Rise is an album by Daryl Braithwaite released in November 1990. The album reached No. 3 on the Australian ARIA Charts. It was the best-selling album in Australia in 1991. The album sold over 300,000 copies in Australia. Braithwaite was nominated for ARIA Award for Best Male Artist at the ARIA Music Awards of 1991 for Rise, but lost to Chain Reaction by John Farnham. Braithwaite commenced a national tour on 26 December 1990 in Warrnambool.
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Rise is a album from Australian artist, Daryl Braithwaite. It reached number 2 on the ARIA Albums Chart. Producers Simon Hussey. Writers . cCarthy, James Reyne, Jef Scott & 4 more. Backing Vocals Margaret Urlich. Bass By Jeremy Alsop.
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Rise is an album by Daryl Braithwaite released in November 1990. It was the best-selling album in Australia in 1991 Braithwaite was nominated for ARIA Award for Best Male Artist at the ARIA Music Awards of 1991 for Rise, but lost to Chain Reaction by John Farnham Although this album was not officially released in the .
com/Daryl Braithwaite. location on Google Map. Braithwaite. Coordinates: 54°36′06″N 3°11′31″W, 5. 0170°N . 9190°W, 5. 0170; -. 9190. Braithwaite /ˈbrɛθɪt/ is a village in the northern Lake District, in Cumbria, England. Historically within Cumberland, it lies just to the west of Keswick and to the east of the Grisedale Pike ridge, in the Borough of Allerdale. It forms part of the civil parish of Above Derwent. The eastern end of the Whinlatter Pass road is in the village. The A66 road bypasses Braithwaite, but.
Electric Guitar – Tommy EmmanuelHarmonica – Dino BaptisteMandolin – Jef ScottPercussion – Alex Pertout
|2||Nothing To Lose
Backing Vocals – Graeme StrachanElectric Piano – Simon HusseySaxophone – Mark DennisonTrumpet – Kevin Dubber
Electric Piano – Simon Hussey
|4||Ghost There Waiting
Electric Piano – Simon Hussey
Acoustic Guitar [Nylon String], Synth [Synth Bass] – Simon HusseyDobro, Mandolin – Jef ScottHarmonica – Daryl BraithwaitePercussion [Tuned] – Alex Pertout
|6||Higher Than Hope
Organ [Hammond Leslie] – Daryl BraithwaiteOrgan [Hammond], Synth [Synth Bass], Arranged By [Brass] – Simon HusseySaxophone – Mark DennisonTrumpet – Kevin Dubber
|7||Don't Hold Back Your Love
Dobro – Jef ScottPercussion – Alex PertoutPiano, Organ [Hammond] – Scott Griffiths
Backing Vocals – Margaret UrlichBass – Jeremy AlsopElectric Guitar – Tommy EmmanuelPercussion – Alex PertoutPiano – Scott Griffiths
|9||Where The Famous Came Out To Play
Backing Vocals, Dobro – Jef ScottOrgan [Hammond] – Scott Griffiths
|10||I Can See Higher Than Before
Organ [Hammond] – Scott Griffiths
Tambourine – Alex Pertout
|12||Goodbye Blue Sky
Acoustic Guitar – Chuck HargreavesAcoustic Guitar [Nylon String] – Simon HusseyPercussion [Tuned] – Alex Pertout
|467675 2||Daryl Braithwaite||Rise (CD, Album)||Columbia||467675 2||Australia||1990|
|467675 4||Daryl Braithwaite||Rise (Cass, Album)||Columbia||467675 4||Australia||1990|
|467675 2||Daryl Braithwaite||Rise (CD, Album)||CBS||467675 2||Australia||1990|
|467675 1||Daryl Braithwaite||Rise (LP, Album)||Columbia||467675 1||Australia||1990|
|467675 2, COL 467675 2||Daryl Braithwaite||Rise (CD, Album)||Columbia, Columbia||467675 2, COL 467675 2||Europe||1991|