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#666 — Celebrating NAIDOC Week, 7-14 July 2024

Program 666
The Ailan Songs singers
Broadcast

100% First Nations Australian music and stories.  NAIDOC Week has its roots in the 1938 Day of Mourning, becoming a week-long event in 1975 to celebrate and recognise the history, culture and achievements of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Playlist

ARTIST
Title  [Dur.]
Album  (Year)

WAAK WAAK JUNGI  
Rainbow Serpent (traditional) [1:04]
Crow Fire Music (1997)

Andrew GURRIWIWI BAND  
Yaa Djamarrkuḻi [2:53]
Sing Your Own Song (2024)

Emma DONOVAN & the PUTBACKS  
Pink Skirt [5:09]
Crossover (2020)

Rrawun MAYMURU and Nick WALES  
Yolngu (Wide Country mix) [4:21]
Yolgnu (2024)

LUCKY'S CREW with Elijah GAYKAMANGU  
Depina [4:19]
Various Artists: Dunganda Street Sounds: New Tracks from Ramingining (2008)

AILAN SONGS PROJECT  
Black Swana (feat. Ailan Songs singers) [0:36]
Four Winds press kit (2022)

AILAN SONGS PROJECT  
Black Swana [3:19]
Four Winds (2022)

NGULMIYA  
Migidawun (Catalunya Version) feat. Pau Figueres [3:27]
Catalunya (2024)

RIPPLE EFFECT BAND  
Walaya [4:11]
Walaya (single) (2023)

Elissa GOODRICH & Glenn SHEA  
Ngarrindjeri Creation Story and Soundscape [~6:00]
Unreleased (2023)

KAURI   
Full Circle [5:26]
Full Circle (2024)

The KRUI3ERS  
She's Gone [3:07]
Rebel Child (2023)

YIRINDA  
Yuangan (Dugong) [4:37]
Yirinda (2024)

Theme: Mark Isham — Nanawatai Pt.2 — The Beast (1988)