Warlpiri Woman – Lajamanu Teenage Band

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Warlpiri Woman – Lajamanu Teenage Band

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Recorded at the CAAMA studios, Alice Springs in 2002, the Teenage Band’s third album ‘Warlpiri Woman’ showcases a new level of refinement in their distinctive desert sound.

Ska, rock, reggae and pop are mixed together to create a well-rounded and varied album. Guitarist Terry Banjo shines on tracks like ‘Ngawara Kujaku (Big Flood Water)’ and ‘Warlpiri Woman’ with his characteristic distortion and delay drenched sound, whereas the sparse reggae arrangements of songs like ‘Prisoner’ allow space for vocalist Alfred Rose to shine.

The single ‘Warlpiri Woman’ was included in the soundtrack to the film Samson and Delilah, taking Lajamanu Teenage Band’s music to an international audience.

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Lajamanu Teenage Band – “Warlpiri Woman” album

Recorded in 2002.

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Weight .1 kg

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