05 May 2013

Theme Australian Date 05/05/2013

Wimmera River October 2012 near Horsham Weir Looking at South Bank © Rjn 2012

The Gypsy Jack Boggle Show

© 2013 Rjn
Theme: Australian
Date: 05/05/2013



The Spinners
The Family of Man
Fay White
FW002 CD
Soil Ain't Dirt,The Compost Maker's Worksong, With Our Own Two Hands,
King Willy, Streets of Forbes,Parramatta Gaol.
Cocky's Joy

Farewell to Nigg, The Swaggies Have All Waltzed Matilda Away, The Wild Colonial Boy.
Wheeze & Suck Band
Fire & Thorn 010 & 003

Money Shot,
Johnny In The Morning, Santy Anna
Yuri the Storyteller
Moscow 1941 & Chornoi Veron
Phyl Lobl
Broadmeadow Thistle

Paddock Woman
Battle of the Somme, Newsboy, Seasons of War, Ship of Fools.
Craig & Simone Dawson – Pitchfork Disney

We Used to Have a Car, It's Gonna rain, Wasteland.
John Dengate

Song of Childhood, The Randwick Races, Your Dog's Dead, My Tongue Goes Bungling Through Georgia.
Martyn Wyndham Read FECD 176D

The Female Rambling Sailor
Dave de Hugaard
Across the Western Plain, Moreton Bay, Ginny of the Moor.
Peter Hicks
The Man Wit The Pink Triangle, Unsung Heroes, Obituary, The Bottom Line.
Us Not Them

Pretty Please.
Judy Pinder
The Parting Glass


The Gypsy Jack Boggle Show is now also on
Facebook as Thegypsyjack Boggleshow
The Facebook Page has become something of a reflection of the issues concerning the show's friends and often indicates early trends of what is happening here in Australia and to friends around the world. It is a 'must' read if you wish to maximise your enjoyment and experience.

I particularly hope that some of the overseas readers
of the blog will come forward and say hello.
Our opening theme song from the Spinners was not idly
chosen....we are all part of the family of man no matter
where we live, our nationality or the hue of our skin....

Hello and Welcome.

Next Sunday – Celtic Theme –

have a fffolking good week”.

Tune in or chew your own ears off.

Don't forget to tune in tomorrow night for the
Gypsy Jack's Luscious Late Listen
Two hours, or there abouts, of classical jazz, followed by two hours of smooth seductive sounds until midnight.