Wednesday, 27 June 2018

Ross Ryan ‎“A Poem You Can Keep” 1973 + ‎ “…My Name Means Horse” 1974 Australia Folk Rock,Pop Rock


Ross Ryan ‎“A Poem You Can Keep” 1973 + ‎ “…My Name Means Horse” 1974 Australia Folk Rock,Pop Rock

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Ross Ryan ‎ “…My Name Means Horse” 1974 

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Ross Ryan ‎ “A Poem You Can Keep” 1973 
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Ross Ryan is one of Australia’s original and most celebrated singer-songwriters. His albums have won Record of the Year and Album of the Year awards and his songs have been recorded by performers as diverse as John Farnham and Slim Dusty. 

2014 sees Ross celebrating the 40th anniversary of the release of his triple gold ‘My Name Means Horse" album - featuring his signature tune, 'I Am Pegasus’ - still a favourite of Australian radio and named in 2003 by ABC TV’s 'Love Is In The Air’ as an Australian Anthem. 

He’s toured with Roy Orbison, Carol King and Van Morrison; written for The Age and The Financial Review; worked as a writer and performer in comedy theatre and children’s television; designs web sites; once had breakfast with Joni Mitchell; runs a recording studio; has a ‘King of Pop’ trophy - AND appeared twice on Mr Squiggle. 

To mark the anniversary of 'My Name Means Horse’, Ross - along with multi-instrumentalist Ken Stephenson and bassist Roy Zedras - will be playing a series of intimate wry autobiographical shows right across Australia……~


Australian musician and producer, was born on December 13, 1950, Fort Leavenworth (Kansas, US) … when he moved to Australia in 1959, he signed a contract with Al Maricic manager in 1972 and started regular concerts in the bar “Gramps Wine Bar”, in The same year he released his first album, in September of the same year Ryan supported Roy Orbison at a concert in Perth on the Australian tour … in 1973 Ross Ryan released the single “I Am Pegasus” which reached No. 9 “Go-Set Top "40 Australian singles, another of the musician’s successes is the 1974 album” My Name Means Horse “(No. 3 Go-Set Top 20 among Australian albums)….~



Ross Ryan ‎ "A Poem You Can Keep” 1973 

Tracklist 
I Don’t Want To Know About It 3:05 
Empire Lady 4:43 
Country Christine Waltz 4:11 
Worth My While 3:40 
Can’t Say It Hurts Me 5:00 
Hello, Remember Me 3:43 
Making The Same Mistake 2:36 
Goodbye Mitchy 3:07 
A Poem You Can Keep 3:04 
So Say Goodbye 5:53 
Last Song 2:22




Ross Ryan ‎ “…My Name Means Horse” 1974

Singer-songwriter ross ryan’s breakthrough single 'i am pegasus’ was released in october 1973. Not only did it top the charts, earning him the first of four gold records, it would also go on to be recognized as one of the all time classic australian singles - and would continue ryan’s swift ascendancy since being 'plucked from obscurity’ for a roy orbison support a year earlier. Ryan: “on thursday night i was playing at gramps wine bar to about 20 people - none of who were listening - and by saturday i was in front of 5,000 people on an orbison show. And so my act really consisted of telling everyone how petrified i was and explaining how i got to be there that night - and they started laughing and i got an incredible ovation”. Ryan ended up doing the whole tour. Orbison unexpectedly received bad reviews with ryan going over a storm. As a result of all this positive publicity, he was suddenly deluged with record contract offers eventually signing to emi. The subsequent album (ryan’s third) ’…my name means horse’ repeated the success of the single and would go triple gold. It was produced by peter dawkins and arranged by peter martin (scra). The 12 track lp included 'pegasus’, the follow up single 'orchestra ladies’, and classic album tracks including 'blood on the microphone’, '606’ and 'don’t look to me’. Ryan was even presented with a gold record by then prime minister gough whitlam….~

Tracklist 
You Put Me On
Orchestra Ladies
Don’t Look To Me
There Is No Pain
Blood On The Microphone
Nobody Waved Goodbye
I Am Pegasus
Battle Song
Edith Child
606
A Jules Song
Sing-Along-Horse-Song













Ross Ryan Album Discography: 

A Poem You Can Keep - 1973 
My Name Means Horse -1974 
After The Applause - 1976 
Smiling For The Camera 1978 
I Thought This Might Happen (Compilation) - 1979 
The Lost Ross Ryan Album - 1982 
RR Live - You Can Trust Me (I’m a Musician) - 1986 
The Greats of Ross (Compilation) - 1995 
One Person Queue - 2003 
The Difficult Third Compilation - 2009 
Stuff (Rarities and Silliness) - 2009

Singles 
“Sounds of Peppermint” (1972) AUS KMR: No. 97[4] 
“I Don’t Want to Know About It” (1973) AUS Go-Set: No. 38,[5] KMR No. 56[4] 
“I Am Pegasus” (1973) AUS Go-Set: No. 9[5] KMR No. 2[4] 
“Orchestra Ladies” (1974) AUS KMR: No. 67[4] 
“Blue Chevrolet Ballerina” (1975) AUS KMR: No. 38[4] 
“Sedel (Never Smiled at Me)” (1975) 
“Happy Birthday to Me” (1976) 
“Who Am I?” (1977) 
“Dancing” (1977) 
“Chaplin and Harlow” (1980) 
“Hello Stranger” (1981) 

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