Aboriginal musician

Alan Dargin

Origin
Lake Evella region in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia
Genre/styles
Avant-Garde
About

I can make it talk, I can make it sing
Can make it do anything.
Didj, Didj, Didjeridu.—Alan Dargin, Bloodwood Log

Alan Dargin died on 24 February 2008 from a brain haemorrhage aged 40. His final album, MRD, was issued posthumously.

Discography

Bloodwood - The Art Of The Didjeridu

Released
1994-06-24
Tracks
  1. Virtuoso Didj
  2. Storm Warning
  3. Gaia
  4. Going To Town
  5. Fantastic Plastic
  6. Bloodwood Log
  7. Hitchhiker's Nightmare
  8. Open Road
  9. Trinity
  10. Anthem
Notes

Alan Dargin with Michael Atherton.


Reconciliation - Two Stories in One

Released
1994-07
Tracks
  1. Reconciliation
  2. Polite Conversation
  3. Over The Road
  4. Bis
  5. Don't Wake 'Im
  6. Jalopy
  7. Sticks
  8. Michael Dwyers Tribute
  9. Kerry Polka
  10. Ponytail Reel
  11. Na Miola Mora
  12. Lilting Horns
  13. Heavy Load
  14. Jiggery Didj

DidgeriDuo

Released
1996-07-19
Tracks
  1. Original traditional techno
  2. Bush walk
  3. Pedal to the metal
  4. Flooded river
  5. Didge talk
  6. Heading home
  7. Tracking
  8. Billabong camp
  9. Desert nights
  10. Outback highways
  11. Zoom
  12. Croc swamp
Notes

Alan Dargin with Gary Thomas.


The Sound Of Gondwana: 176,000 Years in the Making

Released
1997-01-01
Tracks
  1. The Call
  2. Crossings
  3. Forest Light
  4. Dance This Time Around
  5. The Emu & the Dog
  6. Dreamtime In the Meantime
  7. Mouthmusic
  8. Cave Drawings
  9. Mungari
  10. Hand Stencils
  11. Roo
  12. My People
Notes

Alan Dargin, David Hudson, Mark Atkins & Matthew Doyle.


Cross + Hatch: Didjeridu + Percussion

Released
1998-03
Tracks
  1. Virtuoso Didj
  2. Ketuk
  3. The Call
  4. Sunshower
  5. Afrodidj
  6. Forest Light
  7. Crossings
  8. Storm Warning
  9. Ginjunggang

MRD

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Released
2008-04
Tracks

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Notes

MRD features collaborations with legendary musicians such as Tommy Emmanuel, James Morrison, and many other virtuosos duetting with didgeridoo on instruments as varied as guitar, steel drums, keyboard, Chinese flute, trumpet, electric bass, and voice.

This is Alan Dargin’s final album, issues posthumously.


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