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Interview to CW Stoneking. On the occasion of the Mojo Station Blues Festival held in Rome recently, I had the chance to meet the Australian bluesman C.W. Stoneking. Thanks to his precious cooperation, we were able to ask some questions to one of the most interesting and esteemed musicians on today’s international scene. STONEKING: I must apologize for the delay we had to drive for nine.
Today, we premiere the video for the single from that album, “The Zombie.” On the tune and video, Stoneking says, “If you like to dance slow and hear children scream this is the song for you.On his new raw and powerful album C.W. sounds like the 1914-born love child of a fire and brimstone preacher and a bluesy crooner. Through his total immersion, we're treated to a sneak peak at.C.W. Stoneking - Pandora. Try disabling any ad blockers and refreshing this page. If that doesn't work, please visit our help page.
C.W. Stoneking was born in Katherine, Northern Territory, on March 15, 1974, the son of Billy Marshall Stoneking. In 2005 Stoneking recorded an album of original blues compositions titled King Hokum. The album was received with great critical acclaim in the Australian media after its release in 2006. In 2006, Stoneking formed his backing band, the Primitive Horn Orchestra with whom he still.
Animation News, Animated Cartoons. Music video for C.W. Stoneking’s “The Zombie” made by Patrick McHale, creator of Over the Garden Wall.
CW Stoneking is an Australian musician whose sound is steeped in early blues, doo-wop, calypso and African beats. His new album, Goin' Boogaloo has just been released. It's the follow-up to.
LOTS of new music local and otherwise for you this week, kicking off with a man who could hardly be less local if he tried, the one and only CW Stoneking.
I think seeing him live is the best way to get what CW Stoneking is all about. In a world of ersatz popsters and juggernaut superbands, CW is like a microbrewery to their Foster's lager.
C.W. Stoneking: Jungle Blues. interview by Stevie Poor. You know that terrific scene in Kubrick’s The Shining, where Jack Nicholson is sitting at a bar talking to the smartly dressed ghost of a bartender? C.W. Stoneking’s Aria award winner, Jungle Blues, has that sound. In the movie Jack’s character, Johnny, has lost his mind and finds this long dead pourer to be his new best friend. T.
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C.W. Stoneking was crooning “Jungle Lullaby”, while the swaying crowd sang along, all the words, back and forth, a tide on a desert island shore. Dressed for the part in bleached linen with a.
This one, it's called, the Zombie (Arghhh!) W-when you hear that zombie rockin' slow, Til the break o' dawn in the Congo, Ain't gonna lay to rest, 'til the mornin' light, Gonna raise some sand in the dead o' night (To the left, to the right) M-mama hear them mumblin' low, (Til the dawn breakin' light).
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C.W. Stoneking (b. 1974) is an Australian blues musician. Stoneking was born in Katherine to Californian hippie parents who had met at a music festival. His parents separated, and he was brought up by his father, a teacher in the Aboriginal community of Papunya. His interest in the blues was sparked while a student at Sydney's Balmain High School. He stumbled across some of his father's blues.