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Sammy Butcher talks about his experience as a musician with the Warumpi Band, and how the Warumpi Band was a people’s band, their songs having meaning that would have a positive impact upon their audience.
The integrity of Sammy Butcher as a musician and community elder was shaped by his experience with the Warumpi Band. This clip shows footage of the Warumpi Band during their heyday, and it is interesting to see Sammy Butcher on the other side of that experience and back in his community at Papunya.
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