Dougie Young - Land Where The Crow Flies Backwards. Dougie Young With Guitar (Vinyl)

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  1. Young sang "Cut A Rug", a drinking song from his troubadour days in the Wilcannia in the 50s and 60s, in both the SBS documentary and accompanying cd, Buried Country: The Story of Aboriginal Country Music. Young's song The Land Where the Crow Flies Backwards was added to the National Film and Sound Archive's Sounds of Australia registry in
  2. This six-track EP was the first recording of an Indigenous Australian singing his own compositions in a country music style. Dougie Young was born of mixed parentage in Cunnamulla in the early s, and worked as a stockman in Southern Queensland while learning guitar and developing his songwriting.
  3. Jun 27,  · Dougie Young was a singer and songwriter from South West Queensland. Young had a white father and a Gurnu mother. Earlier in his life he worked as a stockman, during which he learnt the guitar .
  4. Wattle Recordings produced in an extended-play vinyl disc of songs taped at Wilcannia the previous year. In the same year, folk singer Gary Shearston recorded ‘The Land Where the Crow Flies Backwards,’ the detailed sleeve-notes for the first time bringing Young’s name before a wider audience (Walker , 94–95).
  5. Apr 26,  · I’m reminded of the line in the song, ‘The Land Where the Crow Flies Backwards’. Though the version I first heard was recorded by the late Gary Shearston, it was written by Dougie. I’m pleased I’ve found the original from Dougie Young. The White Man took this country from me, he’s been fighting for it ever since.
  6. Dougie Young Recorded By Jeremy Beckett - Dougie Young - The Land Where the Crow Flies Backwards, EP - Music.

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