George Harrison found himself in Bob Dylan’s studio in 1988 recording the B Side of a single release from his new album. Luckily for George, Bob Dylan, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty and Roy Orbison were hanging around at the same place. By the end of the session, not only had they nailed the B side, . . . → Read More: A Trip Back To The Late 80s With The Traveling Wiburys
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1 Poker Face Lady Gaga 2 If I Were A Boy Beyonce 3 Everything P-Money feat. Vince Harder 4 Whatever You Like TI 5 Live Your Life TI feat. Rihanna 6 Hot N Cold Katy Perry 7 Now You’re Gone Basshunter 8 All Summer Long Kid Rock 9 Sex On Fire Kings Of Leon . . . → Read More: NZ Top 10 Singles – Monday 24th November 2008
Tina Turner, together with husband Ike, dominated the charts in the late 60s and early 70s. After a series of setbacks which would ensure most of us would disappear from the limelight, Tina relaunched her career with the hit 1983 album Private Dancer and never looked back. We remember Tina this week by making a . . . → Read More: Simply The Best In The 80s
Genesis hit the big time in the early 70s, so it was a surprise to everyone when the lead singer Peter Gabriel quit the band at what seemed like the peak of their careers. Peter went on to great things throughout the late 70s and right into the 80s with his unique style and this . . . → Read More: Peter Gabriel – 80s Music Master
qSMITHp is an un-signed artist living in Hastings, New Zealand. Here’s a nice happy number that we like.
1 Everything P-Money feat. Vince Harder 2 Whatever You Like TI 3 All Summer Long Kid Rock 4 If I Were A Boy Beyonce 5 Hot N Cold Katy Perry 6 Live Your Life TI feat. Rihanna 7 Sex On Fire Kings Of Leon 8 Poker Face Lady Gaga 9 Miss Independent Ne-Yo 10 . . . → Read More: NZ Top 10 Singles – Monday 3rd November 2008
A satrical look at the Kiwi accent. As seen on tonights “Sunday” programme on TV2. :o)