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Half Man Half Woman (2010)

  1. High Times
  2. Somewhere Different
  3. It’s Not The Same Without You
  4. Chromatic Jew
  5. Take Pity on the Beast
  6. Lying Next to You
  7. Agar Rag
  8. Cul De Sac
  9. Spoken Like a Man
  10. Say Goodbye to What’s Left
  11. Into the Blue
  12. Say Goodnight

When you buy the physical CD, the packaging opens up to make a paper sculpture.

You can hear clips from every song at the iTunes store. And, of course, you can buy a physical copy here at our shop on DeborahConway.com


Listen to two songs from Half Man Half Woman

Lying Next to You

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It’s Not The Same Without You

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The Making of Half Man Half Woman: Part 8: Take Pity on the Beast

Also: Part One – How is this album different to Summertown?

Part Two – Half Man Half Woman: Production

Part Three – Writing Half Man Half Woman

Part Four – Into the Blue

Part Five – Judaism and Half Man Half Woman

Part Six – Instruments used on Half Man Half Woman

Part Seven – Influences

Brave New Day Compilation

The availability of the new Oxfam double compilation (containing one of our
tracks) for Tsunami rehabilitation has been announced.
The CD features hand-picked tracks from the cream of Australia’s music
scene, including George, The Black Sorrows, Stephen Cummings, Women in Docs,
Abbie Cardwell, Mark Seymour, Colin Hay, Jess McAvoy, Vika and Linda,
Deborah Conway, Fruit, Monique Brumby, Jimmy Little, My Friend the Chocolate
Cake, David Bridie, Dom Mariani, Honey, Fogg, Car Stereo Wars, Majestic
Kelp, Petronella, Mick Hart, Bakelite Radio, Mick Thomas, Miles from
Nowhere, The Re-Mains, Marcia Howard, Marcel Borrack and Nick Barker.
All artists are waiving their royalties and the CD has been completely
organised by volunteers, meaning that the vast bulk of the retail price will
go directly to Oxfam Tsunami Aid.
The Double CD is available for $35 and can be ordered now from Oxfam’s
online shop at www.oxfamtrading.org.au. You can also purchase the CD or
pick up an order form from participating Video Ezy stores (who are
completely waiving their normal retail margin) from Mon April 25.