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Gawurra - Ratja Yaliyali flac album

Performer: Gawurra
Title: Ratja Yaliyali
Duration: 43:10
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 510
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1. Burala (Diving Duck). Listen to Ratja Yaliyali in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

Gawurra – Ratja Yaliyali. Film Clip of the Year. Gawurra – "Ratja Yaliyali". Community Music Clip. Ngukurr Community, Indigenous Hip Hop Projects, White Ribbon – "Break The Silence". Traditional Song of the Year. Ishmael Marika – "Two Sisters Journey".

Ratja Yaliyali ('Vine of Love') takes its title and focus from a Yolngu songline of Gawurra's Milingimbi Island country.

Ratja Yaliyali (Single). 10 Mar 2016 · 1 track. Ratja Yaliyali - Single. 11 Mar 2016 · 1 track.

His debut album Ratja Yaliyali (which means "vine of love") is a collection of songs inspired by the traditional songlines of his homelands. This album was recorded at CAAMA Music in Alice Springs Australia. At the 2016 National Indigenous Music Awards, Ratja Yaliyali received awards for Album of the Year and New Talent of the Year YouTube Encyclopedic. 'Ratja Yaliyali' by GAWURRA - Official. GAWURRA on Marngrook Footy Show 7 April 2016. Stanley Gawurra Gaykamangu.

Ratja Yaliyali' by GAWURRA - Official. Gawurra Ratja Yaliyali Vine Of Love Baked Goods Live Sessions. Top Songs By Gawurra. 01. Ratja Yaliyali (Vine Of Love). 02. 965. 03. When The War Is Over. 602. 04. Mulunda (Kingfisher).

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Burala (Diving Duck) Gawurra Gawurra 4:15
2 Bundurr (Story of Myself) Gawurra Gawurra 3:38
3 Djiwul (Green Weeds from Fresh Water) Gawurra Gawurra 3:51
4 Warrarra Gurrungala (Yellow Sunset) Gawurra Gawurra 4:18
5 Gurrupurungu Ngarra (Poor Man) Gawurra Gawurra 3:53
6 Ratja Yaliyali (Vine of Love) Gawurra Gawurra 3:20
7 Mulunda (Kingfisher) Gawurra Gawurra 3:59
8 Dharpa Garayurru (Small Dancing Tree) Gawurra Gawurra 2:45
9 Guwak (Little Black Bird) Gawurra Gawurra 4:04
10 Warrarra (Sunset) Gawurra Gawurra 4:04

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Lorrpu (White Cockatoo) Gawurra Gawurra 0:28
2 Dhulku (My Clan) Gawurra Gawurra 0:41
3 Wurrpan (Emu) Gawurra Gawurra 0:44
4 Burrmalala (Cyclone) Gawurra Gawurra 0:24
5 Djanda (Goanna) Gawurra Gawurra 0:24
6 Djiwul (Green Weeds From Fresh Water) Gawurra Gawurra 0:24
7 Gawurra Guya (Catfish) Gawurra Gawurra 0:39
8 Dharpa (Dancing Tree) Gawurra Gawurra 0:30
9 Gapu (Water) Gawurra Gawurra 0:23
10 Warrarra (Sunset) Gawurra Gawurra 0:26

Credits

Matt Byrnes - Mastering
Rohan Carmody - Engineer
Sonja Dare - Cover Photo
Gawurra - Composer, Primary Artist
Rosemary Lanybalanyba - English Translations
Nicola Pitt - Photography
Micheal Miko Smith - Executive Producer
Jalyay Jaja Thompson - Artwork, Design, Project Manager
Reviews (1)
Asher
Just as the idea of human flight long predated the Wright Brothers (think da Vinci’s 15th-century airplane designs), so did the notion of a World Wide Web emerge millennia before the Internet. According to indigenous Australian tradition, all people and things are connected across space and time; Ratja Yaliyali (Vine of Love) is one of the ancient songlines that describes the thread binding a person to family, clan, other clans, other lands, departed loved ones and ancestors. Stanley Gawurra Gaykamangu bestows the songline’s name on his first album, and the title track breathes life into his map of connection: “Sitting at home… I was worried,” he chants, “Where is my [late] grandmother?/It is enough… Tying the bond of love/My worries are fading.” Gawurra’s unifying strands are palpable, sustained by his resonant voice, the rolling sound of the Gupapuyngu language (spoken in Australia’s East Arnhem Land), and a rising guitar-drum-string accompaniment. The album pays tribute to the artist’s culture through a blend of traditional and contemporary songs telling origin stories of birds and lands, sunsets and trees. There’s a floating quality to Mulunda (Kingfisher), a saga of birds from a faraway country: “They came to a place called Gunda-yaliya… flew around in circles, shaking the place… Creating the land itself, as they came to it.” Notwithstanding its name, Bundurr (Story of Myself) is a family history, reinforcing the idea that a person is inseparable from environment and heritage. Gawurra’s gift is accepting that he is part of something larger than himself even as he enriches and expands the web that his family, his people and all of us share.

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