Eric Bogle - The Colour of Dreams mp3 downloadPerformer: Eric Bogle
Title: The Colour of Dreams
Style: Political Folk
Released: October 7, 2002
Size MP3 version: 1259 mb
Size FLAC version: 1851 mb
Size WMA version: 1800 mb
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Eric Bogle - The Colour of Dreams mp3 download
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No Man's Land" (also known as "The Green Fields of France" or "Willie McBride") is a song written in 1976 by Scottish folk singer-songwriter Eric Bogle, reflecting on the grave of a young man who died in World War I. Its chorus refers to two famous pieces of military music, "The Last Post" and "The Flowers of the Forest".
The Colour of Dreams (2002).
The Colour of Dreams. Eric Bogle with John Munro. 1. - It's Not Cricket. Album + Compilation. The Eric Bogle Songbook.
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DISCLAIMER: This site is not endorsed by Eric Bogle, but has been developed by and for loyal fans. Musician John Campbell Munro was known to thousands of people across the world. Perhaps best known over the past 35+ years as Eric Bogle’s accompanist and travelling companion but also for his work with Adelaide bands such as Country Express, Colcannon and the Skillet Lickers and more.
Eric Bogle AM (born 23 September 1944) is a Scottish-Australian folk singer-songwriter. Born and raised in Scotland, he immigrated to Australia at the age of 25, to settle near Adelaide, South Australia. Bogle's songs have covered a variety of topics, and have been performed by many artists. Endangered Species (1999). The Colour Of Dreams (2002). Other People's Children (2005).
All about ERIC BOGLE: Lyrics, Biography, Popular Albums, Latest News, Videos and More. Eric Bogle Biography. Scotland's greatest living Australian. Written in 1972, And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda is perhaps his best-known song, being a haunting evocation of the ANZAC experience fighting in the Battle of Gallipoli. It has also been interpreted as a reaction to the Vietnam War. Bogle's songs cover a wide range of subjects, including bright comic songs, satires, protest songs and other serious. 5.
|1||The Colour of Dreams||Eric Bogle||5:09|
|2||No Resurrection||Eric Bogle||4:27|
|3||The Koala Kafe||Eric Bogle||3:42|
|4||As If He Knows||Eric Bogle||4:29|
|6||Elvis 'N' Me||Eric Bogle||3:58|
|7||Daniel Smiling||Eric Bogle||4:36|
|8||Global Economy||Eric Bogle||2:42|
|9||Care for the Land||Eric Bogle||3:48|
|10||One Morning in the Bar Harbor||Eric Bogle||5:12|
|11||The Dalai Lama's Candle||Eric Bogle||4:11|
|14||Elizabeth's Song||Eric Bogle||5:10|
|15||Cradle to the Grave||Eric Bogle||4:33|
|16||Soaring Free||Eric Bogle||4:49|