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9 thoughts on “ Weddings, Parties, Anything - Donkey Serenade (CD, Album)

  1. Weddings Parties Anything ‘Hard But Fair’ Australian Tour who signed the band in and promptly released their debut album, Scorn of the Women. the independently produced Donkey Serenade. The music style shifted somewhat from folk to a more alternative country sound. The band decided at this time to concentrate on the.
  2. King Tide, an Album by Weddings Parties Anything. Released in on rooArt (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Pop Rock.
  3. Last week I discussed the making of Dead Set Certainty – my first studio album post Weddings, Parties, Anything. In the article I compared that record to one of the later Weddings albums Donkey Serenade. I think it’s a fair comparison. Both were records constructed entirely under independent resources. Both were records that had a lot of.
  4. Weddings Parties Anything, Category: Artist, Top Tracks: Father's Day, Don't Need Much, Biography: With their name "borrowed" from a Clash song ("Revolution Rock"), and influences such as Woody Guthrie, Tex Morton, and the Rolling Stones, one gets the idea that it is not easy to categorize the Australian band Weddings, Parties, Anything (W.P.A.)., Monthly Listeners: , Where People .
  5. Weddings Parties Anything With their name “borrowed”from a Clash song (“Revolution Rock”), and listed influences as Woody Guthrie, Tex Morton, and The Rolling Stones, one gets the idea that it is not easy to categorize the Australian band, Weddings, Parties, Anything (W.P.A.).
  6. Weddings Parties Anything Folk-rock Melbourne, Australia Discography (all albums) - torrent - Scorn Of The Women kbps DNL Hungry Years - Ladies Lounge - Donkey Serenade kbps DNL 1."Where the Highway Meets the Cane" (Mick Thomas) -
  7. All Tracks - Weddings Parties Anything Weddings Parties Anything - Topic; 89 videos; 31, views; Last updated on May 30,
  8. Following the release of the independent Donkey Serenade and an apparent renewed interest in the band, Weddings Parties Anything (W.P.A.) signed to yet another label and released this CD. Initial pressings of the CD featured a different sleeve, and did not include the "Bonus" CD, Garage Sale, which had been available previously at their live performances.9/
  9. Weddings, Parties, Anything. were an Australian folk rock band formed in in Melbourne and continuing until Their name came from The Clash song ("Revolution Rock") and musicologist Billy Pinnell described their first album as the best Australian rock debut since Skyhooks ' Living in .

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