My buddy, Hakea, blogged recently about this amazing musician, Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu in a series she calls, Awesome Aussies.
After I listened to his music, I just couldn’t get his voice out of my head and did a bit more research on YouTube. A Yolngu, Yunupingu was born blind. He plays drums, keyboards and didgeridoo, a wind instrument created by the indigenous people of Australia. Yunupingu has won numerous awards for his music.
This song hits home for me as it’s got a little reggae beat. Listen and tell me what you think.
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- Feature CD, May 1-7 (therange.wordpress.com)
4 comments on “Soulful Sundays: Yunupingu”
I loved this… such powerful music. His music has a hypnotic quality too.-)
Sure does, Elizabeth. He’s a talented musician.
Thanks for visiting,
His music readily filled-up my senses and rejuvenated my souls. Thanks for sharing.
You’re welcome. Glad you like.
Thanks for the visit,
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