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Tracks 1-16 of this album capture Bogle at his creative peak, in a fantastic setting - a small show in Perth, in 1986. The songs have their production stripped back to just Eric and two mates who play and sing as a very cohesive unit. This is a wonderful performance with songs that'll make you laugh, cry and shake your head at times, and the stories he tells between songs (which are often longer that the songs themselves) are essential listening. If you only buy one Eric Bogle album, make it this one!

Eric Bogle: At this Stage

I've been waiting for this concert to come out on CD since first hearing it on a 2-record LP some 15 years ago. It is Eric Bogle at his best - with the audience at the Octagon Theatre in the palm of his hand. As any of his many fans will be aware, Eric has the ability to have you in fits of laughter at one moment and, in the very next song, in tears. Brilliant!!

And the band played waltzing Matilda

This would have to be the definitive Australian song decayed to those that went to war. Very moving, very emotional. If you don't shed a tear, you're not an Australian!


Born: 1944 in Peebles, Scotland

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

One of Australia's eminent singer/songwriters, Eric Bogle has been sharing his unique Scotsman-goes-down-under view since the late-'70s. His songs, including "And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda," "Leaving Nancy," "Nobody's Moggy Now," and "Little Gomez," have been covered by a growing list of artists, including June Tabor, the Pogues, Mary Black, Donovan, Billy Bragg, and the Dubliners. The Fureys' rendition of "No Man's Land (Green Fields of France)" spent 26 weeks on the Irish music charts, including...
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