with someone else in his absence. Such is life! Wendy plays mandolin, Moy plays 12 string Maton and this song is produced by Stephen Blackburn for Layers, Dixie Chooks 1st album. 2016 www.dixiechooks.com
We wish you a Chooky Christmas ! The DixieChooks 2017
Wishing all your lovely YouTubey folk the merriest of festivus and wonderful 2018 to come. Wendy and I are about to embark on our 2nd album with pre production complete and ready to enter the mighty studio of Stephen Blackburn....and ably assisted but some fine musical friends. Have a lovely end of year rest and listen to our take on a medieval Carol ( Coventry Carol). We hope you enjoy it!🎄🍾🎉🎁 Keep posted on our adventures at EaleyandTyers.com They'll be a new website coming early next year!
Matty Groves - The Dixie Chooks Dec 2017
Here is our rendition of that much loved Fairport Convention song from their hugely popular album 'Liege and Lief'. This famous murder ballad probably originated from the 17th century and evolved into many different interpretations over the centuries. Big gory....but I guess they were in those days. We just love this catchy driving melody... Hope you like it ! Cheers Moira and Wendy aka DixieChooks Email EaleyandTyers@gmail.com
'Eyes for Africa' performed by DixieCHOOKS 11/6/18
Today Julie Tyers was awarded an OAM for her incredible work restoring sight to 1000s of people in both Africa and East Timor over the last 11 years. www.eyeforafrica.org www.ealeyandtyers.com www.unsungheroesofaustralianhistory.com Email- EaleyandTyers@gmail.com
Rain Never Comes
'Rain Never Comes' written by Moira Tyers (c) 2006 The wonderful Hugh Mcdonald produced my first album 'One Step Forward' way back in 2006. He played the haunting lead break on this track with his fiddle. Bass was performed by the very talented James Clark. I had heard an ABC news report from outback NSW where they were interviewing people experiencing drought. One 7 year old they spoke to had never seen rain. seemed unbelievable and how ironic with the current drought situation across Australia.
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