Richard Davies (musician)

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Richard Davies is an Australian-American musician. He first came to prominence in the early 1990s as leader of the Australian band The Moles. Upon moving to the United States, Davies joined with Eric Matthews to form Cardinal, whose debut album, "Cardinal," was released by Flydaddy in 1994. He has since released several solo albums including "There's Never Been a Crowd Like This" (1996), "Telegraph" (1998), and "Barbarians" (2000). In 2009 Davies and Guided by Voices front man Robert Pollard, collaborating under the name Cosmos, released an album, "Jar of Jam / Ton of Bricks."[1] In 2012 Davies and Matthews reformed Cardinal and released a second album, "Hymns."[2]


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