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Heath Cullen and the 45

Heath Cullen and the 45

Heath Cullen and the 45


Heath Cullen and the 45 are a southern rock-style group based in South East New South Wales, Australia. Their debut album was released in 2010 entitled 'A Storm Was Coming But I Didn't Feel Nothing'. Nurtured since birth by the sounds of the singular local Radio station, playing everything from Bert Jansch to KISS, Health Cullen and the 45 have been playing together since they were old enough to oppose digits, and it shows. Fittingly, The band’s performances have been described as “reckless, commanding and seemingly effortless”. Read more on Last.fm
Heath Cullen and the 45 are a southern rock-style group based in South East New South Wales, Australia. Their debut album was released in 2010 entitled 'A Storm Was Coming But I Didn't Feel Nothing'. Nurtured since birth by the sounds of the singular local Radio station, playing everything from Bert Jansch to KISS, Health Cullen and the 45 have been playing together since they were old enough to oppose digits, and it shows. Fittingly, The band’s performances have been described as “reckless, commanding and seemingly effortless”. Heath Cullen & The 45’s debut record shows a remarkably mature unity; songs are serviced as sensitively as you would expect a fine old blues ensemble to do.

Cullen writes tales of small town tragedy and dark-end-of-the-street love affairs with a personal passion inseparable from insights gleaned from the worlds he has visited through the wireless. “I wanted to make a record that sounds like a record, if you know what I mean… something that catches the band in it’s natural habitat.. a record of a time and a place.” A product of a unique shared geotopical upbringing, Heath Cullen & The 45’s “a storm was coming…” takes the listener to a place of accord, passion and beauty few debuts can lay claim to. “............

(Heath Cullen) may be best known as a guitarist of note for singers such as Lucie Thorne, (but) for those who have missed him with his excellent band, this album may come as a pleasant surprise. A storm was coming but i didn’t feel nothing is a remarkably assured debut, distinguished by Cullen’s feeling for space, texture and melody. The music, with its roots in blues, folk, country and late Sixties rock’n’roll, is played with an all-too-rare warmth and sensitivity. These are songs in no hurry to unfold, seemingly suspending time in their best moments.

Gently fingerpicked, broken-hearted laments such as Kathleen and Woke With the Birds are standouts, effortlessly conjuring small-town claustrophobia and regret. Cullen’s voice, sounding somehow young and old at the same time, is a wonderfully effective instrument, especially his falsetto for the simmering tension of Bad Weather. The beautiful Here Above the Dirt, about a man about to face his final moment, unfolds with the grace and depth of a performer twice Cullen’s age Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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