Wayne Warwick-Williams | Djun Djetti Didgeridoo

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Djun Djetti Didgeridoo

by Wayne Warwick-Williams

Australian Aboriginal descendant Wayne Warwick- Williams plays the didgeridoo with the modern rhythms and sounds of today’s music. This album is a must for any music collection.
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1. Eagle High
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2. Thylicine(2 didgeridoos at the same time)
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3. Dugong
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4. Kono (grass tree)
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5. Traka
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6. Drifta
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7. Lakes Creek
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8. Outback
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9. Ochre Nights
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Wayne is a descendent of the Darumbal People of Central Queensland Australia, he came to America to create awareness, educate and preserve one of the world’s oldest living cultures, the Australian Aborigines. He has spent the last five years in the Western Desert of Australia cultivating the art of crafting and playing the didgeridoo. In addition to 5 years of training under the watchful eye of world renowned Tracker & Elder, Kevin Cameron from whom he has gained an extensive knowledge of his people and the Australian Aboriginal culture. Wayne is credited with fusing one of the worlds oldest living instruments with the modern rhythms of today’s music. His unique style of playing has created new genres of music featuring beats from grass roots to hip-hop.His sound is truly one of a kind. Wayne’s lung popping performances display infectious grooves that create a raw energy reflecting the Australian Aboriginal culture that he grew up in. One of his main goals is to bring awareness to the Aboriginal plight through the music of the didgeridoo. The release of his debut album titled Djun Djetti is not only an eclectic range of didgeridoo music but it makes it evident of his mastery of this ancient instrument and connection to his Aboriginal roots and mother earth. Wayne’s experiences include performing for the United Nations,The current didgeridoo player featured on the Outback Steak House TV and Radio AD,The Gandhi Tour,Indigidance(Aboriginal traditional performing group) New Coffee Forum on CPTV, 91.7 WHUS Radio, 91.3 WWUH Radio, 107 WCCC Radio Mardi Gras, 90.1 WECS Radio, Hard Rock Café, Universities/ Educational Institutions around the globe.


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Barefoot Guitars

Could teach Ash Dargan a thing or two.
Wayne is so incredibly talented, and a sweet guy to boot. Here he proves how well he can jam--but you gotta check out his duet on 'Thylicine,' where he plays two didjs at once! The man's not human....

Santana Rocks

Unbelievable Variety!
Great rhthyms, awesome variety with the musical focus remaining on the didge (unlike some didge cd's). Very upbeat! This cd is a must have!!

Jordan

He was better than the main act!
Dude, I saw this guy last new years eve at the Hard Rock Cafe in Ledyard, CT. He opened for some other band, but was so much better them! I was dissapointed to see Wayne leave the stage after only a few songs. The other bands that night were pretty lame, but it was worth going to see Wayne play even if only for a few minutes!

Rod Milli

Didgeri...did it!!!!
This has been the most ejoyable Didgeridoo music ever. Incredibly imaginative and creative. So many applications of so many techniques.
Definately a good piece to have in the collection.

Iyawata

Awesome music
This is a wonderful CD, the music is passionate, earthy
celebrating of the aboriginal peoples of Australia.
Just awesome music.

Matt

Truly talented didge player!
Wicked didging, works well with the other instruments, worthy of being added into any didge cd collection!

Susan Dziedzic, Reminder Press

Amazing Music!
What this man does with a didgeridoo has probably never been done before. Wayne Walker-Williams brings this ancient musical art form into the twenty-first century with an eclectic blend of soulful and heart-stopping rhythms. It's hard to describe the flavor of this CD -- just be assured that it's a wonderful new sound and you will definitely want to hear more.

Mary Lindhart


This type of Didgeridoo playing is the best I have ever heard. You can tell he was taught by real aborigine people. The style is so easy to listen to and it make me want to try harder to get better at playing the didg. I met him in a coffee shop in Duniden Florida and heard some of his playing first hand. It was awsome so I bought the CD.

Blue

Mind blowing rhythyms.
struggling to describe the talent displayed on this cd, thylicine is earth shatteringly skillful. Play the didj meself, and can't work out where the hell he gets time to breathe! brilliant, recommended to anyone who likes their music a little different.