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Botany Bay - 14 mixes

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    Botany Bay 1866/4 Arr. Bruce Maginnis (APRA) | Mark Johns (PRS)
    Traditional Australian folk song featuring male vocals
    3:41
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-86604
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidBotany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
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    Botany Bay 2 1866/44 Arr. Bruce Maginnis (APRA) | Mark Johns (PRS)
    Traditional Australian folk song featuring male vocals. Lighter version
    3:40
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-86644
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidBotany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
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    Botany Bay 3 1866/45 Arr. Bruce Maginnis (APRA) | Mark Johns (PRS)
    Australian folk song instrumental with guitars, mandolin, violin & accordion
    2:07
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-86645
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidBotany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
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    Botany Bay 4 1866/46 Arr. Bruce Maginnis (APRA) | Mark Johns (PRS)
    Australian folk song instrumental. No melody line
    2:21
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-86646
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidBotany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
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    Botany Bay 5 1866/47 Bruce Maginnis (APRA) | Mark Johns (PRS)
    Warm, peaceful & reflective solo acoustic guitar
    1:48
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-86647
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidBotany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
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    Botany Bay 6 (60) 1866/48 Arr. Bruce Maginnis (APRA) | Mark Johns (PRS)
    Australian folk song instrumental with guitars, mandolin, violin & accordion
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-86648
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidBotany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
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    Botany Bay 7 (30) 1866/49 Arr. Bruce Maginnis (APRA) | Mark Johns (PRS)
    Australian folk song instrumental with guitars, mandolin, violin & accordion
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-86649
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidBotany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
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    Botany Bay 8 (30) 1866/50 Arr. Bruce Maginnis (APRA) | Mark Johns (PRS)
    Australian folk song instrumental. Accordion & violin mix
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-86650
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidBotany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
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    Botany Bay 9 (30) 1866/51 Arr. Bruce Maginnis (APRA) | Mark Johns (PRS)
    Australian folk song instrumental. Solo accordion mix
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-86651
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidBotany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
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    Botany Bay 10 (Sting) 1866/52 Arr. Bruce Maginnis (APRA) | Mark Johns (PRS)
    Australian folk song instrumental sting
    0:06
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-86652
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidBotany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
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    Botany Bay 11 (Sting) 1866/53 Arr. Bruce Maginnis (APRA) | Mark Johns (PRS)
    Australian folk song instrumental sting. Lighter version
    0:06
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-86653
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidBotany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
  12. Play
    0:06
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-86654
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidBotany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
  13. Play
    0:06
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-86655
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidBotany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
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    Botany Bay 14 (Sting) 1866/56 Arr. Bruce Maginnis (APRA) | Mark Johns (PRS)
    Gentle, solo acoustic guitar sting
    0:04
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-86656
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidBotany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
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    Click Go The Shears 1866/7 14 mixes Bruce Maginnis (APRA) | Mark Johns (PRS)
    Cheery Australian country/folk song about sheep shearers. Male vocal
    3:37
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    Queensland Drover 1866/1 12 mixes Bruce Maginnis (APRA) | Mark Johns (PRS)
    Colonial folk song with cheerful male vocals, accordion, violin & guitar
    1:59
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    Wild Colonial Boy 1866/8 16 mixes Arr. Bruce Maginnis (APRA) | Mark Johns (PRS)
    Australian folk ballad about a 19th century outlaw. Male vocal
    5:33
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