Reginald Lindsay OAM was an Australian country music singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer and radio and television personality. He won three Golden Guitar Awards and wrote more than 500 songs in his 50-year music career. Lindsay recorded over 65 albums and 250 singles. Reg made his first trip to Nashville in June 1968 and recorded his first Nashville EP on this historic trip.
Lindsay's most popular cross-over hit was a cover version, "Armstrong" (March 1971), which reached No. 6 on the Go-Set National Top 60. It was written and originally performed by the American folk musician John Stewart as a tribute to Neil Armstrong's lunar landing in 1969. Reg Lindsay was as popular as Slim Dusty in his day and remains a true country music legend.
From The Hand Of Reg Lindsay is a compilation of 14 songs written by Reg and includes bonus singles and his biggest hit Armstrong. A great country music collector’s item.
01 Forget The Gate
02 Things Have Been Coming Good
03 Country All The Way
04 Special Kind Of Love
05 Looking At A Loser
06 Today’s Like Yesterday
07 Beautiful Memories And Beautiful Dreams
09 Don’t Act The Big Star With Me
10 Love’s All This Cowboy Can Give
11 The Ray Hermann Song
12 This Old Cowboy
13 Before The Dawn
14 The Fire’s Still Burning
15 Silence On The Line (Duet With Jodie Crosby)
16 Bonham’s Last Ride (Duet With John Guthrie)