- The Exponents – Like She Said (1994)/ Nameless Girl (1992)
- Blerta - Dance All Around The World (1972)/ Joy Joy (1972)
- Dragon – Young Years (1989)/ Rain (1984)
- John Hanlon - Higher Trails (1975)/ Wind Songs (1975)
- Crowded House - Private Universe (1994)/ Weather With You (1991)
- Split Enz - Six Months In A Leaky Boat (1982)/ Split Ends - One Two Nine (1973)
- Max Merritt and The Meteors - Slippin’ Away (1976)/ Let it Slide (1976)
- Headband - The Laws Must Change (1971)/ Good Morning Mr Rock N Roll (1971)
- Citizen Band - My Pohutakawa (1978)/ The Ladder Song (1978)
Super because Geoff and Mike were from the Enz; Clark and Eccles were from Space Waltz.
I can't remember if I formed an attachment to CB via collecting discs on the Mandrill Records label or after hearing the I Feel Good single which has Good Morning Citizen AND My Pohutakawa on the B side. Or maybe it was the Citizen Band live at Westlake Girls' cassette that Greg or Kevy gave me (not sure who it was - both had an attachment to CB; Greg might remember - he's younger than me and has a much sharper memory. I believe he even belonged to the CB fan club but that could be just idle speculation).
However way it happened - it happened and we all fell for the Brent Eccles Muldoon impressions, the twangy guitar of Greg Clark, the gifted Geoff Chunn songs and the humour from Mike Chunn.
All came together on their first album in particular and on this early single mentioned above (the redone LP version of My Pohutakawa does not improve on the single version in my humble opinion).
The band flamed out after two studio albums and a dull live album. If they'd asked I would have supplied the Live At Westlake Girls' tape - now that one had the goods!
[Sorry - nothing on youtube for either of these two songs.]