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Jimmy Barnes: Och Aye the G’Nu

Who saw this coming? Good ol’ Jimmy Barnes lends his famous rough-hewn voice to portray a playful, cheeky gnu named Och Aye. Together with his didgeridoo-playing pal, Kangaroo, they make merry with musical backup from The Wiggles. Imagine Jimmy, er, Och Aye, roaming around the zoo and tucking into a warm sack of haggis. Yum!

Och Aye the G’Nu has gone on to win the ARIA Music Award for Best Children’s Album, and be enjoyed by children all over the world.

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    I’m a G’Nu Introduction

  2. 2

    I’m a G’Nu

  3. 3

    Och Aye G’Nu and Kangaroo Introduction

  4. 4

    Och Aye G’Nu and Kangaroo

  5. 5

    When You’re Living in the Zoo Introduction

  6. 6

    When You’re Living in the Zoo

  7. 7

    Winter is Coming Here Soon Introduction

  8. 8

    Winter is Coming Here Soon

  9. 9

    I Got New Shoes Introduction

  10. 10

    I Got New Shoes

  11. 11

    Shake Your Shaggy, Shaggy Mane Introduction

  12. 12

    Shake Your Shaggy, Shaggy Mane

  13. 13

    Two Pairs of Shoes Introduction

  14. 14

    Two Pairs of Shoes

  15. 15

    The Haggis is Coming (Introduction to We Love Haggis)

  16. 16

    We Love Haggis, Stew and Shortbread Too!

  17. 17

    The Blackbird Ballet Introduction

  18. 18

    The Blackbird Ballet

  19. 19

    I’ll Be With You Forever Introduction

  20. 20

    I’ll Be With You Forever

  21. 21

    My G’Nu Kazoo Introduction

  22. 22

    My G’Nu Kazoo

  23. 23

    It’s a Parrot Party Introduction

  24. 24

    It’s a Parrot Party

  25. 25

    The Fairy Dance Introduction

  26. 26

    The Fairy Dance (Instrumental)

  27. 27

    Tip Toe in the Snow Introduction

  28. 28

    Tip Toe in the Snow

  29. 29

    Outro

James Dixon Swan AO (born 28 April 1956), better known as Jimmy Barnes, is a Scottish-born Australian rock singer-songwriter. His career both as a solo performer and as the lead vocalist with the rock band Cold Chisel has made him one of the most popular and best-selling Australian music artists of all time.[citation needed] The combination of 14 Australian Top 40 albums for Cold Chisel and 13 charting solo albums, including nine No. 1s, gives Barnes the highest number of hit albums of any Australian artist. (wikipedia) Read on: http://ift.tt/2EPu4bR

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