Eric Bogle - The Colour Of Dreams (CD, Album). Greentrax Recordings. CDTRAX 237. UK. 2002. 버전 판매. JL 002. Jordie Lane. Jordie Lane - Sleeping Patterns (CD, Album). Not On Label (Jordie Lane Self-Released).
No Man's Land (Eric Bogle song). 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.
Here are the lyrics of a song by Eric Bogle. It is about the horses of the Australian Light Horse in World War 1. The below is about the song as Eric Bogle describes
Album · 2009 · 11 Songs. The Dreamer Eric Bogle. Listen on Apple Music.
Album Scraps of Paper. And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda Lyrics. Now when I was a young man I carried me pack, and I lived the free life of a rover From the Murray's green basin to the dusty outback, well, I waltzed my Matilda all over. Then in 1915, my country said son, it's time you stopped rambling, there's work to be done. And so now every April, I sit on me porch, and I watch the parades pass before me And I see my old comrades, how proudly they march, reviving old dreams of past glories. And the old men march slowly, old bones stiff and sore, the forgotten heroes of a forgotten war. And the young people ask, what are they marching for?. and I ask myself the same question. But the band plays Waltzing Matilda, and the old men still answer the call But as year follows year, more old men disappear, someday no one will march there at all.
Eric Bogle - Colour of Dreams (2002). Eric Bogle - Singing in the Spirit Home (2005). eric bogle by request. A great sad and funny album. Best-selling in CDs. See all.
And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda" is a song written by Scottish-born Australian singer-songwriter Eric Bogle in 1971.
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 considerations of the human condition. Some idea of the breadth of his work can be gained from the differing subject matter, ranging from The Aussie Bar-B-Q to a homage to Stan Rogers, entitled Safe in the Harbour. One of his most popular songs, Katie and the Dreamtime Land, is a tribute to American folksinger Kate Wolf, following her untimely death from leukemia in 1986.
|The Colour Of Dreams||5:09|
|The Koala Kafe||3:42|
|As If He Knows||4:29|
|Elvis 'n' Me||3:58|
|Care For The Land||3:48|
|One Morning In Bar Harbor||5:12|
|The Dalai Lama's Candle||4:11|
|Cradle To The Grave||4:33|
|RRR33||Eric Bogle||The Colour Of Dreams (CD, Album)||Rouseabout Records||RRR33||Australia||2002|
|CDTRAX 237||Eric Bogle||The Colour Of Dreams (CD, Album)||Greentrax Recordings||CDTRAX 237||UK||2002|