Ali Arjibuk (Allyson Jean) Mills

Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
About Ali

Ali Arjibuk Mills is a Larrakia woman and became a part of the group Mills Sisters in 1982. She sings in Kriol.

I believe we need food, air, water and songs to survive. Nothing gives me more of a lift than a song. This is my ultimate high. If I couldn't sing I think I might die.

— Ali Arjibuk Mills


Album formats explained

Album formats

  • 10": 10 inch vinyl records were played at 45 or 33 1/3 rounds per minute (rpm). The former could hold 9, the latter 12 minutes of music per side.
  • 7": 7 inch records (often referred to as 45s) were played at 45 rpm or 33 1/3 rpm, with about 4:30 or 6 minutes of music per side.
  • LP: Long play, is a vinyl record played at ​33 1⁄3 rpm with a 12 or 10-inch diameter.
  • EP: Extended play, are vinyl records that allowed two or even three songs on each side.

Waltjim Bat Matilda (Waltzing Matilda)

9 April 2010
  1. Waltjim Bat Matilda
  2. Millsie
  3. Dream Serenade [Intro]
  4. Dream Serenade
  5. The Beauty Of A Country Song
  6. Mission Food
  7. Alabama Coon
  8. Song Kungarakan
  9. I've Got A Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts
  10. Darwin Town
  11. Arafura Pearl
  12. Adelaide River [Intro]
  13. Adelaide River
  14. Honey, Be My Honey Bee
  15. Larrakia Tears

This is Ali Mills' first solo album.

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