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Here Comes A Song
HereComesASong
Album Cover

Released

April 10, 1992

Genre

Children's music

Label

ABC

Producers

Murray Cook
Jeff Fatt
Anthony Field
Greg Page

Length

43:56

Previous album

The Wiggles (1991)

Next album

The Adventures of Captain Feathersword (1993)

"Here Comes A Song" is the 2nd Wiggles album and it was released on April 10, 1992.

Tracklist

  1. We're All Friends - (A. Field) - 1:51
  2. Little Brown Ant - (A. Field) - 1:04
  3. I Knew A Cricket (Spoken) [M. Cook/J. Fatt/A. Field/G. Page] - 0:16
  4. Uncle Noah's Ark (Trad. Arr. Cook/Fatt/Field/Page)- 2:26
  5. Dorothy's Birthday Party - (M. Cook) - 2:25
  6. Bert The Wombat (Spoken) [M. Cook/J. Fatt/A. Field/G. Page] - 0:11
  7. Here Comes a Bear (A. Field/G. Page) - 1:22
  8. Henry the Octopus (M. Cook/J. Fatt/A. Field) - 1:42
  9. Poesje Mauw (Trad. Arr. Cook/Field/Page/Fatt, English Translation by G. Page) - 1:00
  10. I Love it When it Rains (M. Cook) - 1:11
  11. Three Animals (A. Field/G. Page) - 1:36
  12. Sing a Song of Polly (Trad. Arr. Cook/Fatt/Field/Page) - 1:05
  13. Come And Sail The Sea (A. Field/G. Page) - 1:28
  14. A Pirate's Life (Spoken) [M. Cook/J. Fatt/A. Field/G. Page] - 0:21
  15. Bound For South Australia (Trad. Arr. Cook/Fatt/Field/Page) - 1:20
  16. The Gypsy Rover (Trad. Arr. Cook/Fatt/Field/Page) - 2:10
  17. A Family Song (A. Field) - 2:05
  18. Daniel And Molly (A. Field) - 2:07
  19. I Look In The Mirror (G. Page) - 1:43
  20. Fire Engines (A. Field) - 0:43
  21. Dungley Wobble (J. Fatt/A. Field) - 1:00
  22. Lechoo Yeladim (Trad. Arr. Cook/Fatt/Field/Page) - 1:32
  23. Dancing Ride (A. Field/G. Page) - 2:03
  24. Whenever I Hear This Music (M. Cook/J. Fatt) - 1:11
  25. Tidy Up Song (J. Fatt/G. Page) - 1:54
  26. Fly Through The Air (A. Field/G. Page) - 1:07
  27. The Magic Kindy (J. Fatt/A. Field) - 1:29
  28. Rainy Day (Spoken) [M. Cook/J. Fatt/A. Field/G. Page] - 0:17
  29. Glush Swish Mush Nump (Spoken) [M. Cook/J. Fatt/A. Field/G. Page] - 0:21
  30. It's Been Raining All Day (Spoken) [M. Cook/J. Fatt/A. Field/G. Page] - 0:17
  31. The Dreaming Song (A. Field/J. Field) - 1:40
  32. The Lion and the Unicorn (Trad. Arr. Cook/Fatt/Field/Page) - 1:47
  33. Mitten the Kitten (A. Field) - 0:59

Credits

  • Anthony Field: jaws harp, tin whistle, vocals, tambourine, bodhran, digeridoo, guitar and hand claps
  • Greg Page: lead vocals, guitar and hand claps
  • Jeff Fatt: accordian, piano, organ, xylophone, vocals, hand claps and "Jerome's" voice
  • Murray Cook: guitar, bass guitar, vocals and Chief Kabasa player
  • Produced by: Anthony Field, Greg Page, Murray Cook and Jeff Fatt
  • Engineered by: Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt and Greg Page
  • Mixed by: Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Greg Page and Anthony Field
  • Mastered by: Don Bartley at Studios 301, Sydney
  • Illustrations by: Vered Lavner
  • Cover photography by: Belinda Mason
  • Artwork/Design by: Ben Evans & Holly Grounds
  • Lyrics printed by: kind permission of EMI Music
  • Additional musicians:
  • Jane Bezzina: backing vocals on "Little Brown Ant", "The Magic Kindy", "We're All Friends", "Come and Sail the Sea" and "Daniel and Molly"
  • Rosemary Richardson: backing vocals on "Henry the Octopus", "Dungley Wobble" and vocals on "The Family Song"
  • Peter Mackie: guitar on "The Gypsy Rover"
  • Xylophone supplied by: the Lusthaus Family

Trivia

  • All songs were written or arranged by different combinations of the four Wiggles, except "The Dreaming Song", which was co-written by Anthony and his brother John Field.
  • "Fire Engines" and "Mitten the Kitten", both written by Anthony, have the same basic tune.

  • This is the first Wiggles album to feature song lyrics listed in the booklet.

  • This was first and only Wiggles album to feature Cockroaches member Peter Mackie on Acoustic guitar on The Gypsy Rover.

  • This was the first album that Murray, Jeff and Greg were credited as producers, and would remain producers until 2002.

  • This was the first time The Wiggles appeared in their coloured skivvies.
  • Phillip Wilcher, who left shortly after the release of the band's first album from 1991, was supposed to stay as a behind-the-scenes writer for this album, but was apparently told by Anthony at a Neil Diamond concert that the album had been recorded while Phillip was away, and was not needed.
  • Many of the tracks were used in The Wiggles' first video, Wiggle Time, and its remake. A majority of the album was re-released on the 2000 Wiggle Time (named after the video), and its American counterpart Let's Wiggle.
  • "Dorothy's Birthday Party", "Henry the Octopus" and "Whenever I Hear This Music" were later re-recorded in 1998.
  • EMI Music published all of The Wiggles' songs on this album.

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