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This a performance by John Williams of "Home among the gumtrees", written by B. Brown & W. Johnson in 1975.
Album · 2003 · 16 Songs. s Family Album John Williamson. Listen on Apple Music.
JW's Family Album Tracklist. 7. Crocodile Roll Lyrics. 9. Big Bad Banksia Man Lyrics.
John Williamson (born June 7, 1937, Hereford, England) is an English economist who coined the term Washington Consensus. Williamson has been a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics since 1981. He was the project director for the United Nations High-Level Panel on Financing for Development (the Zedillo Report) in 2001.
This is the main page for our family album. Family" here means our nuclear family: Dad (John Derbyshire), Mom (Lynette Rose Derbyshire), daughter (Eleanor Muriel "Nellie" Derbyshire), and son (Daniel Oliver "Danny" Derbyshire). Our extended families are recorded on the "Family History" pages. The organization is a bit haphazard, though basically chronological. There is nothing here earlier than our marriage in August 1986. Rosie and I then lived in Manhattan for four years. to live in England, 1991. Returning to New York in Fall.
John Williamson Bio. Australian country music singer-songwriter. Williamson has released over thirty-two albums, ten videos, five DVDs, and two lyric books. He has received more than twenty-three Golden Guitar Awards at the Country Music Awards of Australia and has won two ARIA Music Awards for Best Australian Country Record.
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John Williamson was born in Kerang, Victoria, and raised in nearby Quambatook on the family farm in the Mallee. When he was 19 the family moved to rural New South Wales near Moree. But it was a bucolic childhood in "Quamby", near Swan Hill, the archetypal Mallee town of grain silos and big skies – and a stint at Scotch College in Melbourne in the '60s – that shaped him. His mother Shirley, still alive, was free-spirited and loved to sing soprano and write poems. New album Honest People is his 50th and he reckons it could be his last or at least his last for a long while. Privately, though, his support crew in management and his record company doubt he can stop writing and performing. The recent show at Gympie was a triumph, most songs done with two bandmates but some alone – and the lovely, heartfelt songs of the Australian flora, fauna and people are the best received.
|A2||Camel train to Yamba|
|A3||Teach me to drive, Dad|
|A4||Just a dog|
|A5||The flight of the blowfly|
|A6||Goodbye Blinky Bill|
|A8||On my ukulele|
|B1||Big bad banksia man|
|B2||Old man emu|
|B4||My dad snores|
|B6||When we were kids|
|B7||A proud man|
|B8||Home among the gum trees|
|TVL 93337||John Williamson||JW'S Family Album (LP)||Gum Leaf, Festival Records||TVL 93337||Australia||1990|
|93337||John Williamson||J.W.'s Family Album (LP, TP, W/Lbl)||Gum Leaf||93337||Australia||1990|
|8140232||John Williamson||J.W.'s Family Album (CD, Album)||EMI||8140232||Australia||1990|
Performer: John Williamson
Title: J.W.'s Family Album
Date of release: 1990
Size MP3: 1232 mb
Size FLAC: 1213 mb
Rating: 4.3 / 5
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