The Plainsmen - Bullocky Jones album
Title: Bullocky Jones
Date of release: 1968
Size MP3: 1105 mb
Size FLAC: 1674 mb
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Jambalaya (On the Bayou). Jim Reeves - Put Your Sweet Lips Closer to the Phone. Top Songs By The Plainsmen. 1. Jambalaya (On The Bayou).
The Plainsmen - Bullocky Jones 02:42. The Plainsmen - Why Blame Me 03:11. The Plainsmen - One Red Rose 02:35. The Plainsmen - Caring For You 02:51. The Plainsmen - Big Sand 02:15. The Plainsmen - Travelling Blue 02:43. The Plainsmen - Until Tomorrow 03:56. The Plainsmen - Ballad Of The Waitaki 02:41.
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A bullocky is an Australian English term for the driver of a bullock team. The American term is bullwhacker. Bullock drivers were also known as teamsters or carriers. Bullock teams were in use in Sydney, New South Wales in 1795 when they were used for hauling building materials. The early explorers, Hume and Hovell in 1824 and Charles Sturt, later in 1828-9, also used bullock teams during their explorations.
The Plainsmen’s first LP. nd Then We Wrote, was recorded at the HMV studios in Wellington in 1967, sympathetically produced by Paul Pearce, son of influential broadcaster Arthur Turntable Pearce. The album provided a radio hit in parts of Australia with ‘Bullocky Jones’, while ‘Ballad Of The Waitaki’ would garner plenty of radio airplay at home and go on to be covered by country music singers Dusty Spittle and Danny McGirr, Timaru folkies The Picasso Trio and even household name John Hore on his 1972 album Travellin’ Singin’ Man. It also gained them a spot on the television show The Country Touch and work with the host Tex Morton, who tried fruitlessly to coax the band to accompany him on a national tour
- Made By – His Master's Voice (NZ) Limited
- Written-By – C. Stringer*, N. Stringer*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A, Etched A): 7XAN.650
- Matrix / Runout (Label B, Etched B): 7XAN.651