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  • Audio CD (1 Dec. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: EMI Gold
  • ASIN: B001KMUQK6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 90,988 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport
  2. Two Little Boys
  3. I've Lost My Mummy
  4. The Court Of King Caractacus
  5. Jake The Peg
  6. Pistol Packin' Mama (AKA Lay That Pistol Down) (Full Version)
  7. Big Dog
  8. My Word You Do Look Queer
  9. Nick Teen And Al K.Hall
  10. Goodnight Irene
  11. John Henry
  12. Iko Iko
  13. Mud Mud
  14. Football Crazy
  15. English Country Garden
  16. If I Were A Rich Man
  17. Sylvie
  18. Tie Me Huntin' Dog Down, Jed

Disc: 2

  1. Stairway To Heaven
  2. Smoke On The Water
  3. Walk On The Wild Side
  4. Wild Thing
  5. Hey Bulldog (Film 'Yellow Submarine')
  6. Bad Moon Rising
  7. Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da
  8. Honky Tonk Woman
  9. One Hand In My Pocket
  10. Maximillian Mouse
  11. Three Blind Mice
  12. Sonny
  13. The Gendarmes' Duet
  14. The Farmer's Boy
  15. Jimmy Johnson
  16. Happy Birthday Father Christmas
  17. Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer
  18. Six White Boomers

Disc: 3

  1. Sun Arise
  2. Sydney Town
  3. Raining On The Rock
  4. Brindabella Morning
  5. The Indian Pacific
  6. A Pub With No Beer
  7. Duncan
  8. Botany Bay
  9. Click Go The Shears
  10. Waltzing Matilda
  11. Wild Colonial Boy
  12. Along The Road To Gundagai
  13. The Overlander
  14. Wild Rover
  15. Carra Barra Wirra Canna
  16. That's What They Call The Didgeridoo
  17. Letter To Narelle
  18. I've Been Everywhere

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I enjoy listening to this CD box set as I have been a fan of Rolf Harris's for many a year, and it was just what I was looking for because it has got most of his hits from the past to the present.
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I overheard some of the younger members of the West Penge Conservative Club talking about Rolf Harris the other day. Apparently, he's been in the news recently. I am, of course, aware that he is one of the foremost painters of the twentieth century, but, I must admit I have not taken much notice of his recent musical offerings. I was, however, privileged to witness his legendary performance at the 1956 Conservo music festival when he set fire to his stylophone during a rendition of Waltzing Matilda in protest at Soviet intervention in Hungary.Anyway, to cut a long story short, I invested in this compilation album. What an eye-opener it has been. This man is truly a musical giant. Who can fail to be moved by the tale of "Two Little Boys", forced by circumstances to share a single mount? Who would not sympathise with the problems of controlling an over-active marsupial in "Tie Me Kangeroo Down"? Who does not feel for "Jake", the man cursed with an extra appendage? An artist with real spunk, who is not afraid to expose himself.
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There was a time when I wouldn't even consider buying Rolf's music, although I always liked some of his songs. As the years rolled by, I eventually realized that there was much more to his music than appears at first hearing, so when I heard praise for Six white boomers (a Christmas song that I don't remember hearing before), I decided it was worth taking a chance on this triple CD, especially at the price. It didn't cost me more than a single CD that inexplicably omits Two little boys, by far his biggest UK hit. That track is featured here along with Six white boomers, Sun arise, Tie me kangaroo down sport,, Football crazy, Jake the peg and all his other famous songs.

The first CD contains plenty of novelty songs including most of his famous songs. Actually, I don't consider Two little boys to be a novelty song; it has a deeper message about treating others as you'd like them to treat you. Elsewhere, the songs are lightweight and fun, providing a contrast with most of the other music I like.

The second CD is dominated by covers of classic songs including Stairway to heaven, Smoke on the water, Wild thing, Bad moon rising and Honky tonk women among others. Of course, Rolf interprets these classic songs as only he can.

The third CD is dominated by Australian songs. Opening with Sun arise, it includes The Indian Pacific (about a train that crosses the country from the Indian Ocean at Perth to the Pacific Ocean at Sydney), A pub with no beer (a UK hit for Slim Dusty in the fifties), Waltzing Matilda (perhaps the most famous Australian song) and That's what they call the didgeridoo (about an Australian musical instrument) among others.
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Great product, lots of good and some funny tunes. delivery etc and condition was excellent, thanks
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don't believe the press. this is class and rolf is inocent. saw him live after buying this. amazing energy for an old boy.
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There was a time not that long ago when rock critics wrote off Rolf Harris as rubbish especially singling out Two Little Boys.
But rock critics are as bad as politically correct people and are nothing more than self opinionated twerps who think the Sun rises and sets over the Velvet Underground.Two Little Boys for instance is a genuine Victorian ballad and was discovered by the Hearts & Flowers who were mid 60s folk rockers
Possibly Harris' answer to his critics-if he ever wasted time reading them-was to cut an album of classic rock songs which are at least more palatable than some of the originals.In this he followed the idea of Pat Boone who also cut an album of heavy metal given a big band treatment
Loses a star because of the inclusion of I've Lost My Mummy and the ommission of I Know A Man
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By AlanMusicMan TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 27 July 2013
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A great collection - but where's "Hurry Home" and "Someone's Pinched Me Winkles"? Shame to miss those out - they were as much played back in the day as almost any of the inclusions here.
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I bought this years before the court case (or any related media attention on him). It has many songs I'd enjoyed since my younger years but now listening to them is a tainted experience. What a shock as to what he's been found guilty of and his dramatic fall from grace - I can't really think of a bigger one. In many cases, people are their own worst enemy!
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