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Best of the lot. Recommend through experience

Of all this group's recordings, this is the best. Having lived in Outback Australia in both the dry and tropical areas this album best reflects life in the 'Far North.' I used to listen to the conversations between the Flying Doctor base and the plane in the air, and VJD reflects this. Swamp gives the atmosphere of the still shimmering heat of a swamp and the crocodiles that lurk therein. Troppo Dry is an accurate description of life in cyclone influenced North Queenland. I saw this group perform live, and the didgeribone sung about in Bedrock is made by blowing down plastic industrial plumber's piping (like a didgeridoo) and sliding the lower part of the pipe like a slide on a trombone, massive lung power! Charlie Mcmahon, who plays both the "didg" and he "'bone" is an Aboriginal man. Buy this CD and you won't have to leave your lounge to go to F.N.Q! (As we locals refer to Far North Queensland.) All the best, Johno

Gondwanaland, Charlie Mcmahon
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