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Woodford Folk Festival 2005-2006

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Woodford Folk Festival 2005-2006


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A place where the spirit of the Reverend Gary Davis can transcend through the passion and verve of roots artist Eric Bibb

A place where an ebullient Bomba can become one with the gathered, midst an uproarious racket of pulsing beats and soulful a cappella singing…

A place where the gentle rhythmic roll of Brisbane’s Kooi ebbs on into the night sky, an aural sea of luminous colour…

Where the inimitable kook of part man/ part coyote That 1 Guy can howl forth the sleeping Martian curled up in the depths of your very cortex nebulae …

Where Lior can transfix you…

And The Herd crew will shake you…

Where The Dirty Three will strap you in next to a girl named Sue as she takes her final harrowing, mesmerising ride…

A place where Mal Webb can re-write the entire soundtrack to The ‘Lord Of The Rings’ trilogy in an astonishing 3 and a half minutes…

A place, candle lit and down by the docks of Old Odessa where Mikalangelo and his Black Sea Gentlemen regale the throng with hazy recollections of El Diablo & Pandora’s Box…

A place where the carnival-esque mayhem of a New Year’s Eve party is brought to a hush by the spine-tingling lone flute of Tenzin Choegyal

A place where the bittersweet and heartfelt baritone of Australia’s self-made idol

Pete Murray can mirror the longings of your aching heart…

 

And a place where the white hot lions of Oz-salsa pop The Cat Empire will set fire to your sandal straps with a cavalcade of wailing horns, torrential keys and splatter percussion…

Finally… imagine a place where the above-mentioned form a small but razor sharp tip on one of the most gob-smacking icebergs you’ve ever had the pleasure to experience…

 

0506 was inspired by the overwhelming interest in the 0405 release, that might best be summed up through a few of the reviewers comments …

 “ ‘Woodford is building all the time,’ organiser Linsey Pollak says, ‘It’s much more than what we see and hear around us; it’s a collective vision and that’s what excites me. People come for the experience of the event at least as much for the bands.’ The DVD mirrors this completely.”  The Weekend Australian

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