"Since the mine closed down": mining town closures in the songs of Michael Thomas
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This paper considers a group of songs by Australian singer- songwriter Michael (Mick) Thomas that deal with the subject of abandoned mining towns. It considers these songs in the context of a disussion of how personal stories or tales are taken as illustrative of the wider political and social issues arising from the closure or abandonment of such towns.
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