|Also known as||Isaac Yama|
Kaltukatjara, Northern Territory, Australia
Isaac Yamma (or Yama) (1940 – January 1990) was a country singer from Central Australia. He was a Pitjantjatjara man who was born by a waterhole near Docker River (Kaltukatjara). He started his musical career as a member of Areyonga Desert Tigers. He later performed with his band the Pitjantjatjara Country Band, a band made up of his sons Hector, Frank, Peter and Paul and his cousin Russell Yamma. His song were mostly sung in Pitjantjatjara. He was also a radio host on CAAMA Radio 8KIN FM.
- Isaac Yama and the Pitjantjatjara Country Band (1987) – CAAMA
- Isaac Yama and the Pitjantjatjara Country Band No.2 (1987) – CAAMA
- Papal Concert, Alice Springs (1982) – Imparja
- Desert Songs 1 (1982) – CAAMA
- Desert Songs 2 (1983) – CAAMA
- From the Bush (1990) – CAAMA
- AIDS: How Could I Know (1989) – CAAMA
- 25th Anniversary Compilation 2 (2006) – CAAMA
- Walker, Clinton (2000). "Country Man". Buried Country: The Story of Aboriginal Country Music. Pluto Press. pp. 230–243. ISBN 1-86403-152-2.
- Toohey, Paul (1996). "The Story of Isaac". God's Little Acre. Sydney: Duffy & Snellgrove. ISBN 1-875989-09-9.
- Breen, Marcus (1989). Our Place Our Music. Aboriginal Studies Press. ISBN 0-85575-197-5.
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