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Running time: 1hr18min

"As year follows year, more old men disappear. Someday no one will march there at all..."

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Music featured:

Song On The Times by Mawkin
from the album "The Ties That Bind" (2015)

Ain't No Trouble by Luke Jackson
from the EP "This Family Tree" (2015)

Murder In Trust by Tom Fitton
from the EP "The Marsh Road And Other Tales" (2015)

My Home
by The Moon Band
from the album "The Moon Band" (2105)

Song For Home by Heg & The Wolf Chorus
from the EP "Make It Rain" (2015)

by Fairport Convention
from the album "Myths And Heroes" (2015)

by The Demon Barbers
from the album "Disco At The Tavern" (2015)

Amant Volage
by Le Vent Du Nord
from the album "Tetu" (2015)

Time Machine by Damh The Bard
from the album "Sabbat" (2015)

The Line by Roseanna Ball
from the album "Geography" (2014)

Babba presents
The Story Behind The Song

And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda
by Eric Bogle (1971)
Being the story of the Gallipoli Campaign,
the disasterous attempted invasion of Turkey by Allied forces which began in April 1915.

Recruiting poster Gallipoli Map
Thanks to listener Bianca Felix for recommending the song.
Read about Bianca's hero, Gen. John Monash

Please contact FolkCast to suggest an historical song
to be featured on Story Behind The Song, especially songs from outside the United Kingdom

Heaven's Inside You
James J Turner
from the EP "Singer-Songwriter" (May 1st 2015)

The Smasher
by Rura
from the album "Despite The Dark" (2015)

Can't Keep From Crying
by John Renbourn
(1944-2015. R.I.P)
Music With Heart
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