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Jailanguru Pakarnu (Out From Jail) - Warumpi Band - Go Bush! (Cassette, Album)

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  • <cite class="fn">Zululkree </cite>
    Ngayulu kuwarri jailanguru pakarnu Ngayulu kuwarri jailanguru pakarnu Warumpilakutu ngayulu ananyi. Ngayulu kikiri ananyi kungka ngayuku patarni Ngayulu kikiri ananyi kungka ngayuku patarni Ngayulu palya nyinaku pika wiyalingku. Ngayulu jaila kutu kutju wantiku Ngayulu jaila kutu kutju wantiku Ngayulu waltja tjutangka kuwarri tjungurriku Today I just got out of jail Well today I just got out.
  • <cite class="fn">Vugar </cite>
    In , they released the single "Jailanguru Pakarnu" (Out of Jail), the first rock song ever released in an Australian Aboriginal language. [4] Three albums, Big Name No Blanket (), Go Bush () and Too Much Humbug (), followed, including the anthemic songs " Blackfella/Whitefella " and " My Island Home ", the latter of which was.
  • <cite class="fn">Doule </cite>
    The Warumpi Band (/wəˈɹampi/) is an Australian band from the outback settlement of Papunya, Northern Territory, Australia.. The band was formed in by Neil Murray, a Victorian "whitefella" working in the region as a schoolteacher and labourer, George Burarrwanga, from Elcho Island, and local boys Gordon and Sammy itrumechestnademasvoispirerette.xyzinfo the years, many different people played in the band at.
  • <cite class="fn">Kalmaran </cite>
    George Rrurrambu, Australian Aboriginal rock musician (born , Galiwinku, itrumechestnademasvoispirerette.xyzinfo, Australia—died June 10, , Galiwinku), was the charismatic front man of the popular Warumpi Band, the first Australian rock group to have a hit song in an indigenous language. Rrurrambu and three other men formed the multiracial band in the early s, and it toured throughout Western Australia and the.

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