We’ve had versions of Yothu Yindi’s “Treaty” here before – at least twice (here and here). But it is back again. This time with mixes by K-Klass from a 1992 promo. The Stripped mix is the better version. The Club mix is nothing special.

As for Yothu Yindi, a reminder From sleeve notes to 1992 single: Yothu Yindi (Pronounced yo-’thoo YIN’dee and meaning Child & Mother) are predominantly Yolngu (Aboriginal) band of traditional and contemporary musicians from the remote coastal communities of Northeast Arnhem Land in Australia. They have shared their groundbreaking blend on contemporary rock and indigenous Aboriginal music with audiences throughout the world over the past six years and were the first Aboriginal band to earn a place in the Australian national Top 10 in 1991 [with single “Treaty”]. Yothu Yindi are committed to the idea of perserving the sanctity of their centuries old culture and at the same time preach tolerance and cooperation between cultures

Yothu Yindi – Treaty (K-Klass Stripped Down Mix)

Yothu Yindi – Treaty (K-Klass Club Mix)

Buy 12″

~ by acidted on August 30, 2010.

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