Watershed (Grant McLennan album)

1991 studio album by Grant McLennan / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Watershed is the debut solo album by Grant McLennan, founding member of The Go-Betweens released under the name G. W. McLennan. The album was recorded nine months after The Go-Betweens called it quits and was released in 1991.

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RecordedParadise Studios, Chinese Laundry, Sydney, September and October 1990
GenreAlternative rock
LabelWhite Label (Mushroom) (Australia), Beggars Banquet (Europe)
ProducerDave Dobbyn
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The album featured contributions by singer-songwriters Paul Kelly and Dave Dobbyn, ex-Go-Between Amanda Brown (who was now half of Cleopatra Wong with Lindy Morrison) and Phil Kakulas of Blackeyed Susans. Despite this stellar line-up, the album received disappointing sales, reaching only No. 96 on the Australian album charts.[2]

Singles from the album were "Haven't I Been A Fool" (Europe only), "When Word Gets Around" and "Easy Come Easy Go".