Songlines (disambiguation)


Songlines (disambiguation)

Songlines are paths crossing the countryside in Australian mythology

Songlines or songline may also be:

*"Norfolk Songline: Walking the Peddlars Way", a children's book by Hugh Lupton
* "Songline", a track on the album "Dreamtime Return" by American ambient musician Steve Roach
*"Songline", an EP by American psychedelic trance artist and DJ Planet B.E.N.
*"Songlines", an album by Irish folk singer Karan Casey
*"Songlines" (album), an album by the Derek Trucks Band
**"Songlines Live", a DVD by the Derek Trucks Band
*"Songlines" (Alphaville video), a collection of short films by the band Alphaville
*"Songlines in the City", a programme on National Indigenous Television in Australia
*"Songlines" (magazine), a music magazine
*Songlines Recordings, a record label
*"The Songlines", a book by Bruce Chatwin


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