The Goodwills | The Last Waterhole

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The Last Waterhole

by The Goodwills

Urban folk songs with Australasian themes but often universal appeal. Songwriter Bob Wilson's droll sense of humour and knack for clever wordplay prevails throughout. There are also some heart-rending ballads on this studio album.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. The Last Waterhole
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2. Buddy's Gone to Conondale
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3. Another Year With You
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4. Rangitiki
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5. Burning Father's Letters / Gad's Hill Bonfire
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6. Feral Cat Blues
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7. Waterfront Row
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8. Ore Train Blues
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9. Dead Man's Shirt
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10. Down in the Garden
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11. Paul Who?
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12. The Morris Ale
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13. Watching Footie
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14. Burning Father's Letters (Reprise)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Goodwills are a veteran Australian duo performing original music with a country/roots flavour. The Last Waterhole is the duo's fourth album. It contains some bouncy tunes about controversial topics (climate change, feral cats, jobs lost to new technology), all revealing songwriter Bob Wilson's flair for story-telling. There are also touching ballads about immigration, family dilemmas and the challenge of maintaining long-term relationships.

The Goodwills are Laurel Wilson (vocals) and Bob Wilson (vocals, harmonies, guitars and harmonicas). Some excellent musicians contributed their skills to this album including Steve Cook (multi-instrumentalist), Silas Palmer (keys and violin), Rose Broe (accordion), Tim Finnegan (double bass) and Erin Sulman (drums and percussion). The album liner notes explain the Australian-isms which crop up from time to time.

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