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by Ron Edwards
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Publisher: Ram's Skull Press (1972)
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Australian Folk Songs (Decca DL 8749) is a 1958 album by Burl Ives. During his visit to Australia in 1952, invited there by the Australia Broadcasting Commission, Ives met the Reverend Percy Jones, a professor of music at the University of Melbourne. The two men compiled a book of Australian folk songs and Ives recorded an album, "collected and arranged" by Jones, which were later released in the United States and elsewhere as Australian Folk Songs.
Edwards, Ron. (1972). Index to 1972 Australian folk song. Holloway Beach, Qld : Ram's Skull Press. Index to 1972 Australian folk song, Ron Edwards Ram's Skull Press Holloway Beach, Qld 1972. Australian/Harvard Citation.
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Australian folk song True Blue, recorded by. .I Still Call Australia Home – Peter Allen. Most iconic Australian songs are sure to remind any Aussie of home, however, it is this song that brings goosebumps to our arms every time.
Australian folk song True Blue, recorded by John Williamson in 1981 has become an iconic song evoking an era ‘of bush struggle from another time’. Dubbing Williamson as the ‘voice for the people of the bush’, this song features typical Aussie slang – the title itself meaning authentically Australian – and many hidden meanings about the way of life in Australia.
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