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PAKAM Archive
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Music Recordings
Summary
The Fitzroy River ambles past Dreaming stories of the local people, children swimming, laughter and having fun. This song is inspired by a secret spot between Yungngora and Looma Gideon found one day while walking the track.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings
Summary
How a young man from the remote community of Yungngora could teach himself to play such awesome guitar is testament to his raw talent and love for music. This song is a soaring searing statement of Gideon’s journey.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings
Summary
Gideon has the ability to make his guitar sing with a style used to describe Satriani: a lyrical guitarist. This instrumental has all the feelings of falling in love that fingers, strings and wood can muster.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings
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A favourite gospel up tempo country track from the local Looma gospel meetings, this song showcases the impeccable guitar-man Ronnie Jamison.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings
Summary
Written by a well known music identity Bob Nunyea of from this remote part of WA, Peter Green sings of a beautiful desert home. The amazing Ronnie Jamison of Looma plays the sweetest country guitar you can find outside of Nashville.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings, Music video clips
Summary
PAKAM recording engineers Tonchi McIntosh and Trevor Ishiguchi recorded Gideo Gardiner in Yungngora in 2011 for the PAKAM Music Volume 1 compilation.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Community, Culture, Media history
Summary
Wati and the Ngarlis was produced by group of delegates at the 13th Remote Indigenous Media Festival held in Umuwa, South Australia in October 2011. It provides a "Charlie's Angels' perspective on the history and status of remote Indigenous Television.
PHD Superviser University of Melbourne 2009
Community
PAW Media Archive
Category
Community, Community events, Health and education
Summary
Photo of Graduation
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Culture, zDeceased
Summary
Tjawa Tjawa is a traditional story from Western Australia about a group of women who travelled from Roebourne to the Great Sandy Desert in search of husbands.