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Tjintu Desert Band are from Haasts Bluff/Ikuntji, 250km west of Alice Springs, and are now one of the hottest bands currently playing in Central Australia. Their debut album 'Tjamuku Ngurra' (pronounced Jam-akoo Noora) is a new sound that leaves you with a sense of connection to the heart of Australia and the vibrant music scene known there as 'Desert Reggae'.

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27 December 2016 ·. Karen Selbie is with Micheal Miko Smith and Jeffrey Zimran Tjangala. 12 September 2014 ·. · Jeffrey from Tjintu Desert Band, Miko and Kaz (CAAMA Music) at Ross River NT Bush Bands Business.

Organic growth: Tjintu Desert Band promise "a bit of everything", from reggae to funk, rock, Spanish-inspired acoustic guitar and dub grooves. We always wanted to be called a traditional name," says Zimran, the elder of two brothers in a group that last year included a Luritja word for "sunshine" in a new name. Now known as Tjintu Desert Band, they're heading to Melbourne to perform at next week's Australasian Worldwide Music Expo (AWME). He recorded the new album at the Alice Springs studio of Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA) with his brother Joseph on keyboards, vocalist Terry Marshall, drummer Kieran Multa and bass player Aaron Sharpe. Now in his early 30s, Zimran was a boy when he picked up a hefty bass guitar in Kintore, where he spent part of his childhood, and sat down with elders as they jammed, announcing that he too wanted to "have a go".

The music video for Tjintu Desert Band’s popular hit ‘Tjamuku Ngurra’ has won the prize for Best Music Video at the ICTV Video Awards on 25 September. The awards were conducted at the 16th National Remote Indigenous Media Festival, held last week on the Cape York Peninsula in Far North Queensland.

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Tjintu Desert Band is a Central Australian Indigenous band from Ikuntji, a small community 230 kilometres west of Alice Springs. Previously known as Sunshine Reggae or Sunshine Reggae Band they changed their name to include the Luritja word for "sunshine" Tjintu Desert Band. Also known as. Sunshine Reggae Band. Indulkana, South Australia.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Kapi
Vocals – Radical SonWritten By – Joseph Zimran, Terry Marshall
3:49
2 Tjamuku Ngurra
Written By – Aaron Sharpe, Terry Marshall
4:07
3 Ngurra Ikuntjinya
Written By – Jeffrey Zimran
2:52
4 Walpa Warri
Written By – Jeffrey Zimran, Jeremy Conlon , Terry Marshall
4:48
5 Kintore Highway
Written By – Jeffrey Zimran
3:01
6 Ngurra Nganampa
Written By – Terry Marshall
2:42
7 Kungka Nyuntu Nyayuku
Written By – Terry Marshall
3:42
8 Tanytjirrintjaku
Written By – Kieran Multa, Terry Marshall
3:27
9 Wanngitjarra
Written By – Jeffrey Zimran, Joseph Zimran, Terry Marshall
3:30
10 Grandfather's Dreaming
Written By – Jeffrey Zimran, Jospeh Zimran, Terry Marshall
3:40

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – CAAMA Music
  • Copyright (c) – CAAMA Music
  • Recorded At – CAAMA Music Studios
  • Distributed By – MGM Distribution

Credits

  • Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals – Aaron Sharpe
  • Drums, Percussion – Kieran Multa
  • Engineer – Elijah Barbour, Jeremy Conlon
  • Engineer, Mixed By – Tim Cole
  • Executive Producer – Miko Smith
  • Keyboards, Synthesizer, Backing Vocals, Xylophone – Joseph Zimran
  • Lead Guitar, Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Jeffrey Zimran
  • Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Harmonica – Terry Marshall
  • Mastered By – Crystal Mastering
  • Producer – Jeremy Conlon
  • Vocals – Radical Son (tracks: 1)

Notes

Album title is translated on the cover as Grandfather's Country. An indigenous rock group from Northern Territory, Australia. The language used in the titles is Luritja.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 9 324399 001723
Tjintu Desert Band - Tjamuku Ngurra FLAC album
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