SIND: Eyes Wired Shut
Holly Wilson: When You Tried To Tell The World
Joe Simnovec & Paul Paulin: Monster
Symphony Of A Tortured Soul
Tara Hack: Wizard Down Under
Al Wilson: Destination Paradise
Vanessa Lea & Road Train: Be Brave (Schapelle)
TaraHack: I'm Not Guilty
Al Wilson: Fork Tongues
Cold Chivas: Innocence
Jared Malmfeldt: The Sad True Story Of Schapelle Corby
Gary Davies: Beautiful
Al Wilson: Clemency Mountain
Vanessa Lea & Road Train: Courage
Djordi: A Song For Schapelle Corby
Paul Webster: Make Any Sense 2U
Al Wilson: Unforgiven Waves
Stephen Williams: Rap For Schapelle
Steve Coffey & The Lokels: Missing
Blackfeather: Seasons Of Pain
Just Cal Me B
Peter Grose: Free Schapelle
JBishopII & The Obamaramas: Shame Of Nations
Holly Wilson: Seaweed Monsters
SIND: EYES WIRED SHUT
Bursting with passion and simmering anger, Eyes Wired Shut is an incredibly powerful classic rock production:
HOLLY WILSON: WHEN YOU TRIED TO TELL THE WORLD
Holly has sung almost all her life, with her first public performance at the age of eleven in a school play. She enrolled in CNC music and vocal tuition in 2001, and has performed in a variety of shows since. But as simple facts none of these prepare the listener for the incredible sound and quality of her voice, which is simply awe inspiring. Holly was clearly born with a gift, but more, that she is using her gift to help someone in such desperate need demonstrates that the beauty of her voice is also within.
JOE SIMNOVEC & PAUL PAULIN: MONSTER
Quite simply haunting, capturing the fear and terror of Schapelle's ordeal.
SYMPHONY OF A TORTURED SOUL
This chilling symphony tells the tale from the show trial, through the media abuse, to the cruelty Schapelle has had to endure. Its four movements reflect the increasing despair as two nations become complicit in the shameful tragedy: Movement 1: The Shame Of Indonesia; Movement 2: The Shame Of Australia; Movement 3: Torturing An Innocent; Movement 4: Her Candle Is Flickering.
TARA HACK: THE WIZARD DOWN UNDER
Recorded at Cloud9 in 2009, The Wizard Down Under is a startling presentation of the facts of the Schapelle Corby case. It names names, and directly confronts those who have used and abused Schapelle. It confronts the (then) prime minister of Australia, starkly reminding him of his own words of support:
AL WILSON: DESTINATION PARADISE
This is a remarkable third eye observation of the shocking complicity from Australia surrounding the case. It passionately confronts the media, the AFP, and the government, all of whom sold Schapelle short for self interest. It even reminds them of their track record for similar duplicity.
VANESSA LEA & ROAD TRAIN: BE BRAVE (SCHAPELLE)
Be Brave (Schapelle) is a particularly lovely song, touching upon the appalling terror Schapelle will have been feeling as she faced the brutal show court in 2005. It holds out the hand of understanding and encouragement in a most beautiful way, almost praying for her to hang on until help, hopefully, one day arrives.
TARA HACK: I'M NOT GUILTY
Recorded in New York at the end of October 2008, Saya Tidak Bersalah, I'm Not Guilty spawned a series of videos, including the following:
AL WILSON: FORK TONGUES
This incredibly powerful song confronts the fork tongues in the government and in their ombudsman's office with the greatest weapon of all: truth.
COLD CHIVAS: INNOCENCE
This superb track pre-dates Artists for Schapelle, and indeed, was part of the inspiration for its creation. It is an extremely clever production, with strikingly direct lyrics and a very sharp video. It confronts the truth in a stark and memorable way. It is a truly excellent track.
JARED MALMFELDT: THE SAD TRUE STORY OF SCHAPELLE CORBY
Fast moving, lively, but full of meaning, Jared pulls the ear towards the barbaric cruelty inflicted upon Schapelle.
GARY DAVIES (Written By Ivan Leuscher): BEAUTIFUL
This song is indeed absolutely beautiful. It was written by the hugely talented songwriter Ivan Leuscher, early in 2011. Gary Davies adds his own stamp of authenticity, with his amazing voice and heartfelt delivery.
AL WILSON: CLEMENCY MOUNTAIN
This song perfectly captures the endless wait for mercy and clemency, as the politicians pay lip service, and continue to evade the cruelty and torment their inaction causes. Video by Marie.
VANESSA LEA & ROAD TRAIN: COURAGE
The French language version of the beautiful "Be Brave (Schapelle)".
This ballad, simply titled Scapelle, is heartbreaking. To its haunting melody, it urges her to keep fighting, whilst acknowledging her hellish predicament and tragically fading hopes.
PAUL WEBSTER: MAKE ANY SENSE 2U
This beautiful song was penned some years ago, and presents a haunting perspective on the clear injustice which is crushing Schapelle, day by day.
AL WILSON: UNFORGIVEN WAVES
This wonderful and moving song tells the world of an injustice which stains humanity: a story of shocking abuse of human rights, and political complicity at the expense of innocence. Artwork by Erwin Verhoeven.
STEPHEN WILLIAMS: FREE SCHAPELLE
Produced in April 2012, Stephen Williams articulates his shared anger and frustration at the brutality and corruption of the government and media.
STEVE COFFEY & THE LOKELS: MISSING
This folk ballad, simply titled Missing, is stunning - hauntingly reminiscent of Dylan at his best and delivered with verve and genuine emotion. It captures the pain of longing which Schapelle's family must feel, and reminds us of the day to day suffering of a family broken.
BLACKFEATHER: SEASONS OF PAIN
Seasons of Change is one of the best known songs in Australian Rock History. Released in 1971 it became a globally recognized classic, and was penned by John Robinson. In 2009 John re-titled it "Seasons of Pain" and created a video for Schapelle. In August 2010 he dedicated this world famous song to Schapelle. An amazing gesture.
JUST CAL ME B
Feel the meaning in this, because it is clear and deep.
PETER GROSE: FREE SCHAPELLE
A classic pop song, superbly telling the tragic story, direct, and powerful. Produced in 2012.
JBISHOPII & THE OBAMARAMAS: SHAME OF NATIONS
This musical story outlines the main facts of the case, via a conversation between Barack Obama and Gordon Brown.
HOLLY WILSON: SEAWEED MONSTERS
This beautiful song is a reflection of emotional impact upon Schapelle as a result of the injustice. It searches for a peace with which to come to terms with the terrible pain.