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The Remarkable Mr Morrison, released this month, delves into the life and musicality of James Morrison, one of Australia's most internationally acclaimed musicians. This extract explores the early influences on his life.

It was natural that James Morrison would spend a lot of his early years in church. His father George was the minister, his mother Jessie played the organ and the minister's children were expected, by their parents and the congregation, to be in attendance much more regularly than most. But mere attendance is no guarantee of saintliness, . . .

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