Greg Englert | Wombat Wobble (2016 Dance Mix)

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Wombat Wobble (2016 Dance Mix)

by Greg Englert

Greg Englert's most requested and played song now in a special dance mix
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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Album Notes
I am proud to announce the official release of my latest recording – Wombat Wobble 2016 Dance Mix.

Greg Englert – Sydney, Australia – Composer, Producer, Arranger – All Instruments.

To celebrate 25 years as a music producer Sydney based composer, producer, musician Greg Englert decided to re-visit his previously released music. Rather than re-mix and use alternate takes Greg started a project to have his favourite singers and musicians from around the world re-imagine his compositions in their own special ways. The result is a series of epic special edition recordings ranging from Pop and Rock, through Jazz and Swing to Civil War Movie genres.

'Wombat Wobble' was originally a dixieland ditty released in 1990 as part Greg's first album 'Wockwongs' (Ozz Jazz 001), (Available at all good on-line stores) by the composer Greg Englert.

In the ensuing years Wombat Wobble has become Greg's most popular, most requested and most download/purchased recording with 10 times the sales as every other recording Greg has done combined!!

So in the spirit of the 25th Anniversary Series Greg decided to do a dance mix, especially for all his young fans who regularly Wobble along to the Wombat Wobble!

The dance mix includes the comments made in the original recording by Australian jazz legend Tony Howarth who ad-libbed some hilarious comments playing the role of the wombat!

I hope you enjoy the dance mix as much as I did making it - wobble wobble wobble!



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