C'mon Aussie C'mon


C'mon Aussie C'mon

Infobox Single
Name = C'Mon Aussie C'Mon


Artist = Mojo Singers
Released = 1979
Recorded =
Genre = Advertising Jingle
Length =
Label =
Writer = A Johnston, A Morris, G Koos, S Baird |
Producer =
Certification = gold record Australia
Reviews =
Last single =
This single = "C'Mon Aussie C'Mon"
(1979)
Next single =

"C'mon Aussie C'mon" is an Australian Cricket anthem.

Originally performed by the Mojo Singers in 1978 as an advertising jingle to promote World Series Cricket's unofficial Australian cricket team, the song eulogised players such as Dennis Lillee, the Chappell brothers Ian and Greg and Rod Marsh. It ended with the refrain, "C'mon Aussie, C'mon, C'mon" sung again and again. The song was part of an advertising campaign devised by the Mojo agency for the Channel Nine network, which televised WSC cricket.

Released as a single, it was a smash hit and was played at the WSC games and even sung by crowds at the official Test matches.

Each season the lyrics changed to announce who would be the Australian cricket team's opponents that summer and to highlight the latest stars of the team.

hannon Noll version

Infobox Single
Name = C'mon Aussie C'mon


Artist = Shannon Noll
Released = December 20, 2004
Recorded = 2004
Genre = Pop
Length = 3:28
Label = Sony BMG
Writer = A Johnston, A Morris, G Koos, S Baird |
Producer = Mark Rivett
Certification = Platinum (Australia)
Reviews =
Last single = "New Beginning"
(2004)
This single = "C'mon Aussie C'mon"
(2004)
Next single = "Shine" (2005)
In 2004, Australian singer Shannon Noll resurrected the song with new lyrics to mention current stars of the game as Adam Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath.

The track was released on December 20 2004 to aid the children's charity "Good Start", a joint charity set up by the Australian Red Cross and Sanitarium foods to raise money to ensure all Australian children start the day with a healthy breakfast. The charity reported an earning of in excess of AU$150,000 from the proceeds of the sales of the single.

Track listing

#"C'mon Aussie C'mon (Full Version)"
#"C'mon Aussie C'mon (Radio Edit)"

Music video

The video for "C'mon Aussie C'mon" is a combination of scenes of Noll recording the track in a studio spliced with footage of the Australian Cricket team.

Due to copyright restrictions, the video was only shown during the 2004/2005 season on Channel Nine.

Charts

External links

* [http://www.smh.com.au/news/Cricket/Cmon-sticklers-cmon/2004/12/16/1102787216605.html "C'mon sticklers C'mon" - Sydney Morning Herald - December 17 2004]


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