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He recalls his struggle to come to terms with making Māori music, and takes one last hikoi to the East Coast — where he wrote ‘Poi-E’ with the late Ngoi Pēwhairangi.gives warm-spirited context to the song that has been the soundtrack to countless back lawn crate parties and freezing works chains (watch the credits).It was released as the B-side of singer Engelbert Humperdinck's , and became an unlikely hit in Aotearoa with fans who have done the "dance, dance, dance ...": including Dalvanius (who discusses its "pop-schlock" charms), Bunny Walters, The Topp Twins, and a special group of ten guitarists.The documentary also explores why "the national anthem of Patea" is so appealing to Māori. Screened in 2005, the interview-based show featured episodes devoted to the Finn Brothers, Dave Dobbyn, Bic Runga, Anika Moa, Shihad and Che Fu. Bic's career is a remarkable one: from early work ('You', Silver Scroll winner 'Drive' and globe-spanning single 'Sway') to later musical collaborations ('Winning Arrow', 'Tiny Little Piece of My Heart').The hour-long programmes were based around an extended interview with each artist, intercut with music videos and other performance material— all held together with a well-scripted narration by researcher/ interviewer/ director Jane Yee. Check out other sides of Bic (which is pronounced 'Bec') in this Spotlight: including more beautiful songs, an extended was a key forerunner of the late 1990s reality television explosion.
Videos were a staple but artist interviews also featured and the show staged a number of televised concerts featuring leading local artists.They offer intimate performances of classic songs and heartfelt advice on subjects including songwriting, recording techniques, technology and the music industry.With Split Enz, Crowded House and time as a solo artist, Neil Finn is one of our most celebrated singer-songwriters.Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe lauds the 'fullas' and Mu explains whanau to German journos.
This Spotlight collection offers the chance to sample music festival options from years gone by, as campers descend on fields from Swanson to Ngaruawahia in TV specials about classic Kiwi festivals Redwood, Nambassa, Sweetwaters (19) and the Big Day Out (1999).Instead the show was sold to a Nashville cable TV network, in a New Zealand first; was NZ’s premier TV pop show.