Going back to Walungurru – Warren H Williams & Alan Tucker

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Going back to Walungurru – Warren H Williams & Alan Tucker

Written and Composed by Dr Alan Tucker, Performed and Arranged by Warren H Williams

‘Going Back to Walungurru’ is inspired by the true story about the Pintupi people of Walungurru (Kintore). It describes the removal of the Pintupi people from their land in the 1950s to make way for missile testing and the feeling when after 30 long years they were able to return home.

Written in the late 1990’s by Doctor Alan Tucker, ‘Going Back to Walungurru’ was first performed by Dr Tucker at a packed Brian Young gig in Kintore, 1998.

For more information about this release please view the news story here.

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Written and Composed by Dr Alan Tucker, Performed and Arranged by Warren H Williams

‘Going Back to Walungurru’ is inspired by the true story about the Pintupi people of Walungurru (Kintore). It describes the removal of the Pintupi people from their land in the 1950s to make way for missile testing and the feeling when after 30 long years they were able to return home.

Written in the late 1990’s by Doctor Alan Tucker, ‘Going Back to Walungurru’ was first performed by Dr Tucker at a packed Brian Young gig in Kintore, 1998.

For more information about this release please view the news story here.

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