This is Rich Evans’ music collection on Bandcamp.

Rich Evans

  1. Geelong, Australia
  2. Alternative
  1. collection 19
  2. following 13
  1. The New Sun
    by Jason McNear
    Letter to the Wind Letter to the Wind
    I first heard Jason play live, and was inspired to buy this album -- and it has exceeded expectations: strong songs well-performed, cleanly recorded and well-mixed. A professional and rewarding album.
  2. Dirty Mountain
    by XANI
  3. Zero Moon
    by David Corley
  4. Changing Colours
    by Babe Rainbow
  5. Lights Out
    by David Corley
  6. Timely Reminder
    by Andrea Robertson
    appears in 1 other collection
  7. The Passing Scene
    by Leah Senior
  8. You Get What You Give (Cover)
    by Ethan Farmer
  9. Excuse Me - EP
    by Ethan Farmer
    Really enjoyed your wonderful blues playing: rich and warm sound, restrained and engaging vocals. Stellar, Ethan.
  10. RHYTHMS_ (Live)
    by MAS_
  11. 3 (Instrumental Album, 2018)
    by XANI
    I first heard Xani on a local community radio station, and just loved the innovative and rhythmic violin, her use of loops and echo. I chanced my arm on the vinyl LP, and it is wonderful. I listened to it a lot while convalescing from an illness, and it is perfect for that: a life-affirming, exuberant collection of sounds.
  12. Palm Springs & Friends
    by Palm Springs
  13. Available Light
    by David Corley
    With all the pain and warmth and heartbreak and tenderness which only comes with age, these lovely songs, beautifully arranged -- sometimes spare, sometimes multi-layered -- touched me as few recent releases have. Listen, maybe cry, and enjoy what is left of the available light.
  14. Six
    by Saint Jude
  15. Six (single)
    by Saint Jude
  16. Light of Doom/Dune
    by Smoke Witch
  17. Saint Jude
    by Saint Jude
  18. Saint Jude II
    by Saint Jude
  19. Saint Jude III
    by Saint Jude
    St Clare St Clare
    In a fair world this album would be up there in the pantheon. Talking 'Led Zep IV' territory. It is a concept album of sorts. Intriguing lyrics, compelling vocals, a core drum-tight rock band supplemented by well chosen touches of brass, sitar and more: it is a compelling package. The album's centre of gravity is the monumental 'St Clare', but riches abound around that track. I urge you to have a listen to this wonderful album, which is in my all-time top ten.