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Various - 1970 Loxene Golden Disc Award - Top Twelve album mp3

  • Performer: Various
  • Genre: Rock / Pop
  • Title: 1970 Loxene Golden Disc Award - Top Twelve
  • Released: 1970
  • Style: Pop Rock, Vocal, Ballad
  • MP3 version size: 1470 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1510 mb
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Description

1965 Ray Columbus and The Invaders - Till We Kissed 1966 Maria Dallas - Tumbl'in Down 1967 Mr Lee Grant - Thanks To You 1968 Allison Durbin - I Have Loved Me A Man 1969 Shane - Saint Paul 1970 Craig Scott (solo) - Lets Get A Little Sentimental 1970 Hogsnort Rupert (group) - Pretty Girl 1971 Craig Scott (solo) - Smiley 1971 Chapta (group) - Say A Prayer 1972 Suzanne. solo) - Sunshine Through A Prism 1972 Creation (group) - Carolina.

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In 1998, his version of "Today I Killed A Man I Didn't Know" was included on the Vietnam Remembered various artists compilation. Compilation album appearances. 1971 Loxene Golden Disc Award, Top Twelve. Today I Killed A Man I Didn't Know". 20 Golden Rata Award Hits. Music for Leisure RATA 1. 1973.

The Loxene Golden Disc was an annual New Zealand music award. It ran from 1965 to 1972. It was superseded by the Recording Arts Talent Awards (RATA). The awards launched in 1965 and is the forerunner of the New Zealand Music Awards.

the Loxene Golden Disc Award does not do full justice to locally produced material, it merely creates a situation annually whereby a large amount of local material is recorded, programmed and played over the NZBC network. What we want to see is a situation where locally produced material is aired 52 weeks a year and we feel it is time the NZBC acknowledged this. In 1999 the name changed to the Tui Awards. Loxene Golden Disc Award Winners 1965–72. From 1970 the awards were split into two categories: best group and best solo artist.

Vintage Kiwi Vinyl, Flipback Cover. Great Compilation Featuring New Zealand Pop & Rock Artists From 1970, Including Quincy Conserve, Craig Scott, Kal-Q-Lated Risk, Ray Columbus, The Inbetweens, Suzanne, Hogsnort Rupert & More! 1 in stock. Rare Japanese First Pressing Of Classic Rolling Stones LP - Still In Top Condition! Very Novel Die-Cut Cover With Original Inner Sleeve Featuring All The Celebrity Photos Which Due To Legal Issues Were Removed After The First Pressings. Includes 4-Page Insert With Lyrics.

loxene golden discs, loxene golden discus The Loxene Golden Disc was an annual New Zealand music award It ran from 1965 to 1972 It was superseded by the Recording Arts Talent Awards RATA. In 1965 and 1966 compilation LPs with tracks by annual finalists were released by Viking Records, with the 1970, 1971 and 1972 LPs released by HMV on behalf of the industry2. The television broadcast of the 1972 show won the 1973 Feltex Award for Best Light Entertainment3. The final Loxene Golden Disc awards were presented in 1972 In 1973 the New Zealand Federation of Phonographic Industry later named the Recording Industry Association of New Zealand created its own awards, the Recording Arts Talent Awards RATA2.

Loxene Golden Disc 1970. Loxene Golden Disc 1970. Yesterday When I Was Young. 5. Hamilton County Bluegrass Band. Viva Bobby Joe. Natural Man. Loxene Golden Disc 1970

The Loxene Golden Disc was an annual New Zealand music award. From 1970, two awards were given - one to a solo artist, the other to a group. In 1965 and 1966 compilation LPs with tracks by annual finalists were released by Viking Records, with the 1970, 1971 and 1972 LPs released by EM. .Broadcasts Last Awards. The final Loxene Golden Disc awards were presented in 1972.

Best Group is a New Zealand Music Award that honours New Zealand groups that have release an outstanding album in the previous year. For the purposes of the award, a group comprises of two or more people The award was first presented in 1970 as the Group Award as part of the Loxene Golden Disc awards, then as Recording Artist/Group of the Year as part of the Recording Arts Talent Awards.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Quincy Conserve Ride The Rain
Written-By – Bruno Laurence*
A2 The Fourmyula* Nature
Written By – Mason
A3 Suzanne* Yesterday When I Was Young
Written By – Kretzmer-Aznavour
A4 The Kal-Q-Lated Risk I'll Be Home
Written By – Williams
A5 Hamilton County Bluegrass Band Carolina On My Mind
Written By – Taylor
A6 David Curtis Wheel Of Fortune
Written By – Benjamin-Weiss
B1 The Revival Viva Bobby Joe
Written By – Grant
B2 Shane* Natural Man
Written By – Holler-Abbott
B3 The Inbetweens Boom-Sha-La-La-Lo
Written-By – Hans Pulson
B4 Ray Columbus Travelling Singing Man
Written-By – Columbus*
B5 Craig Scott Let's Get A Little Sentimental
Written By – Leander-Seago
B6 Hogsnort Rupert's Original Flagon Band* Pretty Girl
Written By – Luther

Notes

Flipback sleeve, laminated on front.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side A): LOX 1970-A #1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side B): LOX 1970-B #1