Abby Dobson (Australian musician)
|Born||1969 (age 45–46)
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
|Origin||Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
|Associated acts||Leonardo's Bride|
Dobson has often collaborated with musician Paul Mac on a few tracks, including "Gonna Miss You" from the 2001 album 3000 Feet High and "The Beginning Of The End Of Time" from the 2005 album Panic Room.
She recently appeared on i98fm with Lachlan Kitchen as part of the No.1 rating morning show for the Illawarra and south coast of NSW. She also appeared on Australian television channel 31's music criticism program, Dancing About Architecture, in March 2009.
- "Music Box" (Intro) - 0:26
- "You Will Find Your Way" - 3:53
- "Shining Star" - 4:13
- "I'm Not Missing You" - 4:16
- "Horses" - 3:32
- "Cloudwatching" - 3:42
- "See What the Morning Brings" - 5:06
- "High Like Heaven" - 3:53
- "It's Only Love" - 3:07
- "Free As a Bird" - 4:01
- "Whisper Nothing" - 3:16
- "Rise Up" - 4:33
- Brett Winterford (2007-09-21). "Abby Dobson". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2008-06-20.
- thedwarf.com.au : Rise Up - Abby Dobson
- "Abby Dobson on Dancing About Architecture, Episode Three".
- Craving Records: Abby Dobson - Rise Up
- iTunes: Rise Up by Abby Dobson
- Abby Dobson official site
- Abby Dobson on Myspace
- Craving Records biography of Abby Dobson
- Abby Dobson on Dancing About Architecture, Episode Three
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