Saturday, September 6, 2008

Esau Mwamwaya strikes again!

'Spill favourite, and prolific fiddler of other people's songs Esau Mwamwaya is back! 
Even though we're still waiting on his debut LP, he's found time to rework Vampire Weekend's "Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa" in his own special style. The singer from Vampire Weekend guests  on Esau's LP too,  and don't forget that "Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa" was the first ever song to posted on The 'Spill way back in January. 

Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa by Esau Mwamwaya


Frogprincess said...

Blimpy I'll enjoy listening to this. I listen to the original very often. Love 'Oxford Comma' too which has become the official hymn of the proof readers I work with.

Blimpy said...

Cheeers FP!

So, when Vampire Weekend sing "who gives a fuck about an oxford comma", the proofies shout out "WE DO!" very loudly?>?

The wikipedia page for oxford comma is quite fun too. Esp the Betty, a maid and a rabbit bit, which sounds like some sort of children's film from teh 1950s.

Frogprincess said...

That's right - in unison! Such a fiddly fiddly business. I'll check out the Wikipage.

TracyK said...

Which comedy show was it where someone ends up a proofreader working for a porn mag and is telling one of the smut writers exactly why the oxford comma should have been used in an especially filthy line?

FP said...

Don't know that one - but great idea for a sketch...! And the song's awesome Blimpy!