Homeland Movement

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Homeland Movement
YothuYindi HomelandMovement.jpg
Studio album by Yothu Yindi
Released March 1989
Recorded 1988
Genre Aboriginal rock
Length 38:51
Label Mushroom
Producer Leszek Karski
Yothu Yindi chronology
Homeland Movement
(1989)
Tribal Voice
(1991)

Homeland Movement is the debut album by Australian rock band Yothu Yindi that was released in March 1989 on the Mushroom Records label.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Mainstream" (Bakamana Yunupingu)
  2. "Yolngu Woman" (Yunupingu)
  3. "Homeland Movement" (Yunupingu)
  4. "Yolngu Boy" (Yunupingu)
  5. "Djäpana" (Yunupingu)
  6. "Gamadala" (Traditional song, arranged by Witiyana Marika, Milkayngu Mununggurr, Yunupingu)
  7. "Garrtjambal" (Traditional song, arranged by Marika, Mununggurr, Yunupingu)
  8. "Mambulmambul" (Traditional song, arranged by Marika, Mununggurr, Yunupingu)
  9. "Gudurrku" (Traditional song, arranged by Marika, Mununggurr, Yunupingu)
  10. "Barrwula" (Traditional song, arranged by Marika, Mununggurr, Yunupingu)
  11. "Gunmarra" (Traditional song, arranged by Marika, Mununggurr, Yunupingu)
  12. "Luku-Wangawuy Manikay" (1788) (Djenarra Galarrwuy)

Personnel[edit]

The songs "Djapana" and "Mainstream" were released as singles. A follow-up, non-album single called "Tribal Voice", an outtake from the sessions, was released in 1990 and had a music video filmed for it. It was re-recorded and became the title track to the band's follow-up album.