listen to older voices: sam see – part 4

Welcome to Listen To Older Voices, a program produced by Rob Greaves and podcast through the Toorak Times and Tagg

listen to older voices: sam see – part 4
Sam: 2018 – [CLICK to enlarge]

This is the fourth and final program in the story of Baby Boomer, musician, composer and producer – Sam See. 

Born in 1949 Sam was well educated and quickly developed an analytic mind that was very much balanced with a love for and a talent for playing music.

Over the years he has honed his skills as a guitarist, keyboard player, vocalist and songwriter.

His story is both entertaining and educative as he shares his many experiences in the Australian and overseas music scenes.

In this, the final part of his story, Sam reflects on his career and brings us up to date with his latest activities and it reminds us, that his memories are sharp, and his music is still in great demand. 

Sam is an accomplished songwriter, and among his successes is having written the track “Reasons”, which John Farnham recorded and turned into a massive hit. And so it is that his career continues today.

He continues to be in great demand and recently toured with Brian Cadd and Glenn Shorrock on their national tour – “Sharkey & The Cadman”

listen to older voices: sam see – part 4
Sam accompanying Glenn Shorrock on the “Sharkey & The Cadman” show – [CLICK to enlarge]


listen to older voices: sam see – part 4
The Pardoners: Glyn Mason (rear) and Sam See – [CLICK to enlarge]

He continues to write and compose, produce for a range of artists and projects and, he has an ongoing collaboration with his close friend and well known vocalist and guitarist – Glyn Mason, in the form of their very popular duo, The Pardoners.




More recently he and Glyn have formed an equally sucessful trio in Field, See & Mason, where Australian vocalist Lindsay Field joins them.

listen to older voices: sam see – part 4
Field, See & Mason: Lindsay Field; Glyn Mason & Sam See (right) – [CLICK to enlarge]


Sam’s story is very entertaining and equally informative and while he has a wonderful sense of humour, he also has a strong element of “no-nonsense” about him. There is no doubt that his story is far from over, as with many of the Baby Boomers, he still has much to say and still a lot of music to play.

listen to older voices: sam see – part 4 


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Previous Listen To Older Voices Programs can be found in our archive, by clicking on one link or the other

2012 to 2016   

 –  2016 onward 

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[Listen To Older Voices receives funding from the Commonwealth Government 
through the Commonwealth Home Support Program Program]