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Martyn Wyndham-Read - Australian Songs album

Martyn Wyndham-Read - Australian Songs album
  • Performer Martyn Wyndham-Read
  • Title Australian Songs
  • Date of release 1965
  • Style Folk
  • Other formats MP2 AUD XM FLAC DMF MIDI APE
  • Genre Folk music
  • Size MP3 1955 mb
  • Size FLAC 1595 mb
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로필: English/Australian folk singer. Born August 23, 1942 in Sussex, England. 이트: martynwyndhamread. 형: 모두 표시 중 Martyn Wyndham-Read. Martin Wyndham Read, Martin Wyndham-Read, Martin Wyndham-Reade, Martin Wyndham-Reed, Martin Wyndham-Reid, Martyn W. Read, Martyn Wyndham Read, Martyn Wyndham-Reade, Wyndham-Reade.

Martyn Wyndham-Read, Carolyn Robson, No Man's Band – I Drew My Ship. Martyn Wyndham-Read, No Man's Band, Carolyn Robson – Van Diemans Land. Martyn Wyndham-Read, No Man's Band, Carolyn Robson – Birds Among the Reeds. Martyn Wyndham-Read, Carolyn Robson, No Man's Band – The Call of the North. Martyn Wyndham-Read, Carolyn Robson, No Man's Band – The Far and Fatal Shore. Martyn Wyndham-Read, No Man's Band, Carolyn Robson – You and I. 4:28.

Martyn Wyndham-Read (born 23 August 1942 in Sussex, England) is an English-born folk singer, notable as a collector and singer of Australian folk songs. He lived and worked in Australia from 1960 to 1967 and has been a regular visitor to the country ever since. In 1960 Wyndham-Read moved from Sussex to Australia where he worked on Emu Springs sheep station in South Australia.

Martyn Wyndham-Read is an English folk singer, notable as a collector and singer of Australian folk songs. He lived and worked in Australia from 1960 to 1967 and has been a regular visitor to the country since then. Martyn Wyndham-Read has been involved with folk music since he heard singers on an Australian sheep station in the 1960s. In 1960 he moved from Sussex to Australia where he worked on Emu Springs sheep station in South Australia. It was while he was there that he heard, first hand, the old songs sung by some of the station hands at Emu Springs and he became captivated by these songs and decided he needed to know more of them and where they came from grew.

Martyn Wyndham-Read (born 23 August 1942 in Sussex) is an English folk singer, notable as a collector and singer of Australian folk songs. Wyndham-Read returned England in 1967 and met up with the renowned singer and song collector Bert Lloyd, who himself had spent time in Australia. Wyndham-Read was asked by Lloyd to contribute to the album ‘Leviathan’ on the Topic label. Soon afterwards he started recording for Bill Leader. In the early 1970s he started the ‘Maypoles to Mistletoe’ concerts which portray the seasons of the year through song, music, dance and verse.

Martyn Wyndham-Read grew up on a Sussex farm; he heard the village blacksmith singing local songs. He formed a skiffle band with fellow villagers, he "learnt to play guitar and belted out Lonnie Donnegan-like versions of 'Down by the Riverside' and other American Negro songs. In 1958 Wyndham-Read moved from Sussex to Australia where he worked on Emu Springs sheep station, near Burra, South Australia. There he heard, first hand, the old folks songs sung by station hands and was captivated by these  . In August 1964 Wyndham-Read recorded material for a various artists' album, Australian Folk Festival, which appeared on the Score label, owned by Peter Mann.

Biography by Matt Fink. This English singer and guitarist has compiled an impressive catalogue of British and Australian songs. Although an Englishman, folksinger Martyn Wyndham-Read has nonetheless become one of the greatest ambassadors of Australian folk song, having spent over 30 years playing music absorbed from the musical tradition of drovers, bush workers, and cane cutters. Having spent time employed as a bush worker himself, Wyndham-Read first fell in love with the traditional Aussie folk songs while employed on a South Australian sheep farm in the early '60s

Martyn Wyndham-Read is an English folk singer, notable as a collector and singer of Australian folk songs  . In 1960 he moved from Sussex to Australia where he worked on Emu Springs

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Flash Stockman
A2 The Convict Maid
A3 The Shearer's Dream
A4 The Inglewood Cocky
A5 The Old Keg Of Rum
A6 Flash Jack From Gundagai
Written By – Palmer-Sutherland
A7 O For Me Grog (Across The Western Plains)
A8 The Streets Of Forbes
B1 The Lachlan Tigers
B2 Bold Jack Donahue
B3 Five And A Zack
B4 Death Of Ben Hall
B5 The Rybuck Shearer
B6 A Nautical Yarn
B7 The Limejuice Tub

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – W & G Distributing Co. Pty. Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – W & G Record Processing Co.

Credits

  • Banjo – David Lumsden
  • Guitar – Peter Dickie
  • Lagerphone – Jim Buchanan
  • Mouth Organ – Bert Cameron
  • Recorder – Ade Monsbourgh
  • Vocals, Guitar, Arranged By – Martin Wyndham Read*