John Ralph - Performer/Teacher/Composer
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John Ralph Live at Mundaring .The Coal and Albert Berry
Written by Ted Edwards this song is about an imaginary conversation between a miner and the coal.
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John Ralph. Live at Wax Lyrical.
A New Day Will Come. Inspired by my Mother and Grandmother who had to manage after the War changed their lives.
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The Same Old Story by Paul Brady
Unplugged at Alley Arts. Fremantle
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What you do with what you've got. By Si Khan
Unplugged at Alley Arts Fremantle
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Neon.
Unplugged at Alley Art Fremantle. I wrote this a long time ago when wandering around London.
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John Ralph Live Riyadh 1982 - The Bantam Cock.
John Ralph on the final night of the Riyadh-Al Kharj Hospital Summer Music Show. The first 2 nights had overrun and we were all under orders to keep to time....!
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John Ralph LIVE at Oxford Hotel WA
John Ralph plays live at the Oxford Hotel in WA 2012 supported by West Australian Folk Federation.The song is Graham Moore's Tom Paine's Bones,
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The Rambling Irishman. Trad.
At Alley Arts, Fremantle
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Alley Art Fremantle - "Embracing Change"
Alley Art held a collaborative art event in Fremantle, Western Australia during March 2014.It worked along side the local food project, NudeFude @ the Fremantle Fibonacci Centre. Music was 'The Surprise" from my albumn The K.I.S.S. Principle.
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John Ralph Live at the Oxford Hotel Leederville
Roseville Fair by Canadian songwriter Bill Staines.Live at The Oxford Hotel, Perth WA.supported by the West Australian Folk Federation.
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John Ralph - Cover of Galway Farmer (Steve Knightley)
Perth Cultural Centre 12 December 2010
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