Lewis Burns | Didgeridoo Sounds from the Bush

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Didgeridoo Sounds from the Bush

by Lewis Burns

Lewis Burns Jam session, recorded at Original Productions, Burbank CA 2004. This will have you pumping the volume and and tapping your feet. Or simply chillin' on the bean bag.
Genre: World: Aboriginal
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1. Jam Too
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2. Jam Won
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1:48 album only
3. Drone
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4. Jam Free
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5. Rattle
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6. Didgeridoo Sounds Form the Bush
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Album Notes
Rowena G.
"Lewis produces work of a very high calibre which is very sought after in the Arts industry. I would highly recommend working with Lewis to anyone requiring a performance piece or 2D artwork.
Lewis is very passionate about his heritage and this shows in the quality of performance given."
Service Category: Artist
Year first hired: 2012
Top Qualities: Expert, High Integrity, Creative

Hedy B.
"Lewis is an extremely talented and professional performer, artist and teacher. He is very generous with passing on the knowledge of his culture."

Dale L.
"I first became associated with Lewis Burns when we journeyed to Minokama in Japan as a Chamber of Commerce sister city exchange. Lewis was a wonderful ambassador for our city and enthusiastically promoted our city and his cultural heritage. Throughout my association with Lewis he proudly promoted his aboriginal Culture and was invited to many countries where his Dance troop,Paintings and Didgeridoo Playing were first class. Lewis is a good mentor and role model for his aboriginal ethnicity and I am a better person for knowing Lewis and happy to endorse his demeanour and integrity."

Sally P.
"Lewis is a reliable professional with a wonderful personality who has serious connection to Australian Indigenous Arts Practice including his own vibrant, symbolic artworks. Lewis as an Elder can also deliver rights such as Welcome to Country and Yudaki (Didgeridoo) playing for events,openings and private functions in such as way that is both meaningful and entertaining. I highly recommend Lewis Burns for your next event.."

Melina S.
"Lewis Burns is a creative and powerful artist. Representing his indigenous culture through his artwork, he is respectful and a positive creative force within the aboriginal art industry."

Simon L.
"Lewis is a terrific talent, an open heart, and an expert in his field. I highly recommend him. "

Peter G.
"Lewis is a man of many talents. He is very entrepreneurial and has always run his business over the last 20 years I have known him at a pace which is current and cutting edge. Lewis is innovative in his approach to marketing and is constantly trying new ideas. All of this is done with a great sense of humour and positive outlook. I always look forward to the next time I catch up with Lewis and I recommend him to anyone who wish to use his services."

Rodrigo V.
"Lewis is a skilled and amazing artist!"

Barry M.
"I've known Lewis and have worked with him on a variety of projects since 2001. He's a talented painter (artist) and didgeridoo performer. Lewis also hand crafts beautiful didgeridoos and I have sold many of them through my shop in California over the years. I would recommend Lewis highly. Feel free to contact me if you'd like any specific information. Barry Martin L.A.Outback Didgeridoos http://www.LAOutback.com"

"Internationally recognized as one of the world's most gifted didgeridoo players and indigenous Australian artists, Lewis Burns' creation is a ute tribute to the Wiradjuri Tribe. "Because the utes live in the Wiradjuri Nation and I'm from Wiradjuri, it was easy to come up with a design. 'TribeUte' shows the typical life along the rivers and waterholes, with people camping, spear fishing, hunting and gathering."
"Lewis' understated demeanour belies the significance of his achievements as an internationally acclaimed didgeridoo player and maker and as a recognised painter, muralist and mentor. Born in Dubbo, Lewis' early years were spent growing up at Talbragar Aboriginal Reserve and in a variety of towns on the east coast before returning to Central New South Wales.
Working from his home in Dubbo, Lewis travels extensively throughout the world performing, consulting and conducting workshops in theatres, schools and festivals. For over ten years, his talents have been showcased in stage productions, TV programs, films and dance performances in Japan, Canada, Europe and the US. His audiences regularly include international dignitaries, diplomats and high profile entertainers."


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