Wildlife Warriors It’s Time

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John Williamson’s most important environmental songs, many of which were an inspiration to Steve Irwin. It includes the new song ‘Wildlife Warriors’ which John wrote after Steve’s death.

Royalties from the sale of this CD are expected to raise tens of thousands of dollars to support Wildlife Warriors.

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Weight 120 g
Dimensions 130 × 130 × 20 mm
Year

2006

Track Listing
  1. Wildlife Warriors: It's Time (2006)
  2. Rip Rip Woodchip (1989)
  3. Dingo (1989)
  4. Humpin' My Bluey (1986)
  5. It's A Way Of Life (1988)
  6. Send Down The Rain (1982)
  7. Goodbye Blinky Bill (1986)
  8. Koala Koala (1990)
  9. A Thousand Feet With Warren H. Williams (1999)
  10. Ancient Mountains (1989)
  11. River Crying Out (1994)
  12. Rosewood Hill (1998)
  13. Home Among The Gum Trees (2006) (Live - Steve Irwin Memorial Tribute)
  14. True Blue (2006) (Live - Steve Irwin Memorial Tribute)
  15. The Trees Have Now Gone (1984)

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True Blue Causes

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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