Australia Songs

Evanescence - My Immortal (Australia CD5) (2003)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Feb. 19, 2018
Evanescence - My Immortal (Australia CD5) (2003)

Evanescence - My Immortal (Australia CD5) (2003)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 39 mb
Genre: alternative, pop metal

"My Immortal" is the 2003 single by American alternative/pop metal band Evanescence. This is taken from an Australian CD5 and features three additional songs, including a live version of "My Immortal".
Blossom Dearie & Phil Scorgie - Me And Phil: Blossom Dearie Live In Australia (1994/2018)

Blossom Dearie & Phil Scorgie - Me And Phil: Blossom Dearie Live In Australia (1994/2018)
Vocal Jazz | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:12:00 | 169 MB
Label: ABC Jazz Australia

A distinctive, girlish voice, crisp, impeccable delivery, and an irrepressible sense of playful swing made Blossom Dearie one of the most enjoyable singers of the vocal era. Her warmth and sparkle ensured that she'd never treat standards as the well-worn songs they often appeared in less capable hands. And though her reputation was made on record with a string of excellent albums for Verve during the '50s, she remained a draw with Manhattan cabaret audiences long into the new millennium.

Fatboy Slim - Fatboy Slim Vs. Australia (2018)  Music

Posted by varrock at Jan. 19, 2018
Fatboy Slim - Fatboy Slim Vs. Australia (2018)

Fatboy Slim - Fatboy Slim Vs. Australia (2018)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | Tracks: 7 | 33:36 min | 79 Mb
Style: Electronic | Label: Skint Records

English DJ and electronic music producer Norman Quentin Cook was a pioneer of the '90s big beat movement, issuing a handful of era-hits like "The Rockafeller Skank" and "Praise You" under the moniker Fatboy Slim. Formerly the bassist for the Housemartins and one-third of acid house hitmakers Pizzaman, Cook started by releasing his Fatboy material through club staple Skint, with his raucous blend of house, acid, funk, hip-hop, electro, and techno adding to his already formidable reputation as one of the foremost all-around producers on the U.K. club scene.
Wall Of Voodoo - 'Seven Days In Sammystown' + 'Happy Planet' + 'The Ugly Americans In Australia' (2012) 3 LP in 2 CD

Wall Of Voodoo - 'Seven Days In Sammystown' (1985) + 'Happy Planet' (1987)
+ 'The Ugly Americans In Australia' (1988) 3 LP in 2 CD, Remastered 2012

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 871 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 322 Mb | Scans ~ 85 Mb
Post-Punk, New Wave, Alternative Rock | Label: Raven | # RVCD-359 | Time: 02:20:35

Raven presents on a great value Double CD, three original, innovative albums by the highly regarded group WALL OF VOODOO: Seven Days in Sammystown (I.R.S., 1985), Happy Planet (I.R.S. 1987) and The Ugly Americans in Australia (I.R.S., 1988). These unique albums have been long unavailable and are ripe for re-evaluation. Wall of Voodoo emerged from the late 1970s Los Angeles alternative scene with a unique blend of machine-age junk music and off-kilter pop-rock. Like Devo, Wall of Voodoo’s sound was always challenging and entertaining or as once described, “like classy Halloween music, scary but pleasantly so”. Featuring Stan Ridgway as front man, the group made a big splash with clattering, expressive pop songs such as ‘Back in Flesh’, ‘Call of the West’ and the unlikely hit single ‘Mexican Radio’. There was great intelligence at work and a bite to the music that continued when Ridgway left to pursue a solo career and was replaced by Andy Prieboy. Third album Seven Days in Sammystown yielded the hit single ‘Far Side of Crazy’ while the fourth Happy Planet boasted a demented re-working of the old Beach Boys fave ‘Do It Again’.
VA - Morning Of The Earth (30th Anniversary Edition) (1972) {2002 Warner Music Australia} **[RE-UP]**

VA - Morning Of The Earth (30th Anniversary Edition) (1972) {2002 Warner Music Australia}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 547 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 225 mb
Genre: soundtrack, classic rock, folk rock, country rock, prog rock, pop rock

Morning Of The Earth is the soundtrack to the 1971 surf documentary directed by Albert Falzon. Originally released by Warner Bros. in Australia, this is a 30th anniversary CD released in 2002.
The San Miguel Philharmonic Orchestra - Great Filipino Love Songs (2004) **[RE-UP]**

The San Miguel Philharmonic Orchestra - Great Filipino Love Songs (2004)
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 264 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 125mb
Genre: classical, pop, symphonic pop

The San Miguel Philharmonic Orchestra were a group from the Phillipines funded by the San Miguel Foundation for the Performing Arts, and released a number of compact discs, including this one in 2004 called Great Filipino Love Songs. They are instrumental cover versions of popular Filipino songs originally sung in Tagalog. Sadly, the group were forced to stop in 2007 when they were told the money would be better spent on sports.
Kev Carmody & VA - Cannot Buy My Soul: The Songs of Kev Carmody (2007) 2CDs [Re-Up]

Kev Carmody & VA - Cannot Buy My Soul: The Songs of Kev Carmody (2007) 2CDs
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 892 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 326 Mb | Scans ~ 101 Mb
Singer/Songwriter, Folk, Country, Pop, Rock | Label: EMI | # 0946 77741 2 0 | 02:22:41

Kev Carmody is not only one of the most respected singer/songwriters in the country, but also one of Aboriginal Australia's most visible ambassadors. This release will be packaged as a 2-disc album, the first disc featuring some of Australia's finest singers/songwriters paying tribute to the highly respected & admired Kev Carmody, and the second containing Carmody's original versions. The high calibre of artists featured - Bernard Fanning, The Herd, Tex Perkins, The Waifs, Missy Higgins, Augie March, Clare Bowditch, The John Butler Trio and many more) is testament to the level of respect shared amongst the Australian musical community, and also the impact that Kev has had on Australian music. The album was put together & recorded throughout 2006 by Paul Kelly, who describes Kev Carmody's body of work as one of our "great cultural treasures, incorporating oral history, the ongoing hurt of dispossession and the healing power of nature…influential and highly regarded in all corners of the country".

Bert Jansch - Downunder: Live In Australia (2001)  Music

Posted by tirexiss at June 5, 2017
Bert Jansch - Downunder: Live In Australia (2001)

Bert Jansch - Downunder: Live In Australia (2001)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 58:04 | 455 MB
Genre: Folk-Rock, Singer-Songwriter | Label: Castle Music | Catalog: CMRCD022

Live is perhaps the best way to hear Bert Jansch, to be dazzled by the quality and assurance of his guitar work as well as his way with a song. After what seemed like a long time in the wilderness, he'd found his musical path again in 1996 with When the Circus Comes to Town and Live at the 12 Bar. Recorded two years later, this sounds so much more confident than either of those releases, the music of a man who'd not only recovered his form but was back at the top of his game – you only need to hear the picking behind the voice on "She Moved Through the Fair" to understand that.
VA - To Love Somebody: The Songs Of The Bee Gees 1966-1970 (2017)

VA - To Love Somebody: The Songs Of The Bee Gees 1966-1970 (2017)
Pop Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:18:26 | 195 MB
Label: Ace Records | Release Year: 2017

A decade before the Saturday Night Fever years, the Bee Gees were writing classic songs that endure to this day. A welcome addition to our Songwriter series, these recordings span the full range from the early Australian Leedon/Spin period to the soul, psych and classic pop of their 1967-1970 heyday. The top soul artists of the time would queue up to record Gibb Brothers compositions - Al Green, Percy Sledge, James Carr, Nina Simone, Bettye Swann and others put their personal stamp on these instantly recognizable songs.

Caitlyn Shadbolt - Songs On My Sleeve (2017)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at May 26, 2017
Caitlyn Shadbolt - Songs On My Sleeve (2017)

Caitlyn Shadbolt - Songs On My Sleeve
Country, Pop, Singer-Songwriter | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 40:37 min | 93.4 MB
Label: ABC Australia | Tracks: 12 | Rls.date: 2017

Caitlyn Shadbolt sits at the crossroads between country and pop. Just don’t confuse the sunshine voice and upbeat songs for softness; Shadbolt possesses a refreshing level of self-confidence and determination. “Get to Me,” “Suddenly” and “Breakup Anthem” dispense with the “woe is me” charade, demonstrating she’d much rather slam a door than be the doormat.