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Helen Ryder - Someday Love

 Helen Ryder is a Melbourne based singer blessed with a rich distinctive vocal sound, who’s an accomplished performer, drawn to songs with a strong story to tell.


Her debut album ‘Someday Love’ is eleven tracks of lush country and soul infused pop, recorded with some of Australia’s finest musicians. The carefully chosen songs are from the mid-60’s to late 70’s, penned by some of the great writers of the era. The result is a beautiful selection of songs reinterpreted with great feeling.

The first single ‘Lady Bird’, a duet of cowboy psychedelia featuring Spencer P. Jones, was released in July along with the video, and launched as part of the 2015 Leaps and Bounds Music Festival. The gorgeous ballad ‘Hushabye Mountain’ orchestrated with strings and characterful double bass adds to the atmospheric’s of the album.

 Someday Love was recorded over two years, bringing together Bruce Haymes on keyboards, guitarist Mark Punch, drummer Peter Luscombe, and bass player Steve Hadley. Someday Love also features Garrett Costigan on pedal steel, Jeff Raglus on flugelhorn, Biddy Connor on strings, and Talei Wolfgramm on backing vocals.

A couple of songs lent themselves to duets – Spencer P. Jones (The Johnnys, Beasts of Bourbon) joins Helen for an unforgettable rendition of Lee Hazlewood’s ‘Lady Bird’. And Helen tackles ‘True Love Travels On A Gravel Road’ (a song she’s been singing for years) from a female perspective, with Kevin Bennett (The Flood) providing beautiful backing vocals.

Helen Ryder - Someday Love 


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