Members: Bart Willoughby, Bruce Lawrie, Bunna Lawrie, Mackie Coaby, Neil Coaby.
Bunna Lawrie & Coloured Stone Discography . Black Boy', released in 1984 was a number one hit in the South Pacific Coloured Stone's 1986, album Human Love attained prominence in the United States featured in the Village Voice Top Ten 2012: National NAIDOC Lifetime Achievement Award 2011: National Indigenous Music Awards Hall of Fame 2000: Don Banks Music Award for Composers Bunna with the NAIDOC Lifetime Achievement Award 1999
Redirected from Buna Lawrie). Coloured Stone is a band from the Koonibba Mission, west of Ceduna, South Australia. Their sound has been described as having a unique feel and Aboriginal (Indigenous Australian) qualities. The band performs using guitar, bass, drums, and Aboriginal instruments – didjeridu, bundawuthada (gong stone) and clap sticks – to play traditional music such as the haunting "Mouydjengara", a whale-dreaming song of the Mirning people.
This is a collection of Coloured Stone tunes penned by frontman Bunna Lawrie. Tracks like "Black Boy," "Island of Greed," and the disturbing "No More Boomerang" give insight into the band's political nature, as well as musical diversity. The album also contains some of their earlier material, including "Dancing in the Moonlight," which won them a songwriting contest in 1977.
Dance to the Music is the second studio album by funk/soul band Sly and the Family Stone, released April 27, 1968 on Epic/CBS Records. It contains the Top Ten hit single of the same name, which was influential in the formation and popularization of the musical subgenre of psychedelic soul and helped lay the groundwork for the development of funk music.
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Up next for Fruits & Flowers is a 7" single by Australia's DICK DIVE. es it's an odd name for a pop band (an F. Scott Fitzgerald Tender is the Night reference if you were curious), but this is top notch pop music. Their CALENDAR DAYS LP from last year is for us one of the best records in a long long time