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The Bush Of Australia - Walter Pardon - A World Without Horses (CD)

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  1. A World Without Horses: Walter Pardon: Record Label: Bright Shiny Morning: Norma Waterson: Record Label: English Originals: Record .
  2. Walter Pardon was recorded by Bill Leader, Peter Bellamy and Reg Hall singing The Bush of Australia on 6 June This was included on on his Topic anthology A World Without Horses. Another recording made by Sam Richards and Tish Stubbs was included in on the Folkways album An English Folk Music Anthology.
  3. A World Without Horses CD () $ Walter Pardon was one of England's great traditional singers. He lived all his life in the cottage where he was born in in the village of Knapton, Norfolk and spent all his working life as a carpenter.
  4. There are many reasons for buying this CD. Maybe you're a folk music fan who wants to hear the "originals" from a proper source singer. Maybe your interest is in social history and days gone by. Or maybe you want superb performances of beautiful songs. Whatever. Buy this CD. Walter Pardon learned his songs from his family -- mostly his Uncle Billy/5(4).
  5. > Folk Music > Records > Walter Pardon: A World Without Horses. A World Without Horses. A World Without Horses A Portrait of a Traditional Singer Walter Pardon () Topic Records TSCD (CD, UK, ) The Bush of Australia (Roud ) () Female Drummer * (Roud ; G/D ; Henry H) ().
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of A World Without Horses on Discogs. Label: Topic Records - TSCD • Format: CD • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Walter Pardon ‎– A World Without Horses The Bush Of Australia: 6: The Female Drummer: 7: The Bold Princess Royal: 8: The.
  7. May 10,  · / Walter Pardon – A World Without Horses. Previous Next. Walter Pardon was one of England’s great traditional singers. He lived all his life in the cottage where he was born in in the village of Knapton, Norfolk and spent all his working life as a carpenter. 5 The Bush of Australia 6 The Female Drummer 7 The Bold Princess Royal.
  8. Australia - The Wild Horses Of The Bush poem by Paul Warren. The Australian sun sparkles off the bushThe 4WD startles the horses on the hoof. Page.
  9. The term "to go bush" has several similar meanings all connected with the supposed wildness of the bush. It can mean to revert to a feral nature (or to "go native"), and it can also mean to deliberately leave normal surroundings and live rough, with connotations of cutting off communication with the outside world – often as a means of evading capture or questioning by the police.

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