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  Woodworking Masterclass Series 1 Episode 6
Buy S01 on DVD: ital/ap...Watch on Livestream: on YouTube: tp:// m/

Views: 1272
Added by: Hermit
4th Jan 2014

  The Band Played Waltzing Matilda
Slim Dusty sings, "The Band Played Waltzing Matilda" Written originally to remember the 50,000 Australian Soldiers who died in the Battle of Gallipoli against Turkish troops during World War 1

Views: 1205
Added by: ubeaut
24th Apr 2014

  Redgum - I Was Only 19 (1983)
Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1983:Redgum's promo-video for the Australian number one hit single 'I Was Only 19 (A Walk In The Light Green)' (March, 1983), taken from the 1983 album 'Caught In The Act'.Band Location: Adelaide, SA, AustraliaTrack: I Was Only 19 (A Walk in the Light Green)Album: Caught In The ActComposed By: John SchumannProduced By;Label: Epic / CBSChart Position: # 1 (Australia)Release Date: March, 1983Footage Information:Links:- edgum- n/john....- ne-up:Michael Atkinson - Vocals, Bass Guitar, Mandolin, PianoJohn Schumann - Vocals, GuitarVerity Truman - Vocals, Flute, Tin WhistleDavid Flett - BassRussel Coleman - DrumsHugh McDonald - Guitar, Violin, Vocals------------------------ ----------------------------- ---------------------------NZO Z NZOZ1983 1983 Australia Early Eighties 1980's 1980s 80's 80sExtended Tags: John SchumannMusical Terms: Country, Folk, Traditional, Aussie, Old Australian Band

Views: 1170
Added by: ubeaut
28th Mar 2015

  Why you don't use a Spindle Roughing Gouge on bowls.
DO NOT USE A SPINDLE ROUGHING GOUGE ON BOWLS.My name is Ian Robertson (Robbo) and I have been a production woodturner for 30 years.It is how I make my living turning everything from huge posts to tiny eave finials and everything between and my safety record is impeccable. Our business has never had a lost time incident and we still have all our fingers.This video was made because of a discussion about using a Spindle Roughing Gouge on a bowl on the Woodworking Forums in Australia.Most tool manufacturers and most experienced woodturners warn against using the Spindle Roughing Gouge for this work, myself included after seeing a few accidents involving the use of this tool on cross grain work.The following video graphically displays what can happen one day, some day to turners that use this tool for this purpose through a moments inattention and using the Spindle Roughing Gouge for a purpose it was never designed for.This was a deliberate attempt to get the tool to catch and grab to explain what happens when it does but I did not expect the rather spectacular (and painful) outcome I achieved.Remember that this was done under controlled circumstances, imagine what could happen in an uncontrolled situation.DO NOT USE A SPINDLE ROUGHING GOUGE ON BOWLS.Gore warning at approximately 2:48.

Views: 1145
Added by: Librarian
4th Sep 2013

  Woodworking Masterclass S1 EP1 P1/3
Steve Hay's Woodworking Masterclass

Views: 1049
Added by: Hermit
13th Nov 2013

  Building a Wooden Kayak...
Four kinds of North American Cedar plus Tasmanian Huon Pine feature in this Hans Freidel designed strip kayak built in St Andrews Beach, Victoria.

Views: 1033
Added by: andyrocket
23rd Apr 2014

  Steve Wright FURNITURE... real Furniture made from REAL WOOD
Here I am showing some slides of stuff i've made over the past 20yrs.... Antiques in the making....

Views: 1020
Added by: HEADWOOD
18th Apr 2014

  80Tables 80 Pix of wooden tables I have made......
A slideshow of 85 slides of different tables that I have made, Most all the timber used , i have cut and dried myself , then a few years later I made it into a useful thing,.

Views: 981
Added by: HEADWOOD
18th Apr 2014

  Yarloop Saw Mill End of an Era Part 1
Take a journey with a log through the timber mill, including the last running of a giant twin saw at the Yarloop Mill before its closure in December 2008.Video Photography - Poul KirkebjergVideo Editing - Brenda KirkebjergNarration - Stephen FleayMusic - Kevin MacLeodThanks to Gunns Timber Mill Yarloop and their employees for their assistance and cooperation.

Views: 917
Added by: pmcgee
26th Dec 2013

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WhatMomKnows I've Seen Every Wood (species) - ukulele
I love your Wood song ;-) I WILL for sure go check out your youtube channel.....Its fantastic!!!
09:19 AM, 3rd May 2019 WhatMomKnows
Restoring My Grandfather's Splitting Maul
Nice! It will be great if you can save it for your grandchild!
05:22 PM, 23rd Feb 2019 aminul71
So much concentrated to your work. very good!
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I've Seen Every Wood (species) - ukulele
Great adaption of a classic. For the record, the original was written by Australian songwriter Geoff Mack in 1962. The original version was with Australian place names. Mack rewrote the song with American places for Hank Snow (using an atlas), but only after the song was a big hit in Australia for a country singer named Lucky Starr. The song has been adapted to many countries since, and many people have recorded covers. My favourite was by a comedy group here in Australia, who did most of the song with one place name - 'Wollongong', with the occasional 'Dapto' thrown in (Dapto is a suburb of Wollongong).
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