Sound recordings -- New Zealand
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Les Cleveland and the D-Day Dodgers, ‘The Songs We Sang’, Kiwi Record, LA-3, 2959, 33 1/3 RPM LP. (Two copies).
Tony and the Tararuas, ‘Aidal-o-boy’, ‘Too-roo-loo-roo-lay’, ‘Darkies Sunday School’, ‘My Big Hobnailers’, His Master’s Voice N.Z. Ltd., PR 358, c. 1963, 45 RPM.
Poster advertising the album 'Daddys Highway' by New Zealand rock band The Bats. Includes a reproduction of the album cover which includes a photograph of a puppet.
Contains the front section of LC’s ‘Songs We Sang’ [possibly a companion to the record], (Wellington: Editorial Services Limited, 1959) along with two copies of LC’s Curriculum Vitae and a cover letter. The latter is undated.
Rex Franklin, ‘Drover’s Dream and Other Country Songs’, Viking Record Company, VE 107, 1962, 45 RPM EP.
A collection of typed script, printed articles, correspondence, prints and a floppy disc. Includes biographical information on George Meek along with copies of some of his ballads, correspondence with Meek’s son and correspondence with the curator of the North Otago Museum. The correspondence all occurred in 1991-1992. The subject matter includes dates as far back as 1881 (George Meeks’ birth year).
Howard Morrison Quartet, ‘George, The Wild(er) N.Z. Boy’, ‘Hoki Hoki’, La Gloria, GSP-073, 1963, 45 RPM.
The Back Block’s Boys (Les Cleveland vocals), ‘Mackenzie and His Dog’, ‘The Coleridge Run’, ‘The Phosphate RIDERS’, ‘Black Billy Tea’, Tanza Records, ZEP004-24762/24763, 45 RPM.
A collection of photocopied sheet music, a guitar notation guide, handwritten notes, printed articles and a ‘Maoriland’ Christmas 45 RPM record. The songs are about war, frontier life and the general back country experience. They are separated by source. The handwritten notes demonstrate the processes of research and obtaining the sources of the music. Including the original dates of the sheet music, the publication date range is c. 1915-1985.
Howard Morrison Quartet with Toni Williams Tremellos, ‘My Old Man’s an All Black’, ‘Unchained Melody’, La Gloria, GSP-014, 1960, 45 RPM.
Poster advertising the single 'The Real You' by Netherworld Dancing Toys. Includes a collage of black & white photographs of many different people. Also includes the texts: '(7" & 12") Appearing live at: With the assistance of the NZ Students Arts Council'. Also includes the logo of Virgin.
Poster advertising the album 'Hail' by New Zealand rock band Straitjacket Fits. Includes a drawing of a pig, a mermaid, a rabbit, an eel and a policeman with a horses body floating in a room. Also includes the texts: 'Auckland - Gluepot - Nov. 25. Wellington - Sthern Cross - Dec. 7,8. Christchurch - Subway - Dec. 9,10. Dunedin - Oriental - Dec. 16, 17. Thanx too Robin and John at Elast.' Also includes the signature Collie '88.
Poster advertising the 12" single Doomsday by New Zealand rock group The Verlaines. Includes a reproduction of the album cover, which features three cowboys on horses in the desert, one of whom is carrying a guitar and the also the words 'New Kinda Hero'. Also includes the text: 'Out now on Flying Nun'.