Aboriginal musician

Ursula Yovich

Origin
Maningrida, far North Arnhem Land, NT
Genre/styles
Blues, Soul, Reggae
About

Ursula was awarded a Helpmann Award (Australia’s equivalent to the Tony Awards) in 2007 for her stunning performance in Capricornia.

Ursula also featured in Deborah Cheethams’ Pecan Summer, Australia’s first Aboriginal opera.

Discography

Sketches

Ursula Yovich - Sketches
Released
2004-04-13
Tracks

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My Skin, My Life

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Released
2006
Tracks
  1. My Skin, My Life (Music by David Page)
Notes

My Skin, My Life was used in the 2006 Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony.


The Way That I Love You

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Released
2006
Tracks
  1. The Way That I Love You
Notes

The Way That I Love You is part of the movie soundtrack of Jindabyne.


Ursula Yovich Live

Released
2010-10-08
Tracks
  1. Fields of Gold
  2. Just a Child
  3. Caruso
  4. Do I Belong?
  5. Who Wants to Live Forever?
  6. A Woman Is
  7. Magpie Blues
  8. Oneness
  9. People Make the World a Better Place
  10. Over the Rainbow (Sung in Burarra, Serbian & English)

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