12 Feb 2017

Kiwis by 2s and 3s

From New Horizons, 5:00 pm on 12 February 2017
Tattletale Saints: Cy Winstanley and Vanessa McGowan

Tattletale Saints: Cy Winstanley and Vanessa McGowan Photo: Anna Webber, used with permision

New releases from a Kiwi duo and a Kiwi trio are the main features of this week's episode ... both with a hint of the folk about them: Tattletale Saints and Tweed.

Who's this Sharon?

Sharon and Nancy open the programme - they competed in the 1970 Mobil Song Quest singing an original song by Sharon. Who Sharon is will surprise you. Your mind will be blown and your jaw will be on the floor.

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  • NZ Live: Tattletale Saints
  • NZ Live: Tweed
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  • Music Details

    'Song title' (Composer) – Performers
    Album title
    (Label)

    'Life Upon Life' (O’Neill) – Sharon and Nancy
    Mobil Song Quest 1970
    (Kiwi)

    'Maxine' (O’Neill) – Sharon O’Neill
    Kiwi Gold Disc 4
    (NZ on Air)

    'Doctor Doctor' (Winstanley) – Tattletale Saints
    How Red is the Blood
    (Old Oak Music)

    'Kathleen' (Winstanley) – Tattletale Saints
    Tattletale Saints
    (Old Oak Music)

    'Little Richard is Alive and Well in Nashville TN' (Winstanley) – Tattletale Saints
    Tattletale Saints
    (Old Oak Music)

    'I Don’t Sing so Much Any More' (Winstanley) – Tattletale Saints
    Tattletale Saints
    (Old Oak Music)

    'Prologue' (Tweed) – Tweed
    High-Brow Blues
    (Ambertrap)

    'Lost' (Tweed) – Tweed
    High-Brow Blues
    (Ambertrap)

    'Fading' (Tweed) – Tweed
    High-Brow Blues
    (Ambertrap)

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