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Australian Aborigines - Songs of the Western Australian Desert Aborigines Album

Australian Aborigines - Songs of the Western Australian Desert Aborigines Album

Performer: Australian Aborigines
Title: Songs of the Western Australian Desert Aborigines
Style: Aboriginal
Released: 1969
Cat#: AHM 4210
Country: US
Label: Asch Records
Size MP3 version: 2288 mb
Size FLAC version: 2322 mb
Size WMA version: 2547 mb
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Genre: Folk & World

Australian Aborigines - Songs of the Western Australian Desert Aborigines Album


1Rain Making Songs
2Kangaroo Cycle Songs For Dancing
3Tingari Cycle Songs
4Wati Kutjara
5Kangaroo Cycle Songs For Novices
6Women's Grievance Songs
7 Side I
8 Side II
9Kangaroo And Dingo Songs
10Women's Sacred Songs
11Tingari Cycle Songs For Novices
12Kangaroo Cycle Bloodletting Songs
13Kangaroo Cycle Songs
14Kangaroo Cycle Dance Songs
15Kangaroo Cycle Dance Song (Mimicry)


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FE4210Australian Aborigines Songs of the Western Australian Desert Aborigines ‎(LP, Album)Folkways RecordsFE4210US1969


  • Cover, DesignRonald Clyne
  • Photography By [Cover], Recorded ByR.A Gould


Includes insert entitled NGATATJARA SONGS written by R.A Gould.


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