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John Williamson - The Breaker album mp3

Performer: John Williamson
Title: The Breaker
Country: Australia
Released: 1981
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 183
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John Williamson ‎– The Breaker. An Emusic/Trafalgar Production (p) 1981 Graeme Dawn Assoc. Inspired by the film "Breaker Morant". On both sides' runouts, the un-crossed out SMX number and the single digit before it are in a different handwriting to the rest of the details. Matrix, Runout (Label Side A): MX 58321.

Tempo unknown for The Breaker by John Williamson. Top Songs John Williamson. Diggers of the ANZAC. Old Man Emu. Three Rivers Hotel. The Glory of Australia. Silver Haired Showman.

John Williamson is a famous singer from Australia, known for albums like ‘Mallee Boy’, ‘Warragul’, and ‘Boomerang Café’. Read on for detailed information about his childhood, profile, career and timeline. John Williamson is a famous Australian country musician, known mostly for his album ‘Mallee Boy’, which was his nickname since he grew up in a town having the same name. Having been trained to play the ukulele, guitar and harmonica, this talented musician started out by forming a small band in his college.

John Williamson AM, is an Australian country/folk music singer. John’s most recent album, Looking For a Story was released in 2016. In total he has released 22 Studio Albums, over 40 albums including compilations, 15 films and two books. His works have received twenty-six Golden Guitar country music trophies, three ARIA music awards, and many of his albums and singles have been certified between platinum and triple-platinum. Popular John Williamson songs. Botany Bay. John Williamson. Home Among The Gum Trees. True Blue - 1986 version.

John Williamson – Year by Year. Born November 1st into a musical family, his mother and father sang in local productions including Gilbert and Sullivan. John is the eldest of 5 brothers, and is raised in the Victorian Mallee at Quambatook. Family moves to Croppa Creek, near Moree, NSW. Begins performing at a local restaurant and when he includes Old Man Emu, the first song he has written, it is an instant favourite, with John having to perform it some two or three times a night. John sings Old Man Emu on ‘New Faces‘ which he wins.

Breaker (Accept album) (1981), by German heavy metal band Accept. Breaker (For Today album) (2010), by Christian metalcore band For Today. Joe), a fictional character in the . Breaker, a character in the Z Force (Action Force) action figure line. John Williamson (23 May 1901 – 1949) was a Scottish mathematician who worked in the fields of algebra, invariant theory, and linear algebra. Among other contributions, he is known for the Williamson construction of Hadamard matrices. Williamson graduated from the University of Edinburgh with first-class honours in 1922. John Williamson (born August 19, 1986) is an American professional basketball player who plays for Hapoel Tel Aviv . of the Israeli Basketball Premier League. John Williamson began his college career at Cincinnati State.

All about JOHN WILLIAMSON: Lyrics, Biography, Popular Albums, Latest News, Videos and More. Williamson was then invited to write a song for the 1980 movie Breaker Moran]. The song that resulted was called ''The Breaker'', featuring narration vocals by Charles 'Bud' Tingwell. In 1982, Williamson produced a demo version to one of his songs, "True Blue", and included it on a new compilation album under the same name, adding ''The Best Of John Williamson. Later in the year, he did another album ''Fair Dinkum . ', featuring old Aussie ballads such as ''With My Swag Upon My Shoulder'',.

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Tracklist

John Williamson And Charles (Bud) Tingwell The Breaker 3:57
John Williamson And Friends The Breaker (Instrumental) 4:08

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
K 8413, GW 014 John Williamson The Breaker ‎(7", Single) Cherry Pie, Cherry Pie K 8413, GW 014 Australia 1981
GW 014 John Williamson and Charles (Bud) Tingwell John Williamson and Charles (Bud) Tingwell - The Breaker ‎(7", Single) Cherry Pie GW 014 Australia 1981
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