The Look in Your Eyes, 03:18. Twisting the Night Away, 03:06.
Joe Geia is one of Australia's leading didgeridoo players, a didgeridoo being a wind instrument fashioned from the hollowed trunk of a eucalyptus tree. The didgeridoo is regarded as a sacred instrument and is used in a variety of religious and communal ceremonies.
Yil Lull" is a song written and performed by Joe Geia. It originally appeared on his 1988 album of the same name. Yill Lull means sing in Guugu Yimithirr "Yil Lull" is considered an aboriginal anthem. It was performed by The Black Arm Band in their murundak concert. It has been covered by Singers For The Red Black & Gold, Paul Kelly and Marcia Howard (ex-Goanna).
Joe Geia is perhaps best known for his song and album of the same name Yil Lull, regularly described as Australia’s unofficial Indigenous national anthem. Yil Lull has been covered by many of Australia’s best-known recording artists. He is widely regarded as a pioneer of contemporary Aboriginal music, first coming to prominence as a member of the influential Aboriginal band, No Fixed Address.
Single by Singers For The Red Black & Gold. Yil Lull" is considered an aboriginal anthem. It has been covered by Singers For The Red Black & Gold, Paul Kelly and Marcia Howard (Goanna). Singers For The Red Black & Gold. In 1998 "Yil Lull" was released as a single by Singers For The Red Black & Gold.
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|A4||Fighting For Our Rights||3:54|
|A5||Twisting The Night Away||3:54|
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