Matchbook is an album by Cold Chisel member Ian Moss released in 1989. It spent 3 weeks at the top of the Australian Album charts in 1989 and was preceded by the single "Tucker's Daughter" which was also a No. 1 hit. The first four tracks on the album were all released as singles. Matchbook was the first solo album for Moss and featured several songs written for him by Don Walker, also from Cold Chisel.
Echo, the remarkable matriarch of a family of elephants in Kenya's Amboseli National Park, was most studied elephant in the world, the subject of several books and documentaries, including two NATURE films.
Nick Moss follows his most critically and commercially successful album to date (Privileged) with the release of Here I Am, a record already drawing raves from peers and mentors like renowned bluesman Jimmy Thackery, who has praised this new set for ''pushing the evolution of his music'' with tunes that are ''genuine and intense.'' Moss has given guitar lovers plenty to sink their teeth into with extended songs and solos, but there's more to Here I Am than just great lead playing. Moss and his band again use a foundation of blues, rock, and roots as starting point, but take new and unexpected turns on these tracks.