With his politically charged lyrics backed to the tradition-rooted rhythms of his acoustic guitar, Archie Roach has risen to the upper echelon of Australia's music. His album, Charcoal Lane, was one of Rolling Stone Magazine's Top 50 albums of 1992 and received an ARIA (Australian Record Industry Association) award as Best Indigenous Album of the Year and led to Roach receiving an ARIA as Best New Talent. The album included the heartbreaking tune, "Took the Child Away." Dealing with the many aboriginal children, including Roach himself, who were "stolen" from their parents and placed in non-indigenous households, the song received a Human Rights Achievement award, the first time that the award has been bestowed on a songwriter. Roach's success continued with his subsequent releases. His album, Jamu Dreaming, was nominated for an ARIA in 1992, while, his third album, Looking for Butter Boy, received three ARIA awards in 1998. Paul Kelly, who produced Roach's first two albums, told an interviewer, "Archie Roach is to be bracketed with singers like George Jones and Aaron Neville. What they have in common is their ease, artistic grace, their ability to convey depths of feelings and emotion without the listener being conscious of them attempting to do so."