A Hell of a career

A Hell of a Career

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This album features 44 tracks on two compact discs including a never-released before studio version of Island Of Oceans plus live recordings of Hang My Hat In Queensland, Prairie Hotel Parachilna and Rescue Me, all recorded with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra at the Sydney Opera House in 2010.

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Year

2013

Track Listing

disc 1

  1. Old Man Emu
  2. True Blue - 21st Anniversary Version
  3. Hawkesbury River Lovin'
  4. Diggers Of The Anzac (This Is Gallipoli)
  5. Wrinkles
  6. Queen In The Sport Of Kings (Live)
  7. I Can't Feel Those Chains Any Longer (Live)
  8. Mallee Boy
  9. The Budgie Song
  10. Galleries Of Pink Galahs
  11. Raining On The Rock (Live with Warren H Williams)
  12. Cootamundra Wattle
  13. Sail The Nullarbor
  14. Westown
  15. Boomerang Café
  16. Amazing Day
  17. Boogie With M' Baby (Live)
  18. Ancient Mountains
  19. Bill The Cat
  20. Dingo
  21. Goodbye Blinky Bill

disc 2

  1. Island Of Oceans
  2. Rip Rip Woodchip
  3. A Flag Of Our Own
  4. A Bushman Can't Survive (Live Orchestra Version)
  5. Wintergreen
  6. Papa Whisky November
  7. Prettiest Girl In The Kimberley (Live Orchestra Version)
  8. Sir Don
  9. Three Sons
  10. A Thousand Feet (with Warren H Williams)
  11. The Baggy Green
  12. Sing You The Outback
  13. Salisbury Street
  14. Glory To Australia (Live)
  15. Chandelier Of Stars
  16. Flower On The Water
  17. The Joy Is In The Journey
  18. Hillbilly Road
  19. Cydi
  20. The Big Red
  21. Hang My Hat In Queensland (Live Orchestra Version)
  22. Prairie Hotel Parachilna (Live Orchestra Version)
  23. Rescue Me (Live Orchestra Version)

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Many of John Williamson's fans will be aware of the causes he has supported over his long career. He promotes these during his public appearances on stage, radio, television and in the press. John has always been careful to place his patronage on those organisations which reflect his own views, particularly of Australia, its people and its bush heritage together with its flora and fauna.

He has supported a number of the organisations listed for a period stretching back well over 20 years. If you would like to take an interest in any of the causes he recommends, please check the websites for further information.

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