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Detours Australian
Dance Theatre
A dance piece with music by Peter Crosbie and lyrics by Stephen. Stephen also performed vocals in the show.
Don't Hold Back That Feeling Andrew Pendlebury Features a cover of the Sports song "Tired Of Me" (sung by Chris Wilson) and the track "Crime of Time", an instrumental version of "Come On Come On" from Stephen's "A New Kind Of Blue". The title track, sung here by Wilson, also appeared on a Sports live album.
Night of the Wolverine Dave Graney Features Dave's full band version of "Three Dead Passengers", co-written with SC
Vika & Linda Vika & Linda Features their cover of SC's "Blue Hour"
Atomic Electric
Rebeccas Empire A pre-album release featuring an alternate band line-up with Bill McDonald on bass. "Piece by Piece" and "Wherever I Go" are credited to O'Mara/Cummings. Stephen's version of "Wherever I Go" appears on the 1989 single release of "When Day Is Done".
Used And Recorded By Vol 1 Various Artists A compilation of live-in-the-studio tracks from radio station RRR, this features Rebeccas Empire performing the SC co-write "My Heart Sings". RRR, catalogue RRR1027.
In Deep
Rebeccas Empire Features two versions of "In Deep" (written by O'Mara/Cummings) and a cover version of Stephen's "Carrying A Torch For You (For Years)"
Way of All Things Rebeccas Empire SC co-wrote two songs on the debut album from Lovetown alumni Rebecca Barnard and Shane O'Mara
So Rude
Rebeccas Empire Features an alternate mix of the SC/O'Mara song "My Heart Sings". Eternity Recordings/Polydor, catalogue 5754992.
(she said pop) Crush76 An album from Brisbane musician/writer Sean Sennett - features a song co-written with Stephen, "Happiness"
This Boy's Life Sean Sennett & Crush76 Features a Jeremy Allom remix of the SC co-write "Happiness". Festival Records.
Sample People (Soundtrack) Various Artists Features The Whitlams performing a cover of the Sports classic, "Who Listens To The Radio".
Resonate Jimmy Little Features a cover version of "Love Is Mighty Close To You".
Love Is Mighty Close Vika & Linda Features their cover of "Love Is Mighty Close To You" and a Cummings/McDonald song, "Your Love Is Like A Star".
Don't Throw Stones (film) Director: Mike Brook A documentary film based on Will It Be Funny Tomorrow, Billy? featuring appearances from Steve Kilbey, Martin Armiger, Andrew Pendlebury, Michael Gudinski, Rebecca Barnard, Shane O'Mara, Jen Jewel Brown, Joe Camilleri and Dave Robinson.

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