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Living In Exile

"With names like Dave Dobbyn, Margaret Urlich, Amanda Brown, Living In Exile was always going to sound great..it's real strengths though lie in the songs..the warm huskiness of Gillespie's voice..an album that brings real pleasure" Drum Media 1995. "Living In Exile..more evidence of a powerful songwriter in action.. the production by Gillespie and Ryan is astonishingly warm & rich.." Brian Wise, Rhythms 1995. "A very impressive album from a man with something to say and a very persuasive way to say it ... a warm and quite wonderful album" Colin Hogg Auckland Star. 1993 "Living in Exile ..Gillespie's dark songs still hit home "Greg Fleming Rip It Up NZ 1993. The recording of the album Living In Exile was made possible via the support of the ANZAC musical community who contributed their amazing talents to the record. Including Sir Dave Dobbyn, The sadly recently departed Margaret Urlich, Amanda Brown (ex Go-Betweens), Pedro Bull (Paul Kelly's Messengers), Mal Green (ex Split Enz), Tony Waine (The Narcs), Pierre Lunierre (Johnny O'Keefe) , Dave Sparks (ex The Saints), Nigel Gavin (ex Robert Fripp), Shanley Del and a plethoria of other musicians listed in credit photo. Includes three bonus tracks from Wayne Gillespie's band Passionfish featuring Rob Grosser (drums) and Pierre Luniere (Bass) and guests -recorded at Damien Gerard Studios Ultimo 1995. Originally released on the "Love Comes Down" EP 1995.
"With names like Dave Dobbyn, Margaret Urlich, Amanda Brown, Living In Exile was always going to sound great..it's real strengths though lie in the songs..the warm huskiness of Gillespie's voice..an album that brings real pleasure" Drum Media 1995.

"Living In Exile..more evidence of a powerful songwriter in action.. the production by Gillespie and Ryan is astonishingly warm & rich.." Brian Wise, Rhythms 1995.

"A very impressive album from a man with something to say and a very persuasive way to say it ... a warm and quite wonderful album" Colin Hogg Auckland Star. 1993

"Living in Exile ..Gillespie's dark songs still hit home "Greg Fleming Rip It Up NZ 1993.

The recording of the album Living In Exile was made possible via the support of the ANZAC musical community who contributed their amazing talents to the record. Including Sir Dave Dobbyn, The sadly recently departed Margaret Urlich, Amanda Brown (ex Go-Betweens), Pedro Bull (Paul Kelly's Messengers), Mal Green (ex Split Enz), Tony Waine (The Narcs), Pierre Lunierre (Johnny O'Keefe) , Dave Sparks (ex The Saints), Nigel Gavin (ex Robert Fripp), Shanley Del and a plethoria of other musicians listed in credit photo.

Includes three bonus tracks from Wayne Gillespie's band Passionfish featuring Rob Grosser (drums) and Pierre Luniere (Bass) and guests -recorded at Damien Gerard Studios Ultimo 1995. Originally released on the "Love Comes Down" EP 1995.
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“With names like Dave Dobbyn, Margaret Urlich, Amanda Brown, Living In Exile was always going to sound great..it’s real strengths though lie in the songs..the warm huskiness of Gillespie’s voice..an album that brings real pleasure” Drum Media 1995.

“Living In Exile..more evidence of a powerful songwriter in action.. the production by Gillespie and Ryan is astonishingly warm & rich..” Brian Wise, Rhythms 1995.

“A very impressive album from a man with something to say and a very persuasive way to say it … a warm and quite wonderful album” Colin Hogg Auckland Star. 1993

“Living in Exile ..Gillespie’s dark songs still hit home “Greg Fleming Rip It Up NZ 1993.

The recording of the album Living In Exile was made possible via the support of the ANZAC musical community who contributed their amazing talents to the record. Including Sir Dave Dobbyn, The sadly recently departed Margaret Urlich, Amanda Brown (ex Go-Betweens), Pedro Bull (Paul Kelly’s Messengers), Mal Green (ex Split Enz), Tony Waine (The Narcs), Pierre Lunierre (Johnny O’Keefe) , Dave Sparks (ex The Saints), Nigel Gavin (ex Robert Fripp), Shanley Del and a plethoria of other musicians listed in credit photo.

Includes three bonus tracks from Wayne Gillespie’s band Passionfish featuring Rob Grosser (drums) and Pierre Luniere (Bass) and guests -recorded at Damien Gerard Studios Ultimo 1995. Originally released on the “Love Comes Down” EP 1995.