Paul Kelly discography

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Paul Kelly discography
Male standing at a microphone, wearing a harmonica in a cradle and staring into the distance.
Paul Kelly, November 2007
Studio albums 22
Live albums 4
Compilation albums 2
Video albums 4
Music videos 42
EPs 4
Singles 53
Soundtrack albums 10

The discography of Paul Kelly, an Australian rock artist, includes solo releases, those from various bands that Paul Kelly has led,[nb 1] and material from the related projects Professor Ratbaggy and Stardust Five which contain the same personnel as his bands.[2] Paul Kelly, under various guises, has released twenty-two studio albums, fifty-three singles, forty-two music videos, and contributed to ten film / television soundtracks and scores.[3]

In August 1978, Paul Kelly and the Dots was formed from the remains of Melbourne band High Rise Bombers.[2] In 1979, they released their debut single, "Recognition", on Mushroom Records and followed with other singles in 1980 including "Billy Baxter" in October, which peaked at No. 38 on the National singles charts.[4] Their debut album Talk followed in March 1981,[5] which peaked at No. 44 on the National albums charts.[4] Their single "Alive and Well", from the second album, Manila, had a video clip directed by Jack Egan in July 1982.[6] After the Dots folded in late 1982, Kelly was without a recording contract.[7] The Paul Kelly Band was formed in 1983, however by late 1984, Kelly had disbanded this group.[2] His next solo release was the single "From St Kilda to Kings Cross" in April 1985, with the associated album Post.[4]

By mid-1985, Kelly had formed Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls and their first single was "Before Too Long" in June 1986, which peaked at No. 15 and was followed by a double LP Gossip in September, which peaked at No. 15.[4] Gossip was trimmed back to a single LP for its 1987 international release on A&M Records under the name Paul Kelly and the Messengers.[2][8] Australian releases still used Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls.[2][4] "To Her Door" was released in September 1987 and peaked at No. 14 on the Australian singles charts.[4] Another single from this album, "Dumb Things" was released in 1988 in Australia,[4][9] and the US.[8] By 1989's So Much Water So Close to Home album they were known as Paul Kelly and the Messengers in all markets, the album peaked at No. 10 with the next album Comedy from 1991 peaking at No. 12, but despite this success Paul Kelly and the Messengers disbanded in August 1991 with Hidden Things released in May 1992.[2] Kelly was already touring as a solo artist and recorded Live, May 1992, he subsequently recorded further material under his own name, as the Paul Kelly Band, Paul Kelly and the Boon Companions, and Paul Kelly and the Stormwater Boys.

In 1999, Kelly left Mushroom Records and signed with EMI Music to release Smoke by Paul Kelly with Uncle Bill, which is a bluegrass band; released at the same time was Professor Ratbaggy by Professor Ratbaggy, a dub reggae group formed by Kelly with members of the Paul Kelly Band.[2] Kelly toured with both Uncle Bill and Professor Ratbaggy. In a similar way Paul Kelly and the Boon Companions released Ways & Means in 2004 and became Stardust Five to release Stardust Five in 2006.[1] In 2004, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation television series Fireflies featured a score by Kelly and Stephen Rae,[10][11] the associated soundtrack CD Fireflies: Songs of Paul Kelly included tracks by Kelly, Paul Kelly and the Boon Companions, Professor Ratbaggy, Paul Kelly with Uncle Bill, and "Los Cucumbros" by the Boon Companions featuring Sian Prior,[12] which was later a track on Stardust Five.[13] Stolen Apples from 2007 was credited to Paul Kelly and followed by the live DVD Live Apples in April 2008 credited to Paul Kelly and the Boon Companions.

Albums

Studio albums

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
AUS
[14]
NZ
[15]
Talk 44
Manila
  • Released: August 1982[nb 2]
  • Label: Mushroom
  • Formats: LP
  • Producer: Kelly, Chris Thompson
Post
Gossip 15 34
AUS: Gold[2]
Under the Sun
  • Released: 7 December 1987[nb 4]
  • Label: Mushroom / A&M
  • Formats: LP, CD
  • Producer: Thorne, Kelly
19 25
AUS: Platinum[2]
So Much Water So Close to Home
  • Released: 20 August 1989[nb 6]
  • Label: Mushroom / A&M
  • Formats: LP, CD
  • Producer: Scott Litt, Paul Kelly
10 26
AUS: Gold[16]
Comedy
  • Released: 26 May 1991[nb 6]
  • Label: Mushroom / A&M / Dr Dream
  • Formats: 2× LP, CD
  • Producer: Thorne, Kelly
12 24
Hidden Things
  • Released: 5 April 1992[nb 6]
  • Label: Mushroom
  • Formats: CD
  • Producer: Thorne, Kelly, Gavin MacKillop
29 39
Wanted Man
  • Released: 19 June 1994[nb 3]
  • Label: Mushroom / Vanguard
  • Formats: CD, MC
  • Producer: Kelly, Randy Jacobs, David Bridie
11 19
Deeper Water
  • Released: 12 September 1995[nb 3]
  • Label: Mushroom / Vanguard
  • Formats: CD, MC
  • Producer: Kelly, Jacobs, Kerryn Tolhurst, Simon Polinski
40 30
Words and Music
  • Released: 10 May 1998[nb 3]
  • Label: Mushroom / Vanguard
  • Formats: CD
  • Producer: Mark Opitz, Polinski, Kelly, Laurence Maddy
17 44
AUS: Gold[17]
Smoke
  • Released: 18 October 1999[nb 7]
  • Label: EMI Music
  • Formats: CD
  • Producer: Kelly, Gerry Hale
36
Professor Ratbaggy
  • Released: 18 October 1999[nb 8]
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD
  • Producer: Professor Ratbaggy, Andy Baldwin
...Nothing but a Dream
  • Released: 26 August 2001[nb 3]
  • Label: EMI / Cooking Vinyl
  • Formats: CD
  • Producer: Kelly, Wallis, Mick Harvey
7 46
AUS: Gold[18]
Ways & Means 13
Foggy Highway
  • Released: 30 May 2005[nb 10]
  • Label: Gawd Aggie / EMI / Capitol
  • Formats: CD
  • Producer: Kelly, Rod McCormack
22
AUS: Gold[19]
Stardust Five
  • Released: 27 March 2006[nb 11]
  • Label: EMI / Capitol
  • Formats: CD
  • Producer: Blake
Stolen Apples
  • Released: 7 July 2007[nb 9]
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD
  • Producer: Paul Kelly and the Boon Companions
8
AUS: Gold[20]
Spring and Fall
  • Released: 19 October 2012[nb 3]
  • Label: Gawd Aggie
  • Formats: CD
  • Producer: Paul Kelly, Dan Kelly, J Walker
8
The Merri Soul Sessions 17
Seven Sonnets and a Song
  • Released: 22 April 2016
  • Label: Gawd Aggie, Universal Music Australia
  • Formats: CD
9
Death's Dateless Night
(with Charlie Owen)
  • Released: 7 October 2016
  • Label: Gawd Aggie
  • Formats: CD
16
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that country.

Live albums

List of live albums, with selected chart positions, certifications and notes
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
Notes
AUS
[14]
Live, May 1992 72 Solo live performances on 10 May 1992 at the Regal Theatre in Perth and 17 May at the Athenaeum Theatre in Melbourne.[21][22]
Live at the Continental and the Esplanade
  • Released: 23 July 1996[nb 3]
  • Label: White, Mushroom / Vanguard
  • Format: CD
Live performances by Paul Kelly Band from The Continental in Prahran on 19 September 1994 and the Esplanade Hotel in St. Kilda on 29 May 1995.[23]
The A – Z Recordings
  • Released: 24 September 2010[nb 3]
  • Label: Gawd Aggie, Universal Music
  • Format: 8× CD box set
Live performances by Paul Kelly for his A – Z Tours from 2004 to 2010. 105 tracks are listed alphabetically, they were typically performed over four nights. Kelly's memoir, How to Make Gravy, is the written companion to this box set.[24]
Goin' Your Way (by Neil Finn and Paul Kelly)
  • Released: 8 November 2013
  • Label: EMI Music
  • Format: 2× CD, DVD, BD
5 AUS: Gold[25] Live performance by Kelly and Neil Finn at the Sydney Opera House in early 2013.[26] They were backed by Dan Kelly on guitar, Elroy Finn on drums, Zoe Hauptmann on guitar and bass guitar.[26]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that country.

Compilation albums

List of compilation albums, with selected chart positions, certifications and notes
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
Notes
AUS
[14]
NZ
[15]
Songs from the South
  • Released: 13 May 1997[nb 3]
  • Label: White / Mushroom
  • Format: CD
2 17
AUS: 4× Platinum[17][19]
Compilation subtitled Paul Kelly's Greatest Hits, also released with a bonus disc featuring "Tease Me" / "It Started with a Kiss".[1]
Songs from the South Volume 2
  • Released: 8 November 2008[nb 3][nb 12]
  • Label: EMI / Capitol
  • Format: CD
22
AUS:Platinum[30]
Compilation of Kelly related material over the ten years since the earlier compilation. Also released as a 2× CD with Songs from the South, and released with a DVD Paul Kelly – The Video Collection 1985–2008, a collection of Kelly's videos made over the past 23 years together with several live performances.[28][29]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that country.

Video albums

List of video albums, with selected chart positions, certifications and notes
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
Notes
AUS
[31]
Ways and Means
  • Released: 8 November 2004[nb 9]
  • Label: EMI Music
  • Format: DVD
Live performances by Paul Kelly and the Boon Companions in support of the album of the same name.[32]
Live Apples
  • Released: 26 April 2008[nb 9]
  • Label: EMI Music
  • Format: DVD
10
AUS: Gold[33]
Subtitled Stolen Apples Performed Live in its Entirety Plus 16 More Songs from show on 20 September 2007 in Toowoomba, Queensland by Paul Kelly and the Boon Companions.[34]
The Video Collection 1985–2008
  • Released: November 2008
  • Label: EMI Music
  • Format: DVD
24
A compilation of music videos spanning Kelly's career from 1985 to 2008.
Goin' Your Way (by Neil Finn and Paul Kelly)
  • Released: November 2013
  • Label:EMI Australia
  • Format: DVD, BD
1[citation needed]
The DVD or BD version of the live album of the same name.
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that country.

Extended plays

List of extended plays, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions
AUS
[14]
How to Make Gravy
Roll on Summer
  • Released: 28 October 2000[nb 3]
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD
  • Producer: Kelly, Peter Luscombe
40
Paul Kelly Exclusive CD
  • Released: 11 August 2001[nb 3][nb 8]
  • Label: EMI / The Australian
  • Formats: CD
  • Producer: Kelly, Mark Wallis, Baldwin, Professor Ratbaggy
Won't You Come Around 55
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that country.

Singles

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
AUS
[14]
US Main
[8]
US Mod
[8]
"Recognition" (by The Dots) [nb 13] 1979 single-only release
"Seeing Is Believing" 1980
"Billy Baxter" 38 Talk
"Low Down" 1981
"Clean This House" 1982 Manila
"Alive and Well"
"Rocking Institution" [nb 14] shared single release
"Love Is the Law" [nb 15] 1983 Midnite Spares
"From St Kilda to Kings Cross" 1985 Post
"Before Too Long"[nb 5] 1986 15 Gossip
"Darling It Hurts" 25 19
"Leaps and Bounds" / "Bradman" 1987 51
"Look So Fine, Feel So Low"
"To Her Door" 14 Under the Sun
"The Execution" Gossip
"Forty Miles to Saturday Night" 1988 85 Under the Sun
"Don't Stand So Close to the Window"
"Dumb Things" 36 17
"Sweet Guy" 1989 53 So Much Water So Close to Home
"Careless"
"Most Wanted Man in the World" 1990 74
"Pouring Petrol on a Burning Man" single-only release
"Don't Start Me Talking" 1991 Comedy
"Keep It to Yourself"
"Wintercoat"
"Hey Boys" (by Paul Kelly and Mark Seymour)[nb 16] 1992 71 Garbo
"When I First Met Your Ma" Hidden Things
"He Can't Decide" (by Paul Kelly, Vika Bull, Renée Geyer, Deborah Conway) [nb 17] 1993 Seven Deadly Sins
"Last Train" (by Paul Kelly and Christine Anu) 93 single-only release
"Song from the Sixteenth Floor" 1994 87 Wanted Man
"Love Never Runs on Time"
"God's Hotel"
"Give in to My Love" 1995 Deeper Water
"Deeper Water" / "Behind the Bowler's Arm"
"How to Make Gravy"[e] 1996 How to Make Gravy EP
"Tease Me" / "It Started with a Kiss" 1997 69 Songs from the South [bonus disc]
"Before Too Long" re-released as a single-only
"Nothing on My Mind" Words and Music
"Saturday Night and Sunday Morning" 1998
"I'll Be Your Lover"
"Melting" 1999
"Roll on Summer" 2000 40 Roll on Summer EP
"Somewhere in the City" 2001 ...Nothing but a Dream
"Love Is the Law"
"If I Could Start Today Again" 2002
"The Gift That Keeps on Giving" single-only release
"Just About to Break" ...Nothing but a Dream
"Won't You Come Around" 2003 55 Won't You Come Around EP
"Beautiful Feeling" 2004 Ways & Means
"I Wish I Was a Train" (Paul Kelly and Troy Cassar-Daley) 2004 single-only release
"God Told Me To" 2007 Stolen Apples
"Right Outta My Head"[f]
"To Her Door" (live) 2008 Live Apples
"New Found Year" 2012 Spring and Fall
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that country.

Music videos

List of music videos, showing year released and director
Title Year Director(s)
"Alive and Well" 1982 Jack Egan[6]
"From St Kilda to Kings Cross" 1985 Ian Pringle[6][42]
"Before Too Long" 1986 John Witteron[6][42]
"Darling It Hurts" Claudia Castle[6][42]
"Leaps and Bounds" 1987 Mick Bell[6][42]
"Bradman" Jack Egan[6][42]
"To Her Door" Claudia Castle[6][42]
"Forty Miles to Saturday Night" 1988 Sue Davis[6][42]
"Dumb Things" 1989 Larry Williams[6][42]
"Sweet Guy" Claudia Castle[6]
"Careless" Kimble Rendall[6][42]
"Don't Start Me Talking" 1991 John Reddon, John Witteron[6]
"Keep It to Yourself" Rob Wellington[6]
"When I First Met Your Ma" 1992 Paul Elliot[6]
"Last Train" (with Christine Anu) 1993 Paul Elliot, Sally Bongers[6][43]
"Love Never Runs on Time" 1994 Ronny Reinhard[6][42]
"Songs from the Sixteenth Floor" Tony Mahony[42]
"Tease Me" 1997 Robbie Douglas Taylor[6][42]
"It Started With a Kiss" Robbie Douglas Taylor[6][42]
"Nothing on My Mind" 1998 Tony Mahony[6][42]
"I'll Be Your Lover" Tony Mahony[6][42]
"Saturday Night and Sunday Morning" Tony Mahony[6][42]
"Our Sunshine" 1999 Tony Mahony[6][42]
"You Can't Take It with You" Tony Mahony[6][42]
"Can't Fake It" Tony Mahony[6][42]
"You're so Fine" 2000 Tony Mahony[6][42]
"Somewhere in the City" 2001 Tony Mahony[6][42]
"Love Is the Law" Tony Mahony[6][42]
"If I Could Start Today Again" 2002 Tony Mahony[6][42]
"Just about to Break" Ben Saunders[6][42]
"Sure Got Me" 2003 Tony Mahony[6]
"Wish I Was a Train" (with Troy Cassar-Daly) Tony Mahony[6]
"Won't You Come Around" 2004 Ben Saunders[6][42]
"The Mess We're In" (with Katy Steele)[nb 18] 2005 John Lang[6][45]
"You're Learning" (with Kasey Chambers, Stormwater Boys)[nb 19] Rod McCormack, Paul Kelly[6][46]
"They Thought I Was Asleep" (with the Stormwater Boys)[nb 20] Rod McCormack, Paul Kelly[6][46]
"How to Make Gravy" (with the Stormwater Boys)[nb 20] Rod McCormack, Paul Kelly[6][46]
"Meet Me in the Middle of the Air" (with the Stormwater Boys)[nb 20] Rod McCormack, Paul Kelly[6][46]
"Shane Warne"[nb 21] 2007 Andy Doherty[6][42]
"God Told Me To" Natasha Pinkus[6][42]
"To Her Door" (live) 2008 Paul Drane[6]
"Stolen Apples Are the Sweetest" Paul Drane[6][42]

Soundtracks

List of soundtrack albums, with year of release and notes
Title Year Notes
Funerals and Circuses 1992 Musical score composed by Paul Kelly, for the play of the same name, written by Roger Bennett.[48]
Seven Deadly Sins: Music from the ABC TV Series 1993 Tracks co-composed and performed by Kelly and others,[49] for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation TV miniseries, Seven Deadly Sins.
Everynight... Everynight 1994 Co-composed by Kelly and Shane O'Mara,[50] both members of Paul Kelly Band.[1] for the score of the feature film of the same name.
The Big House 2000 Score composed by Kelly for the short film of the same name, directed by Rachel Ward.[51]
One Night the Moon: Original Soundtrack 2001 Co-composed by Kelly, Kev Carmody, Maireed Hannan; for score and soundtrack of the short film of the same name, which is directed by Rachel Perkins. Kelly also starred in a lead role as Jim; his then-real life wife, Kaarin Fairfax, appeared as Jim's wife, Rose; and their daughter, Memphis Kelly, portrayed the couple's daughter, Emily.[52]
Music for the Feature Film Lantana Co-composed by Kelly, Stephen Hadley, Bruce Haymes and Peter Luscombe (also members of Professor Ratbaggy)[53] and Shane O'Mara, who are all members of Paul Kelly Band.[1] Used for the score and soundtrack for the feature film, Lantana.
Silent Partner Co-composed by Kelly, Gerry Hale[54] (of the band, Uncle Bill);[1] used for the score of the feature film of the same name.
Fireflies: Songs of Paul Kelly 2004 Co-composed by Kelly and Stephen Rae, Kelly also provided the theme song, "Beautiful Feeling", from his solo album, Ways & Means.[10][55] Used on the score and soundtrack for the TV series, Fireflies. The CD includes tracks performed by Kelly, Paul Kelly and the Boon Companions, Professor Ratbaggy, Paul Kelly with Uncle Bill, and Boon Companions featuring Sian Prior.[12]
Tom White Co-composed by Paul Kelly and the Boon Companions, for the score of the feature film of the same name.[56][57]
Jindabyne 2006 Co-composed by Kelly and Dan Luscombe,[58] both members of Stardust Five and of Paul Kelly Band,[1] for the feature film of the same name.
Conversations with Ghosts 2013 Co-composed by Kelly and James Ledger; performed by Kelly, Ledger, Genevieve Lacey & ANAM Musicians,[59] for a theatre production of the same name. First performed at Elisabeth Murdoch Hall, Melbourne in October 2012.[60]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Bands include Paul Kelly Band, Paul Kelly and the Dots (1978–1982), Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls (1985–1988), Paul Kelly and the Messengers (1987–1991), Paul Kelly and the Boon Companions (2004–current) and Paul Kelly and the Stormwater Boys (2005).[1]
  2. ^ a b Released by Paul Kelly and the Dots (1978–1982).[1][2]
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Released by Paul Kelly as a solo artist or with the Paul Kelly Band.[1]
  4. ^ a b Released by Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls in Australian and New Zealand markets (1985–1988), released by Paul Kelly and the Messengers in North American and European markets (1987–1988).[1][2]
  5. ^ a b Gossip and associated singles were the first North American and European releases by Kelly, they were released on A&M Records from 1987 under the name Paul Kelly and the Messengers instead of Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls.[1][2]
  6. ^ a b c Released by Paul Kelly and the Messengers in all markets (1989–1991).[1][2]
  7. ^ Released by Paul Kelly with Melbourne bluegrass band, Uncle Bill, comprising Gerry Hale, Adam Gare, Peter Somerville, Stuart Speed, released simultaneously with Professor Ratbaggy.[1][2]
  8. ^ a b Released by Professor Ratbaggy in Australian and New Zealand markets, released by Professor Ratbaggy featuring Paul Kelly in international markets, Professor Ratbaggy's Steve Hadley, Bruce Haymes, Peter Luscombe and Paul Kelly are the same members as Paul Kelly Band from Words and Music, simultaneous release with Smoke.[1][2]
  9. ^ a b c d Released by Paul Kelly on CD but associated DVD released by Paul Kelly and the Boon Companions: Dan Luscombe, Peter Luscombe, Dan Kelly, Paul Kelly, Bill McDonald.[1]
  10. ^ Released by Paul Kelly and the Stormwater Boys.[1]
  11. ^ Released by Stardust Five: Dan Luscombe, Peter Luscombe, Dan Kelly, Paul Kelly, Bill McDonald and are the same members as Paul Kelly and the Boon Companions.[1]
  12. ^ Release date of compilation album announced on Paul Kelly's official website and by media release.[27][28][29]
  13. ^ This was a single by The Dots, before the group transformed into Paul Kelly & The Dots. The song was later re-recorded by Paul Kelly & The Dots and included on their 1981 album, Talk.[35][36]
  14. ^ This was a shared single with Jo Kennedy's "Body and Soul" on one side and Paul Kelly and the Dots "Rocking Institution" on the other side,[1] both were used in the 1982 film Starstruck with Jo Kennedy in the starring role.[37]
  15. ^ This was a single from the soundtrack of the 1983 Australian movie, Midnite Spares. This was the last recording by Paul Kelly and the Dots. It was later reworked by Kelly and included in his 2001 solo album, ...Nothing But a Dream.[35][36]
  16. ^ This was a duet with Mark Seymour (Hunters and Collectors) from the soundtrack of the 1992 Australian movie Garbo[38][39]
  17. ^ This was a single from the soundtrack of the 1993 Australian television mini-series, Seven Deadly Sins. It was written by Kelly and Martin Armiger and performed by Paul Kelly, Vika Bull, Renée Geyer and Deborah Conway[40][41]
  18. ^ Duet with Katy Steele live on RocKwiz, 2005, Episode 5.[44]
  19. ^ Duet with Kasey Chambers backed by the Stormwater Boys, recorded on 15 July 2005 and released as Live at the Enmore Theatre, a limited edition DVD, with re-issue of Foggy Highway on 13 January 2006.[44]
  20. ^ a b c Performed with the Stormwater Boys, recorded on 15 July 2005 and released as Live at the Enmore Theatre, a limited edition DVD, with re-issue of Foggy Highway on 13 January 2006.[44]
  21. ^ Released on YouTube only[47]

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