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Shake Yer Popboomerang Volume 3

by Popboomerang

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Shake Yer Popboomerang 3 is the third in a series of compilation albums released on the Popboomerang Records label to document and celebrate the Australian music scene. As with previous volumes, the bulk of the songs featured are exclusive or rare recordings. Many are exhumed from the archives for our listening pleasure

Compilation artist Danny McDonald captures the spirit of the compilation with his words below:

“Around the time I first met Scotty from Popboomerang Records in the year 2000, he gave me a pile of compilation CDs he’d put together from his massive Australian and international indie pop collection.

Those CDs were a bit of a lesson in power pop what’s what for me. How he’d managed to accumulate such an encyclopaedic knowledge and library of the genre at a pretty young age was and still is a bit of a mystery.

I’ve since come to know Scotty as a master curator. In amongst the 100+ releases he’s managed to release on his little label over the last 17 years or so are a series of compilations of (mostly obscure) pop nuggets called ‘Shake yer Popboomerang’.

I was there for the first and a song I made a couple of years back has found its way onto this third volume. Once again, Scotty’s been digging, foraging and hunting people down to pull together the absolute finest collection of Australian pop he can find. All essential, mostly rare or unreleased.

At first glance, this track listing looks eclectic - and it sort of is. But there’s a sense of cohesion running through these 37 songs that somehow makes it all fit together. That’s what Scotty does - he’s forever knitting together good music and people, creating his own little pop community. He always has.

Hopefully for us, he’s busy working on volume four.”

Danny McDonald
July 2019

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released September 6, 2019

Compiled by Scott Thurling
Artwork by Chris Rees
Mastered by Ernie O at his Urban Fringe Compound

Thank you to following people for making this album “Pozible”

Alan R Sack, AM Reruns, Amelia McDermott, Andrea McArthur, Andrew Bartlett, Andrew Kelly,Ben Williams, Blake, Brett Evans, Brett Klucznik, Cameron Hicks, Debbie Zennaro Sharp, Ed Reed, El Casho, Dean Graham, David Schinazzi, David Singh, Dawn-Ellen Wood, Euan Troup, Fabian Byrne, Fiona Low, Francesc Sole, Gerard Browne, Carlos Quintino, Carrie Hutchinson, Chris Attard, Chris Cunningham, Chris Hext, Chris Parke, Craig Latham, Crispian Winsor, Danny Walsh, Darren Downs, Dave Best, Dave Lusk, Gina Hearnden, Helen Cogger, Ian Woodhouse, Jackie & Jim Lewis, James Jensen, James Uden, Jane Gazzo, Jarrod O'Brien, Jeff Jenkins, Jeff Mahoney, Jeffrey Baker, Jeremy Gronow, Juliana Smith, Julien Chick, Justin Naylor, Justin Rudge, Karen McAlister, Kate Higgins, Kate Thompson, Kieran Iles, Lauren Moloney, Les Thomas,Lyn and David Thurling, Marisa Brown, Mark David Walsh, Mark Di Renzo, Mark Hyland, Mark Sinton, Maria Sokratis, Mary Kotsopoulos, Matthew Arthur, Matthew Masterton, Matty Brown, Maurice Bursztynski, Michael Meeking, Michael Sioukas, Michael Turner-Craig, Mikael Jönsson, Mike Gladish, Mirjam Adelaar, Noel Mengel, Olev Salasoo, Paul Elliott, Paul Scott, Phil Campbell, Randall Paske, Rebekah Kittl, Rhiannon Back, Richard Albert Henderson, Richard Poynder, Rob Spurr, Robert Armstrong, Rod Walsh, Rohan Charlton, Ross Manteufel, Ross Nelson, Scott Chessum, Sean Bower, Shaun Evans, Siobhan Robb, Steve Driver, Steve Phillips, Steve Teece, Terry Benett, Thor-Arne Brekke, Tim Boyce, Tony Evans, Tony McNamara, Trent Coxhead, Troy Downing.

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Popboomerang Australia

Australian music label founded by Scott Thurling and releasing its first CD in 2002 with over 80 recordings to date.

Specialising in melodic pop, jangle, folk and rock and predominantly working with Australian bands with the aim to building their careers locally & internationally.

Artists include Skipping Girl Vinegar, Georgia Fields, The Aerial Maps, Celadore, Bon Scotts, Tamas Wells & Tim Reid
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