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Vinyl single by Tim Finn recorded for the movie "Les Patterson Saves The World".
From the soundtrack album "The Les Patterson Long Player" (1987) for the movie "Les Patterson Saves The World".
Finn has composed for a number of Australian films and TV productions, including 1981 teen tale Puberty Blues and comedy Les Patterson Saves the World, which yielded Australian hit "You Saved the World". Finn had a small part in Australian film The Coca-Cola Kid alongside then-girlfriend Greta Scacchi, and a larger one in her Italian-shot romance La Donna della Luna (The Moon Woman). Crowded House, Finn and later solo work.
Finn is the first album by The Finn Brothers, a music project of New Zealand brothers Tim and Neil Finn. The album was produced by Tchad Blake and the Finn Brothers in Auckland, New Zealand. The songs "Angel's Heap" and "Suffer Never" were both released as singles. All tracks written by Neil and Tim Finn, except where noted. All instruments played by the Finn Brothers except bass on "Kiss the Road of Rarotonga" by Dave Dobbyn. Engineered and mixed by Tchad Blake.
Tim Finn is a singer and songwriter and one of New Zealand's foremost musicians. Other photo of Tim Finn. src "/web/img/loading. gif" data-src "/web/show-photo. jpg?id 13648&cache false" alt "Other photo of Tim Finn" class "gallery img" height "167". 5) "You Saved The World", "With You I'm Alive" - album Les Patterson Saves The World. 6) "How'm I Gonna Sleep", "Crescendo", "Not Even Close" - album Tim Finn. 7) "Parihaka"(with Herbs) – New version of a track originally from Tim Finn. 8)"Long Hard Road"(with Phil Judd). 9)"Islands"(with MC Fli T). 10) "Hit The Ground Running", "Persuasion", "Many's The Time" – album Before & After. 11) "Runs In The Family"
The Conversation (Tim Finn album). The Conversation is the eighth solo album by New Zealand singer/songwriter Tim Finn. It was recorded in April and May 2008, and released in New Zealand on 24 November that year. The album features collaborations with former Split Enz members Eddie Rayner and Miles Golding, along with Tim's guitarist Brett Adams. The album's working title was Echo Chamber. The album is produced by Ethan Allen, known for his work with famed producer Daniel Lanois.
Brian Timothy "Tim" Finn, OBE (born 25 June 1952) is a singer-songwriter born in New Zealand. Finn is most known for his music with his band Split Enz. He has released solo albums, and was member of his brother Neil's band Crowded House. He also released albums with Neil as the Finn Brothers. Carve You In Marble". You Saved The World". – – Les Patterson Saves The World. How'm I Gonna Sleep".
You Saved The World - Tim Finn. Top Contributors Today.
In a better time and place the world would be listening, because these 11 songs are imbued with an understanding of and a compassion for the human condition. They are also among the least-fussily arranged of Finn's curlicue career. Tim Finn has become almost notorious for completely overhauling his sound between solo albums, so "Feeding The Gods" was a bit of a shock - this is, more or less, the same sound style he embraced with his previous album, "Say It Is So," teaming up with many of the same session players and producer Jay Joyce.
Tim Finn on the mood of, The View Is Worth The Climb, Auckland 2011. Tim Finn stands barefoot at the studio microphone. There’s a music stand within arm’s reach and a holy picture sits next to a lyric sheet. The studio is littered with old analogue gear and reels of fresh tape. For Finn, the magic has been happening over a long period: across generations, beyond horizons and around the world. One of the new century’s great classicists, Finn has a formidable reputation as a singer and songwriter. Now he’s returned with a new solo album, The View Is Worth The Climb. Jacquire King’s credentials are almost as equally impressive.
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