Presented by Tim Harrison & Andy Bell
Oh what a night, early September 2010. AB was obsessing about the Bulldogs while Tim was going on about song titles and grammar. We both got a result !!!
He Tangata – Oceania
A fusion of Maori and modern. The track title means people and was played as our little bit of musical medicine for the good folk of Christchurch.
I’m On My Way – The Proclaimers
We Like War – The Bon Scotts
Love Potion #9 – The Searchers
The Searchers are a British band who were on the second rung of 60s groups. The song originated with the Clovers in the US.
All By Yourself In The Monlight – Whispering Jack Smith
Smith was a man who took full advantage of a new technology to become a star. In the 1920s, the microphoone was a relatively new invention. WJS used it to great effect with his baritone voice creating a feeling of intimacy. It was the first step on the road to the style of singing known as crooning.
Seven Nation Army – The White Stripes
Attention Must Be Paid – Wendy Matthews
Born in Canada, now an Aussie. A seven time winner at the ARIAS and we played some examples of here considerable craft.
The Day You Went Away
All I Need
I Don’t Want To Be With Nobody But You
Brand New Key – Melanie
A Better Day – The Seraph Choir
Weir – Killing Heidi
Love Don’t Need A Reason – New York City Gay Men’s Chorus
This Must Be Love – Anita Ward
My Wubba Dolly – Ella Fitzgerald
I’m So Worried – Terry Jones
Tap Your Troubles Away – Lisa Kirk (Mack & Mabel – Cast)
Glass Figurine – Andrew Bird’s Bowl Of Fire
Kitty In The Middle – The Presets