Wally Warning

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Ewald "Wally" Warning (born in Aruba, Netherlands Antilles) is a Roots-, Reggae-, Ragga-, Latin-Singer living in Munich.[1] He is the son of Surinamese parents. At the age of 17 he moved from Aruba to the Netherlands, where he had a hit single with "The World Needs Love" in the early 1980s,[1] and around 1990 to Germany. He put his singing career on hold while he played bass guitar in touring bands with Sam & Dave and Lightnin' Hopkins, but restarted his solo career in the 2000s.[1] He reached a broad audience when he produced and sang the radio summer hit "No Monkey". The song reached the top thirty in both Austria and Germany.[1]



  • 1983: Promises
  • 1984: Land of Hunger
  • 2003: Cosa Linda
  • 2007: No Monkey


  • Tax
  • 1992: Promises
  • 1995: Love Can Save Us
  • 1997: Storm
  • 1998: Hope
  • 1999: Reggae Vibe
  • 2004: Who Am I
  • 2005: Spiritual Soul
  • 2006: Slow Down
  • 2007: No Monkey
  • 2008: Hope (Gospelalbum)
  • 2009: Take life
  • 2010: Closer / mas serca (Gospelalbum)


  1. ^ a b c d Jeffries, David "Wally Warning Biography", Allmusic, retrieved 2011-04-03

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