re Birdos compilation album

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Subject: re Birdos compilation album
From: "Mules, Michael" <>
Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2000 09:31:47 +1000

How about, "The Lark ascending" by Vaughn-Williams?


Michael Mules
Curator, Science Program
Museum Victoria
Melbourne Museum, Carlton

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    Subject:        [BIRDING-AUS] re Birdos compilation album

    As many young people are realising that todays music is'nt very original and
    are discovering 60's,70's & 80's stuff, may I suggest
    "Fly Like an Eagle", Steve Miller Band or dare I mention "Blackbird" by the
    Beatles! Ibis posting.They flew in from the WEST of course.(sorry)
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