L J Hill

Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
About L

L.J. Hill is a part Australian Aboriginal (Kamilaroi mother), part Cherokee Indian and part Irish (father) singer-songwriter.

Music has been calling me my whole life, and I've come to learn and understand that we all have eternal voices, and your spirit will sing for you.

— L J Hill

These aren't songs about trying to be famous - these are songs that are a lot closer to the best kind of conversations that you've ever had.

— Perry Keyes, Australian singer


Album formats explained

Album formats

  • 10": 10 inch vinyl records were played at 45 or 33 1/3 rounds per minute (rpm). The former could hold 9, the latter 12 minutes of music per side.
  • 7": 7 inch records (often referred to as 45s) were played at 45 rpm or 33 1/3 rpm, with about 4:30 or 6 minutes of music per side.
  • LP: Long play, is a vinyl record played at ​33 1⁄3 rpm with a 12 or 10-inch diameter.
  • EP: Extended play, are vinyl records that allowed two or even three songs on each side.

Inside the Universe

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August 2002
  1. Singers and the poets
  2. When you kiss me
  3. Ghost in my mind
  4. Sea of souls
  5. I am
  6. The place
  7. How many more times
  8. Let me sit by your side
  9. The memory
  10. When you sing angels dance
  11. Inside the universe

Namoi Mud

26 September 2008
  1. 18th Day of May
  2. Sometimes Love Makes you Walk Alone
  3. Pretty Bird Tree
  4. Cold Wind
  5. Moving Me Inside
  6. Streets of Armidale
  7. Cowboys Never Change
  8. I've Walked a Million Miles
  9. Tears in the Dust
  10. Grandfather Hill
  11. Namoi Mud
  12. Le Lumiere

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[1] 'LJ Hill releases second album', Koori Mail 440 p.50

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Korff, J 2018, L J Hill, <>, retrieved 23 June 2024

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