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John Williamson


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John Williamson - Waratah St. (Radio Interview) FLAC

John Williamson - Waratah St. (Radio Interview) FLAC


Your New Album Is Called "Waratah St.". Is This A Real Place Or Somewhere You Think Should Be Real?
Having Achieved A Great Female Response With 'Cootamundra Wattle' You Seem To Be Writing More Love Songs. Why The Change?
Stan Coster Scorned What He Called "Bedroom Ballads". Would Stan Be Disappointed In You, Or Are Your Songs Different?
There Is Something Different About Your Love Songs, Though, Where Do You Try And Meld In Something About Australia, About Being Particularly Australian
You've Paid Homage To Stan By Recording One Of His Songs. How Did You Come To Choose "The Wobbly Boot"?
I Think "Wintergreen" Is Another One Of Your Gems, Listening To It, I Feel That I'm Out There In That "Shack On The Rocky Hill". Does It Exist?
You Seem To Have Seen A Bit Of Ned Kelly In Recent Times With Him Coming Up In "A Flag Of Our Own".
You Have A Bit Of History With Controversial Songs. But "A Flag Of Our Own" Seems To Outdo "The Vasectomy Song" And Even "Rip Rip Woodchip". Can You Explain Your Beliefs?
Well You're What, Up To Your Third Flag Now?
You're Obviously Quite Passionate About The Flag, And So There Are Many Other People, But There Are Still Those Who Want To Retain The Old Flag. You've Always Had A Bit Of Respect For Diggers, That's Shown In You're "Diggers Of The Anzac" And "Forty Years Ago" But You've Always Been Banned From At Least One R.S.L. Club. How Do You Feel About That?
Of Course, The New Album Isn't All Seriousness And It Sounds Like You Had Quite A Time Out With "Goondiwindi Pork".
A Couple Of Other Uptempo Tracks Are The Ones About Your Daughters, How Did They Feel About Being On The Album?
I'm Told There's A Good Story Behind "Papa Whisky November".
Having Travelled The Country Pretty Well In The Past 20 Years, Does It Get Harder To Find Inspiration For Songs?
Thanks For Chatting With Us Today, John, We Look Forward To Hearing More Of The Album.
John's Comments On Each Song
Songs For My Guitar
Tubbo Station
Waratah Street
A Bushman Can't Survive
Wobbly Boot Hotel (Boggabilla Pub)
Goondiwindi Park
Will Our Grandchildren Sing/A Flag Or Our Own
The Big Depression
Ami, Take Your Chances
Beachcomber From Woolongong
Millions Of Women
Papa Whisky November


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none John Williamson Waratah St. (Radio Interview) ‎(LP, Promo, W/Lbl) Not On Label none Australia 1991
Tvl93347 John Williamson Waratah Street Radio Interview ‎(LP, Promo, W/Lbl) Festival Records Pty. Ltd. Tvl93347 Australia 1991

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