Graham Brazier - Brazier album flac
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Backing Vocals – Rohan HuntDrums, Percussion – Lyn BuchananWritten-By – G. Brazier*
Bass – Neil HannanDrums – Peter Rooda Warren*Saxophone – Walter BiancoWritten-By – G. Brazier*
Backing Vocals – Rohan HuntGuitar [Spanish] – Semona LexandoHarmonica – Graham BrazierPercussion – Jay FoulkesWritten-By – G. Brazier*
|A4||North To The South
Bass – Neil HannanDrums – Peter Rooda Warren*Percussion – Jay FoulkesSaxophone – Walter BiancoWritten-By – G. Brazier*
Drums – Lyn BuchananEffects – Rhys MoodyWritten-By – G. Brazier*
Drums – Lyn BuchananHarmonica – Graham BrazierWritten-By – G. Brazier*
Drums – Lyn BuchananWritten-By – G. Brazier*
|B3||Late Night Music
Percussion – Jay FoulkesRhythm Guitar – Graham BrazierSaxophone – Paul NairnWritten-By – G. Brazier*
|B4||Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
Percussion – Jay FoulkesWritten-By – Gerry Goffin/Carole King*
|B5||On Past The Seine
Drums – Lyn BuchananWritten-By – G. Brazier*
Bass – Neil HannanGuitar, Backing Vocals – Dave McArtneyLyrics By – TraditionalMandolin, Backing Vocals – Harry LyonWhistle – Simon AlexanderWritten-By – G. Brazier*
- Marketed By – CBS Records New Zealand
- Copyright (c) – CBS Records New Zealand
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Records New Zealand
- Recorded At – Harlequin Studios
- Backing Vocals – Alan Badger (tracks: A1, A3, A4), Margaret Urlich (tracks: A1 to A3, B4)
- Bass – Alan Badger (tracks: A1, A3, A5 to B5)
- Guitar – Gary Verberne (tracks: A1 to B5), Geoff Martin (tracks: A1 to B5)
- Keyboards – Simon Alexander (tracks: A1 to A5, B3 to B5)
- Management – Mike Corless
- Mastered By – Δ
- Photography By [Cover] – John Greenaway
- Producer – Graham Brazier
- Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Rhys Moody
- Vocals – Graham Brazier
Notes℗ and © 1987 CBS Records New Zealand
Made In Australia by a registered user of the trade marks.
|460 496-1||Graham Brazier||Brazier (LP, Album)||CBS||460 496-1||New Zealand||1987|
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Graham Philip Brazier (6 May 1952 – 4 September 2015) was a New Zealand musician and songwriter. He first came to prominence in the band Hello Sailor. After Hello Sailor, he formed a band called the Legionnaires. His childhood was fashioned seeing . Mason, Rex Fairburn, Kevin Ireland and other writers in the shop
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Brazier would have liked the James Dean reference of that last album, but he actually grew up south of Mt Eden, in the unflashy Auckland suburb of strugglers and Bible-readers, Mt Roskill. Halfway down Dominion Road, his beloved mother Christine ran a renowned, cluttered second-hand bookshop, and introduced her son to customers such as Frank Sargeson, James K Baxter and Kevin Ireland. Graham Brazier live in the late 1970s. EmbeddableItem EmbeddableItem! type Person. Graham Brazier and Hello Sailor's graphic designer, Peter Adams. Graham Brazier in the late 2000s. Dave McArtney and Graham Brazier, July 1977.
Graham Brazier, pics taken during his last ever interview. On Thursday afternoon Rodeo Records confirmed a campaign had been launched to crowdfund the secret solo album. For the two years previous to his passing, Graham had been coming into Uptown Studios weekly with producer Alan Jansson," the statement read.
Graham Brazier, Mt Eden Auckland. Fan page for those that appreciate the legendary music, anthems and poetic quips of Graham Brazier. A huge shoutout to all our supporters 750 who attended the Brazier Vinyl Release Party without you these events would not happen. Thanks and massive respect to Pete Warren our musical director for bringing all our NZ legends together to celebrate the life and music of Graham Brazier and Hello Sailor, all the musicians; The Remnants, Roodas NZ Party Boys and our support band Half Moon Baby and Alana. Our Production Managers Steve Head and Jim Rowe.
Six Piece Chamber", vinyl single, Ripper Records, 1980. Inside Out, album, Polygram, 1981. Brazier, album, CBS, 1987 (spent one week in the NZ album chart at No. 49 in February 1988). Long Gone, For Good", radio only CD single, Wildside, 2002. East of Eden, CD album, Wildside, March 2004. Reid, Graham (October 13, 2010). Interview: The Brazier still burning (2004)".
Brazier - who died in 2015 - would have marked his 65th birthday next month. But instead of hitting retirement age the celebrated musician will deliver what some consider are his best songs ever - in a posthumous album full of likely hits. Brazier was working on the album -Left Turn at Midnight - at the time of his death in September 2015. Jansson said finishing the album had been cathartic and had helped him work through the pain of losing his friend. Jansson fondly remembers nights recording with Brazier at Uptown Studio in Freeman's Bay, Auckland. Brazier referred to the old brick building by Victoria Park Market as his "church" and the pair would meet Thursdays after a "we going to church tomorrow" phone call from Brazier every Wednesday. Photos of Brazier adorn the walls of the studio and provided Jansson with encouragement.