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Johnny Greenwood - The Singing Transport Man album download
Johnny Greenwood - The Singing Transport Man album download
Performer: Johnny Greenwood
Title: The Singing Transport Man
Released: 1975
Style: Country
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3 FLAC AUD AA VOC VQF ASF APE VOX
FLAC size: 1833 mb | MP3 size: 1640 mb | WMA size: 1545 mb

50th Anniversary Album, There's Still A Country Boy In Me, Through the Years, The Best of Johnny Greenwood, Here I Am Again, This Land of Ours Australia. 50th Anniversary Album.

Johnny Greenwood is one of Queensland’s most enduring Country Style singers and entertainers and also a prolific songwriter. Born in Brisbane and spending his earliest times with his family in Goondiwindi and Wagga Wagga NSW and in the Brisbane suburb of Bulimba, he moved to a farm in the country at Bracewell, Mt. Larcom, Central Queensland at eight years of age. Here he learned to ride horses, milk cows, muster cattle and do the normal farm chores. Later moving to Astor, Colonial and Rodeo Records, other songs such as My Dad Was A Road Train Man, Billy Maher, Jack O'Hagan, Princess Street Bulimba, This Lands A Part Of You And Me, He Kept It All Australian, The Man. In Black Has Gone, Our Old Flag, How Ya Goin' Mate, There’s Still A Country Boy In Me and Australia’s Bert Hinkler have also had quite an impact.

Check out Jonny Greenwood's gear and equipment including the Vox AC30 Guitar Combo Amp, Fender Telecaster Plus (Duplicate), and Fender Telecaster Plus "Ebony Frost". Jonny Greenwood adquired this guitar in the early 90's. This guitar was stolen in Denver, 1995. But he reacquired in 2014. Jonny used the guitar in Radiohead's concert (Live at Astoria) in 1994. He used the guitar for these 3 songs : "My iron Lung", "Bones" & "Black Star". Fender Telecaster Plus "Ebony Frost". Fender Telecaster Plus (Duplicate). It is undoubtedly the most commonly used guitar by Greenwood.

The Singing Transport Man (1975) Track listing: The Singing Transport Man, Big Wheel Cannonball, Big Bill, Rolling Down The Highway, Black Smoke Blowin' Over Eighteen Wheels, I've Driven Everything, Giddyup Go, I'm A Truck, A Truckie's Life, Sittin' In All-Night Cafe, The Old Green Truck, The Lights On The Hill. Greenwood composed the soundtracks for the films Bodysong (2003), There Will Be Blood (2007), Norwegian Wood (2010), We Need To Talk About Kevin (2011), The Master (2012) and Inherent Vice (2014), and serves as e for the BBC Concert Orchestra. He is the younger brother of Radiohead bassist Colin Greenwood.

Under The Paving-Stones, The Beach! 1:56. MUSICIANS Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Robert Ziegler (1, 3, 6, 8, 10, 14, 16) Can (2) The Marketts (4) Jonny Greenwood (5, 10, 13–15) Gaz Coombes (5) Danny Goffey (5) Joanna Newsom, voiceover (5, 13) Minnie Riperton (7) Kyu Sakamoto (9) Neil Young (11) Les Baxter (12) Colin Greenwood (13) Clive Deemer (13) Shye Ben-Tzur (14) Chuck Jackson (17). Loving Arms, B: Sweet Little Lonely One 1963. Show, B: Lonely Street 1964. Australian Country Music Hall of Fame. Retrieved 3 October 2017. Thurston Moore The Country Music Who's Who 1966 "JOHNNY GREENWOOD, currently working in England, and JOHNNY MAC have turned out some good material". Billboard - 1 Dec 1973 - Page 48 "Johnny Greenwood has released a record on RCA about an Australian boxer, it's entitled "Tony Mundine

In the liner notes, Greenwood mentions he was in a "panic at not feeling qualified" when asked, and that his knowledge of Jamaican music was still growing as the project was nearing completion

Tracklist

A1 The Singin' Transport Man
A2 Big Wheel Cannonball
A3 Big Bill
A4 Rolling Down The Highway
A5 Black Smoke Blowin' Over Eighteen Wheels
A6 I've Driven Everything
B1 Giddyup Go
B2 I'm A Truck
B3 A Truckie's Life
B4 Sittin' In An All-Night Cafe
B5 The Old Green Truck
B6 The Lights On The Hill