Friday, May 17, 2019

The Good Time Bush Band "At Parmy's Woolshed Berrima" 1981 LP

Another good album from Tassie Ian; Nice and clean thus requiring only basic cleaning.
Berrima is a lovely, historic little village in the NSW Southern Highlands highly dependent on tourism.

Parmy's Woolshed was previously unknown to me but apparently it was licensed from 1978 to 1990 in the category "theatres and public halls".

Likewise, I had never heard of this group before. Nevertheless, their performances on this album are competent, lively and entertaining. The members are identified by their names as Parmy, Lindsay, Rick, Rod, Tim, Willie and Bob. Their signatures add a little more. Parmy is possibly a Nev Parmenter. Lindsay may be a Lindsay Martin, and Rod appears to have the family name of Johnson. Tim is clearly Timothy Lee and Bob is Bob Piggott.  There is nothing further for Rick and Willie. Information to will be very welcome.

1. Good Time (group intro. song)
2. Billy of Tea
3. Flash Jack from Gundagai
4. Whispering Castle Music
5. Murshin Durkin (sic)
6. Let's do something cheap and superficial
7. Can't get the stuff no more
8. Twofold Bay
9. Wild Rover
10. The Cockies of  Bungaree
11. Wild wood flower (sic)/Skip to my lou
12. The rye buck shearer (sic)
13. Are you kissing more now
14. With my swag all on my shoulder

Below, click on whichever version prefer. All graphics including an inner graphic are included. Tracks and graphics are in a Zip file which must be decompressed.
Flac (lossless) version 241MB
MP3 version 256-320 VBR 71MB

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