Rough guide to Australian Aboriginal music
Duration: 64 min.
Contents note: Put disc in PC/Mac to view music and travel information from the Rough Guide books. Compiled by Bruce Elder.
Music Rough Guides series
In the past decade music made by Aboriginal artists has enjoyed unprecedented lovels of success in Australia. Here is a representative sample of the rich diversity - from country through folk to rock - of the music which has been used as a vital artistic medium to explore important issues ranging from land rights and the 'stolen generations' to colonial dispossession and racism.
Includes music by artists such as Archie Roach, The Wilcannia Mob, Alan Maralung, Waak Waak Jungi and more.
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