Consumer Guide Album. Margaret Roadknight: Living in the Land of Oz In Australia she's been dubbed "queen of jazz," which says more about Australia than it does about jazz. As does she-what's most appealing on this . compilation is topical (and usually humorous) material about her native continent that's recommended to Nick Cave and Olivia Newton-John.
Dedicated to Germaine Greer, and all Australians who inspire, challenge and delight us (be they in OZ or O/S). This compilation ℗ 1984 Festival Records Pty. Ltd. Australia. Trademark owned by Festival Records Pty. Manufactured and distributed by Festival Records Pty. Australia and Festival Records (.
Margret RoadKnight was born in July 1943 in Melbourne. She had no formal singing lessons, "harmonizing with my mother and sister while we did the housework that sort of thing and the usual school choir and church choir. For her secondary education RoadKnight attended Santa Maria Ladies College, Northcote. She became a recreation worker in. East Melbourne and "taught art and craft, games and sport to kids from 3 to 17 years old for two and an half years. RoadKnight's early inspirations were Harry Belafonte, Odetta and Nina Simone . RoadKnight's first compilation album, Living in the Land of Oz, appeared in 1984, which included her version of the title track – a cover of Ross Wilson's track for the 1976 film, Oz. Robert Christgau rated the album as B+ and felt that "she musters an impressively gruff blues timbre and on occasion some rudimentary swing, I'm not convinced she.
Living in the Land of Oz. Redwood.
By Margret Roadknight. 1. Living In The Land of Oz - 2013 Remastered Version. 2. Girls in Our Town - 2013 Remastered Version. 3. Minuit 1 & 11 - 2013 Remastered Version.
The Marvelous Land of Oz is a musical play by Thomas W. Olson (book), Gary Briggle (lyrics), and Richard Dworsky (music), based on the novel by L. Frank Baum. Briggle originated the role of the Scarecrow in the original 1981 production, directed by John Cark Donahue at The Children's Theatre Company and School of Minneapolis
It was fully operational until 1980. It now opens for Fridays in June for "Journey with Dorothy Tours" and in September for Autumn at Oz - the largest Wizard of Oz festival in the country.
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Margret RoadKnight covered The Ballad of Dancing Doreen, Gave It a Try, The Work Song, I Don't Wanna Play and other songs. Margret RoadKnight originally did The Ballad of Dancing Doreen, Gave It a Try, The Work Song, I Don't Wanna Play and other songs. Released on Living in the Land of Oz (1984). The Ballad of Dancing Doreen. Originally by Ralph McTell. Released on Margret RoadKnight (1976). Gave It a Try. Originally by Joan Armatrading. Originally by Maria Muldaur. Discover The Original. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information.
|A1||Living In The Land Of Oz
Written-By – Ross Wilson
|A2||Girls In Our Town
Written-By – Bob Hudson
|A3||Waltzing Matilda (Blues Version)
Arranged By [Trad. Arr.] – Judy Bailey, Margret RoadknightWritten-By – Banjo Paterson
|A4||I'll Be Gone
Written-By – Mike Rudd
|A5||Love Tastes Like Strawberries
Written-By – Sanders*, Soloman*
|A6||Love At First Sight
Written-By – Glenn Cardier
|A7||(Bloody Well) Australian Through And Through
Written By – Tony Miles
Written-By – Colin Campbell
|B2||Winter In America
Written-By – Doug Ashdown, Jimmy Stewart
|B3||Raw Deal (Title Song From The Film)
Written-By – Rod Edgeworth*
|B4||Tears Their Toll Can Take
Written-By – Bernard Bolan
|B5||I Ain't Never Heard You Play The Blues
Written-By – Steve Goodman
|B6||Masculine Women, Feminine Men
Written-By – Leslie*, Monaco*
Words By – Barry Humphries
|RR3200||Margret Roadknight||Living In The Land Of Oz (LP, Comp)||Redwood Records||RR3200||US||1984|