- Performer:Various Artists
- Title:Rough Guide to Australian Aboriginal Music 
- Date of release:2008
- Size FLAC version1871 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1833 megabytes
- Size WMA version1572 megabytes
- Formats:MP4 AC3 RA AIFF WMA WAV
The Rough Guide to Australian Aboriginal Music is a compilation album originally released in 1999. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the album features the Indigenous Australian music of the 1980s and 90s, including both traditional and modern genres, such as Aboriginal rock. Duncan Baker coordinated the project, while Marcus Breen, a professor specializing in Australian music at Bond University, Queensland, wrote the liner notes.
Australia: Aboriginal Music. It is thought that the indigenous peoples of Australia (Aborigines) have inhabited the varying terrains of the continent for more than 40,000 years. Aboriginal music is essentially vocal music and mainly the prerogative of men, although women may provide vocal support in some ceremonies. The liner notes present detailed information about regional variations in the music and about each selection. FREE DOWNLOAD Please enjoy a free download of the song Rain-making Song.
Last oneFree postage. item 6 Various Artists: The Rough Guide to Arabic Cafe CD -Various Artists: The Rough Guide to Arabic Cafe CD. SKA for Life - 3cd Album. Now Thats What I Call Music 102 (various Artists) 2 CD Set (12th April 2019).
Trying to interest English-speaking listeners in East Asia must be one of the least lucrative ideas in the whole world music business. Despite the title, this album shouldn't be mistaken for an even-handed examination of Japanese music overall. For that, you'd need some of the popular songs that the compiler avoids. Think of a Rough Guide to the United States that included blues, Gershwin, a contemporary country singer, one Cajun track, and nothing from any pop star, no rock music of any kind. You might enjoy it, and it would give you an idea of the nation's variety, but you'd be missing out on a large part of the people's everyday musical life.
Rough Guide to Okinawa. Throughout the album, the older practitioners of the music (those who remain, the Four Sisters had to be coaxed into reforming to rerecord this song after more than 20 yrs apart) bring out the old songs and perform them in traditional sanshin voices with sanba castanets & tainko drums.
This Rough Guide 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. translation missing: e. roducts. 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 artists, however, are represented by recordings from other sources, and well below par. The substitutions are inferior-Muddy Waters from a relatively late period concert with a noisy audience; Howlin' Wolf a bad choice from 1953, Sonny Boy Williamson number two with a young English band, one of them singing but not named (the set is also rather short on information). Williamson); I Can't Quit You Baby (Buddy Guy); Born Under A Bad Sign (Albert King); Ice Pick (Albert Collins); Give Me Back My Wig (Hound Dog Taylor & The Houserockers); Goin' Down South (. Burnside/Lyrics Born); Erdi (Ali Farka Tour. Personnel: Mamie Smith; Blind Lemon Jefferson; Charley Patton; Memphis Minnie; Robert Johnson; Blind Willie McTell; Big Bill Broonzy; Pete Johnson & Joe Turner; Muddy Waters; Howlin. Title: Rough Guide to the Blues Year Released: 2007 Record Label: World Music Network.
Various Artists - Amitabha In My Heart (阿弥陀佛在心间) (2007). VA - Hotel Costes - Discography (1999-2011) (21CD). Designed by Hung Hoang Van.
2016 Rough Guides/World Music Network. Rough Guide To Brazilian Jazz. Various Artists 27-05-2016. Total duration:1 h 08 min. 01. Mexidão.
CreditsBrendan Adams - Composer
Michael Atherton - Composer, Producer
Bobby Bunnungurr - Arranger
Kev Carmody - Composer, Primary Artist
Lawrence Cedar - Mastering
Alan Dargin - Composer, Primary Artist
Sally Dastey - Composer
Matthew Doyle - Composer, Primary Artist
Kutcha Edwards - Composer, Primary Artist
Bruce Elder - Sleeve Notes
Brad Haynes - Coordination
Pukatja Kungkas - Primary Artist
Marisa Lassman - Coordination
Riley Lee - Primary Artist
Alan Maralung - Primary Artist
Morganics - Composer
Peter Mumme - Arranger
The Pigram Brothers - Composer, Primary Artist
Archie Roach - Composer, Primary Artist
Saltwater Band - Primary Artist
Seaman Dan - Composer, Primary Artist
Phil Stanton - Series Producer
Tiddas - Primary Artist
Tjupurru - Primary Artist
Waak Waak Jungi - Primary Artist
The Wilcannia Mob - Primary Artist
Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu - Primary Artist
|1||New Song, Pt. 1||Alan Maralung||1:54|
|2||Djarimirri||Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu||3:56|
|3||Jumbucco||Waak Waak Jungi||5:03|
|4||Inanay Sally Dastey||Tiddas||1:58|
|5||Jamu Dreaming Archie Roach||Archie Roach||4:20|
|7||Moonlight The Pigram Brothers||The Pigram Brothers||2:10|
|8||Uwa Wiya Morganics||Pukatja Kungkas||3:20|
|9||Fantastic Plastic Michael Atherton / Alan Dargin||Alan Dargin||5:18|
|11||Old Men & the Sea Seaman Dan||Seaman Dan||5:54|
|12||Down River Brendan Adams / Morganics||The Wilcannia Mob||1:41|
|13||From Little Things Big Things Grow Kev Carmody||Kev Carmody||5:48|
|14||Wild Honey Dreaming Matthew Doyle||Matthew Doyle / Riley Lee||5:19|
|15||Hitchhiker's Nightmare Alan Dargin||Alan Dargin||4:02|
|16||Is This What We Deserve? Kutcha Edwards||Kutcha Edwards||4:34|
|17||New Song, Pt. 2||Alan Maralung||4:32|