Loaded Dog albums...

Traditional Australian Folk Music.


That There Dog O’ Mine

Released 2008

That There Dog O’ Mine

The That There Dog O’Mine album, the third by Loaded Dog, was recorded in 2006 and 2008 and produced in 2008.  It again contains a good blend of contemporary and traditional Australian folk music.  Songs were recorded in Margaret River, Western Australia by Dave Mann who also mixed and mastered the CD.  Artwork and layout is by Alan Mann.  This album sees “The Dog” off the leash and catering to a wider range of tastes – from traditional (Down the River, The Shearers) to blues (New Metters Wood Stove) to music hall (The Cockatoo Digger), to the very contemporary, prizewinning, Winnipeg in Winter. 

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Hair of the Dog.

Released 2011.

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Dusty Gravel Road...

The Dusty Gravel Road album, the first by Loaded Dog, was produced in 2002.  It contains a blend of contemporary and traditional Australian folk music.  Songs were recorded in Margaret River, Western Australia by Dave Mann who also mixed and mastered the CD.  Artwork is by Monique Barker.  The album features five songs with words from the pen of Henry Lawson, one from Banjo Paterson, offerings from Jack Sorenson, Peter Blyth, Tom Wilson, Alan Ralph and one from Alan Mann one of the band members.  Tunes to songs include compositions from band members Bob Rummery, Alan Mann, Phil Gray and Phil Roeterdink.

Dusty Gravel Road

Released 2002

A Coastline Facing West

The Coastline Facing West album, the second by Loaded Dog, was produced in 2004.  It contains a blend of contemporary and traditional Australian folk music, with probably a greater percentage of contemporary songs and tunes than the previous Dusty Gravel Road album.  Songs again were recorded in Margaret River, Western Australia by Dave Mann who also mixed and mastered the CD.  Artwork and layout is by Alan Mann.  The album features strongly songs from the south-west of Western Australia – hence the title.  Songs by Phil Gray, Alan Mann, Tom Brittain and tunes by Bob Rummery provide images of this landscape and the people who work within it.  Songs from the eastern side are not forgotten however and many of the sentiments expressed are of course, quintessentially Australian. Louisa Wise (fiddle) and Scott Wise (mandolin) join us on selected tracks on this CD. 

A Coastline Facing West

Released 2004

Buy online! AU$25

Buy online! AU$25