Warumpi Band - Go Bush! FLAC album
Title: Go Bush!
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On Go Bush! the Warumpi Band-perhaps the greatest rock band ever fronted by a didgeridoo player-make rough, punkish rock informed by their aboriginal heritage. The Clash-like rocker "From the Bush" deals with the struggle for land rights, while the gentle ballad "This Island Home" is an anthem of Australian pride. Though the LP is largely guitar-based, with rousing vocals by the late George Burarrwanga, the band uses more regional sounds on the funky "Digeridoo Blues. Go Bush! Warumpi Band.
Go Bush! (CD, Album). Parole Records (2). D 38707.
Companies, etc. Recorded At – Paradise Studios (2). Recorded At – Sugar Shack, Kenthurst. Recorded At – Festival Studios. Mixed At – Paradise Studios (2). Mixed At – Sugar Shack, Kenthurst. Go Bush! (CD, Album).
The Warumpi Band's sophomore CD Go Bush is an edgy blend of hard rock, new wave, and country-rock. The album tends to provoke a whirlwind of emotions with its inspiring political anthems and hard-driving protest songs. The intense opener "No Fear," a song about hometown violence, sets the tone for the album that despite its upbeat feel has rather dark undertones.
Features Song Lyrics for Warumpi Band's Go Bush album. Warumpi Band - Go Bush Album Lyrics. 1. My Island Home Lyrics. 2. My Country Side Lyrics. Warumpi Band Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Do you like this album?
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Single by Warumpi Band. from the album Go Bush. Neil Murray, lead vocalist and guitarist for Warumpi Band, recalls writing the song: My Island Home came to me on a bus one night in June 1985 I had been living in the deserts of Central Australia for some six years I had spent a week with our singer, George, at his home at Galiwinku in Arnhem Land
Go Bush (Festival/Parole, April 1987) is the second album released by the Warumpi Band, an Australian and Aboriginal country rock band. It was their debut single, originally released in October 1983 as a 7" vinyl disc on the Hot label. Warumpi Band were an Australian and Aboriginal country rock group which formed in the outback settlement of Papunya, Northern Territory in 1980
|A2||Jailanguru Pakarnu (Out From Jail)|
|A5||My Island Home|
|B2||Kintorelakuta (Towards Kintore)|
|B3||Tjiluru Tjiluru (Sad And Lonely)|
|B6||From The Bush|
- Recorded At – Paradise Studios
- Recorded At – Sugar Shack, Kenthurst
- Recorded At – Festival Studios
- Mixed At – Paradise Studios
- Mixed At – Sugar Shack, Kenthurst
- Mixed At – Festival Studios
- Engineer [Festival Studio Asst. Eng.] – John Harvey , Mark Thomas
- Engineer [Paradise Studio Asst. Eng.] – Mark Roberts
- Engineer, Co-producer – David Price
- Producer – Neil Murray
NotesInserts with lyrics
Recorded and Mixed during October and November at
Paradise Studio - Woolloomooloo
Sugar Shack - Kenthurst
Festival Studio - Pyrmont
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code: C38707
|L38707||Warumpi Band||Go Bush! (LP, Album)||Parole Records||L38707||Australia||1987|
|D 38707||Warumpi Band||Go Bush! (CD, Album, RE)||Parole Records||D 38707||Australia||Unknown|
|D 38707||Warumpi Band||Go Bush! (CD, Album)||Parole Records||D 38707||Australia||1987|
|D 38707||Warumpi Band||Go Bush! (CD, Album, RE)||Parole Records||D 38707||Australia||1999|