The Story So Far​.​.​.

by Liz Frencham

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This album features much loved music Australian music festival favourite double-bass player Liz Frencham, now settled in country Victoria. She studied jazz bass at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and went on to hone her considerable talents with festival favourites Jigzag, Fred Smith, Gregory Page, Miriam Leiberman, Mic Conway, Chris While and Julie Matthews, Wouter Kellerman, Dev'lish Mary, Alanna and Alicia, and Jimmy the Fish.

The Story So Far is a multi-genred compilation that beautifully chronicles Liz Frencham's journey from sideman/bandmate in much loved festival acts (Jigzag, Frencham Smith & Jimmy the Fish) to singer/songwriter and feature concert performer in her own right. It is a great way to sample the different projects she has contributed to as well as a beautiful portrait of an artist in the making.

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released January 10, 2012

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Liz Frencham Trentham, Australia

Liz studied Jazz performance at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music & has been working full time as a musician for over ten years. She is an experienced multi-genre session double-bassist & vocalist who has become an audience favourite on the music festival circuit in Australia with acts like Frencham Smith, Jigzag, Devlish Mary, Red Juliet & Jimmy the Fish. ... more

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Track Name: Jigzag - Saturday
Saturday
(E.Frencham)

I gave my best bright smile to a stranger today
It cost me nothing to give it away
Monday blues make the world look grey
I’m gonna turn ‘em into Saturday

Saturday
I need a Saturday
Monday to Sunday making every day a Saturday

Stopped to pat a dog tied up to an old fence rail
He barked three times and he wagged his tail
Threw ten bucks in a buskers case
Watched the Saturday smile creep across her face

Now it’s your turn to lose all your pitiful blues
Strut your stuff in your favourite shoes
Lift your head up to the sky
Saturday smiles are easy if you try