John Sangster - "Australia and all that Jazz" Vol 1 (1971) MP3/Flac
All tracks written by John Sangster except Track 1 by Don Burrows.
SIDE ONE - "WHERE WATER IS PLENTIFUL"
01. 'first light'
The bush comes to life
The rising sun brings to life the flowers' colours - the Waratah, Gymea Lily and Banksia. This composition features Don Burrows' bass flute.
03. 'the birds'
features Graeme Lyall's tenor saxaphone
04. 'procession of tadpoles & waterstriders'
Don Burrows on alto flute
Errol Buddle on bassoon
06. 'forest with birds'
John Sangster on vibraphone and Don Burrows on alto flute
07. 'man, the destroyer'
Tony Buchanan's bass clarinet depicts the destruction of this beautiful environment - but with care, it will survive.
SIDE TWO - "DRY AUSTRALIA"
08. 'the desert'
Don Burrows - bass flute
09. 'skull & bones'
The sun-bleached remains of victims of drought
10. 'the sand swimmer'
Sangster on vibraphone slap-mallets
Water brings the desert to life. John Sangster on fender rhodes.
12. 'the knob tailed gecko'
Errol Buddle on tenor saxaphone
13. 'the centre'
Vibraphone improvisation by John Sangster
14. 'the city'
Even the distant city-dweller has his responsibility to preserve this land
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