Vale Lou Reed

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When I was 15 I used to work in the weekends picking tomatoes to earn pocket money. A day in the hothouses earned me $5 so every two weeks I could get on a bus and travel from suburban Mangere into Auckland City and buy a new record.

I was just getting into buying records . . . → Read More: Vale Lou Reed

A Good Heart

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Feargal Sharkey sang it

http://www.exposures.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/agoodheart.mp4

Songwriter: MARIA LOUISA MCKEE

I hear a lot of stories I suppose they could be true All about love And what it can do to you

Highest risk of striking out The risk of getting hurt And still I have so much to learn

I know, ’cause I think about . . . → Read More: A Good Heart

Featherston Street Demos

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An new album is on the way. Here are the studio demos.

Some people have had issues accessing these songs on Soundcloud so I have uploaded them to my blog. Right click the hyperlinks to download any mp3’s you want to keep on your local PC

Enjoy!

Gone Too Long . . . → Read More: Featherston Street Demos

“Not Another Love Song”

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I work at racetracks, up on the roof with the TV camera guys. Between races we talk a bit.

Down in the Waikato B.O.P region a few of the team are pretty musical and a couple the crew play in bands. John Strange is one such camera operator and he’s a bit of a heavy . . . → Read More: “Not Another Love Song”

Changing Gear

David warming the amp up.

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I’ve got a bit of a band going these days. It’s called Servo. Like us on Facebook.

It’s not much but at the same time it can be everything if I want it to be.

My mate Robbie from my teens is the drummer, my neighbor Matt is the bass player and up until a . . . → Read More: Changing Gear

What Would You Say?

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If they took me away And shot me today What would you say?

The state is beefing up it’s spying powers.

Not because it needs to, if that is what it was about then we could actually have an intelligent discussion.

No. This is to cover up the prime minister’s shoddy administration of the GCSB . . . → Read More: What Would You Say?