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Legendary Band Yothu Yindi and Their Trailblazing Call for a Treaty, Aaron Corn , single work review
— Review of Writing in the Sand Matt Garrick , 2021 single work biography ;

'Few musicians have had as profound an impact on Australia’s cultural and political life as those in Yothu Yindi. Formed in 1986, this revolutionary band brought together Indigenous musicians from the Yolŋu town of Yirrkala in Northeast Arnhem Land and their non-Indigenous, or Balanda, friends who played in a Darwin band called the Swamp Jockeys.'  (Introduction)

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