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Rough Guide to Australian Aboriginal Music CD (1st Edition)

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    Against a history of pain and exploitation Aboriginal artists have now arrived as a powerful force in contemporary music and one bound up with the struggle for land rights and an end to discrimination. Politics is always on the agenda in the world of contemporary Aboriginal music, but so, too is an element of spirituality. Theirs are the songs that make contact with a history of 50,000 years, the oldest intact civilisation on the planet. The Rough Guide to Australian Aboriginal Music is an introduction to past and present Aboriginal voices that are once again uniting songs and music to be a binding cultural and creative force in their rich culture.

    'Adventurous exploration... there are all sorts of fusions and fashions.' The Traveller Magazine

    Track Listing :

    Rough Guide to Australian Aboriginal Music (1st Edition)
    01 - Dusty Legune & Campbell Allenbar - Saltwater
    02 - Ruby Hunter - Kurongk Boy, Kurongk Girl
    03 - Archie Roach - Native Born
    04 - Tjapukai Dancers - Tjapukai Sunset
    05 - Rimijmara - Wongga Initiation Song
    06 - Mark Atkins - Bullima
    07 - Waak Waak Jungi - Kava Song
    08 - Jimmy Murray - Drag Net
    09 - Tjapukai Dancers - Heart Of My People
    10 - Christine Anu - Sik O
    11 - Arnhem Land - Nyindi-Yindi
    12 - Gapu - Celabration
    13 - Alan Maralung - Bushfire
    14 - David Page - Black

    Music Style(s)
    Aboriginal , Australian

    Age Suitability
    Teen , Young Adult , Thirty-Something , Young At Heart

    Ethically Produced

    Made In UK


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