Archive

See How He Goes
See how he goes, lightlyAmong the golden shades of fallen autumn leavesSeeking out the meaning of his soul, the wonder
Read more.
View from the thirteenth floor
Simplicity, humility Are the thoughts that most appeal to me At the threshold of a window ledge Yet all my
Read more.
Conversation
We should just die in each other’s arms, now. It will never be like this again. It’s already changing in
Read more.
Video: Wall art by Christina Huynh
https://vimeo.com/326543196 A video I shot for https://www.christinahuynh.com.au
Read more.
hotel
Aftermath
The storm has raged and seethed and sung.
Read more.
The final space
Death awaits at journey’s end A silent half-thought sentence Suspended in mid-air Neither floating up nor down; just there With
Read more.
Bathrooms are Dangerous (Parts I&II)
The elongated shadow cast by the timber cottage blocked the morning sun’s rays from reaching the narrow path by which
Read more.
A Sunday Morning (thinking of someone who’s got themselves in a bit of bother)
We never think we’re bad We never think it’s us Just maybe a little mad... But we don’t like to
Read more.
Canute was no Fool
https://vimeo.com/308830530 This one (Canute was no Fool) was recorded as a demo sometime around 2014/15 on the single-track Otari MX-5050
Read more.
Song with No Name
https://vimeo.com/308715069 If memory serves me correctly the video and audio was recorded (separately of course) on an iPhone 5S sometime
Read more.
Sunday afternoon-walking to a jazz bar
Spare me the middle Spare me the time spent muddling The money managing The taking the time to mind your
Read more.
The skien of your teeth
You can brush your teethIn the showerFor a good whileIt may take an hourMaybe longerBut by that timeIt may not
Read more.
Nature wins
As ever The things we do The things we make The things we say Will in time be rusted Worn
Read more.
Spending Summer Evenings among Flannel Flowers and Ghosts
Brilliant shafts of sunlight penetrate the canopy of ancient trees, and dance across the leaves of fern and flannel flower.
Read more.
Timber and Steel Artist’s Top Albums (2017)
Bill Hunt – Upwey Nominated by Liam Gale (Liam Gale & the Ponytails) Alex (violin) and Bill during the studio sessions for
Read more.
  1. Canute was no Fool (acoustic) Bill Hunt 4:18
  2. Van Gogh Print (acoustic) Bill Hunt 4:34
  3. Torch Song (acoustic) Bill Hunt 2:46
  4. Everything is Going to Change (acoustic) Bill Hunt 4:32
  5. Your Move (acoustic) Bill Hunt 4:06
  6. Sea of Love (acoustic) Bill Hunt 3:28
  7. Bill Hunt - Sea of Love (from the album Upwey) Bill Hunt 4:20
  8. Bill Hunt - Song 55 (from the album Upwey) 4:10