Wattle was unique in many respects – it was the first Australian record label to have a major hit record on the Australian record charts; the first to make dramatised and animated films of bush ballads; the first to commercially release recordings of didgeridoo playing and Aboriginal traditional songs; the first to invent and use a portable recording desk and a synchronised film and audio tape machine and the first to have Australian bush music played on television - on ABCTV
History of Wattle Records from the The National Library catalogue
Mark Gregory's Folkstream website has a complete listing of Wattle Recordings
A Series 78s
A1 The Bushwhackers The Drover’s Dream / The Bullockies’ Ball
A2 The Bushwhackers Travelling Down the Castlereagh / Australia’s on the Wallaby
A3 The Bushwhackers Old Bullock Dray / Nine Miles from Gundagai
A4 The Bushwhackers Give a Fair Go / Rabbiter (not issued?)
A5 The Bushwhackers Botany Bay / Click Go the Shears
A11 The Bushwhackers Black Velvet Band / The Hut That’s Upside-Down
The Bushwhackers made records for Wattle Records from 1955 to 1957 and their Bush Songs helped keep the wolf from Wattle's door for a few years. Their 78 rpm recording of The Drover's Dream, with Alan Scott singing, sold 20,000 copies in 1956!
B Series 7" 33rpm EPs
B1 The Bushwhackers Australian Bush Songs
The following illustrations came from a small leaflet (4 1/8" x 16 3/4" unfolded, folded in four to 4 1/8" x 5 1/2") of the album notes, excluding the back cover photograph.
See Paul the Stockman's blog article (title The Bushwhackers "Australian Bush Songs" EP 1957) for a picture of the back cover and downloadable files of the 5 tracks.