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Norma O'Hara Murphy - Solid Gold (2014)

15-11-2014, 10:40
Music | Country

Norma O'Hara Murphy - Solid Gold (2014)

Artist: Norma O'Hara Murphy
Title Of Album: Solid Gold
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Country
Label: WJO
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 47:06
Total Size: 109 Mb

1. Hall O'fame (3:11)
2. The Cuttin' Song (2:53)
3. I'm A Cowgirl (4:06)
4. Texas To Tamworth (Texas Waltz) (3:07)
5. Farther Down The Line (3:20)
6. Warwick Rodeo (3:41)
7. Solid Gold (3:48)
8. Roughrider (4:05)
9. Bundarra Dust (3:29)
10. Paddy William (4:25)
11. Gone Drovin' (4:35)
12. Reflection (6:22)

Norma O'Hara Murphy was born and raised in the Murray Valley region of country Victoria; where her mother's family, of Irish decent, were pioneers of the area. Her two great passions in life, aside from family, have always been her horses and her music.

Norma won her first Golden Guitar in 1986, in the Heritage Award category, with "How The Firequeen Crossed The Swamp"; and today she is still the only female to have ever won this category.

Further Golden Guitars followed for Female Vocalist of the Year, with "Sarah's Memory" in 1991 and "Tamworth The Song" in 1993. Sarah's Memory holds an interesting tale, in that it is one of the few songs Norma has recorded that she didn't write herself. The lyrics were presented to her while she was judging a songwriting contest, and she was so impressed with them that upon the conclusion of the contest she had the organisers arrange for the her to meet the writer. To Norma's amazement the young lady who penned those powerfull words was only 16 years of age. Norma composed the music to go with the lyrics, the song was recorded, and it won a Golden Guitar.

In 1995 Norma moved to Larrikin Records and recorded her eighth album, Sweet Rain; and in 1999 she produced and released her ninth album, Live In Bundaberg, through her own label Gumleaf Music.

The beginning of this millenium saw Norma revising her lifestyle and opting for a less hectic pace of life, where she could concentrate more fully on her passion for writing. This produced another two Golden Guitars for her Bush Ballads "Paddy William" in 2001, and "An Old Cattle Dog" in 2003; both sung by Slim Dusty.

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