1. Praise the Lord
2. Hey Girl
3. Start of the Story
4. You and Me (Pt. 1)
5. Watching the Carpet Grow
 
1. Wild Blue Ocean
2. Choose Between the Two
3. The Siren's Song
4. Rubies
5. Somewhere
 
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The new Collusion CD is currently being mixed and mastered and will be available soon... Watch this space!
 
Good Question/Collusion (David Kelsey) would welcome any feedback you may have, so send any comments, criticisms, encouragement, etc. to frogpond@diddyweb.com
 
Album: That's a Good Question
Recorded: 1991
at Vibrafeel Studios, Inala, Queensland
 
Performers
David Kelsey: Vocals
Dave Elms: Guitars
Jenni Kelsey: Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Rudi Prudon: Bass
Fred Waters: Drums


Additional Performers:
Toni Menzies: Backing Vocals
 
Lyrics
This is the start of the story
This is where it all begins
I'll tell you the plot to the story
Sometime before I reach the end

You may not believe what I tell you
I'm not really sure if you care
If you just accept what I tell you
The truth of the words will be there

Stories come and stories go
Nothing's the same as before
But life goes on, or so they say
How could you ask for more....

 
Lyrics: David Kelsey
Music: Good Question
Arranged: Good Question
Copyright: D'Kade Songs
 
A Bit of Trivia
DK, not a keyboard player in any shape or form, was playing around on his (then) wife's keyboard one day and came up with the idea for the intro to the song.

After developing it a little further, he presented it to his wife to play, but her reaction was "You can't do that!"

The response?

"Yes I can, I just did!"

The problem with what DK had played was that he was attempting to play the melody with his left hand and the chords with his right.

The keyboard was the type that could be split into two sections so that two differing instruments could be played at once. What DK had done, not being a keyboardist, had gone against the usual rules and he had learned how to play it in a certain way out of necessity.

It took a little while for Jenni to get the hang of it.

If you listen closely, you'll notice some very high pitched notes in the bridge and at the end. This is not an instrument!

It is in fact Jenni singing.

Listening to her when she was recording it was enough to send shivers down your spine, especially when she hit the really high note at the end!
 
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