William McIntosh (recording engineer)

Last changed on Thu, 01/01/1970 - 09:30
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Warmun community is surrounded by amazing red mountains, big boulders and white gums, Spinifex grass, creek beds and abundant birdlife, unforgettable. The country is loved and its stories and songs are alive in the culture of the local people.
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It’s about someone not having a good time, who used to be happy but now needs to let the past go and move on so they can find themselves again.
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Meaning ‘Having a good time’. Time to kick the heels up and get the courage to ask that beautiful Kija lady for a dance! Gabriel helped coordinate his community’s recovery from the unprecedented floods of 2011, a local leader and musician.
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A call out to his people to share their culture and language with their children, knowing that their greatest strength in this two culture world will come from this knowledge.
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At the very end of the Dampier Peninsula, surrounded by the swirling turquoise currents of the Indian Ocean, is a little Island called Ingaldoon. Truly a paradise which brings fond memories to Albert Wiggan, reminding him of his carefree youth.
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Recorded in Bobieding, a little settlement near Beagle Bay that his father started, and living with his brothers and family close by, John ‘Whiskers’ Cox has been walking around with this tune in his head for 20 years.
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There is a belief that the spirits of the old traditional people walk at night along the Peninsula, angry at people who disrespect the country. Albert’s song calls on his countrymen to choose their culture over industry deals.