Vermillion Cellars - Dragon (5) - Scented Gardens For The Blind (CD, Album)

By several personnel changes had occurred, with Todd Hunter's younger brother Marc Hunter joining on vocals and Neil Storey on drums. Despite being New Zealand's top Album) attraction by lateneither albums nor related singles had any local chart success, and they recruited Robert Taylor ex-Mammal on guitar as they searched for a raunchier pop sound. By earlymanager Graeme Nesbitt ex-Mammalwho had obtained regular gigs and organised their first New Zealand tours, felt they should tackle the larger Australian market.

Nesbitt was unable to travel with them to Australia - he had been arrested for selling drugs. I haven't heard any of their later albums and am not in a huge hurry to collect any of them. The star of the show is keyboard player Ivan Thompson, whose neoclassical style gives interest to even the least progressive material. Todd Hunter's wandering bass style is also a major factor. The Album) link would be guitarist Ray Goodwin - there are few guitar solos, even fewer that are memorable.

Marc Hunter's personality does not yet come through very strongly on this album, except on "Going Slow" where he seems to be almost daring the listener to hate him. The standout track is "Patina", the most symphonic track, reminiscent of those bands mentioned just above with a trace of early Camel as wellwith a lengthy, complex layered arrangement with multiple changes of pace. Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. Please consider supporting us by giving monthly PayPal donations and help keep PA fast-loading and ad-free forever.

All had been in various short-lived bands in Auckland, Collins is credited with using I Ching to provide the name Dragon. By several personnel changes had occurred, with Todd Hunter's younger brother Marc Hunter joining on vocals and Neil Storey on drums.

Despite being New Zealand's top live attraction by lateneither albums nor related singles had any local chart success, and they recruited Robert Taylor ex-Mammal on guitar as they searched for a raunchier pop sound. By earlymanager Graeme Nesbitt ex-Mammalwho had obtained regular gigs and organised their first New Zealand tours, felt they should tackle the larger Australian market. Nesbitt was unable to travel with them to Australia - he had been arrested for selling drugs.

Reyne said: "I used to go and see Dragon play in the mid to late s before I even had a proper band, so it's great to be able to do this. I'm a big Dragon fan, and did tours with them when Marc was alive, and I knew him quite well.

He'd think this is a blast. But we couldn't be heard above the crowd because they were singing so loud, so now we're back doing electric shows. In MarchDragon released online albums of previously unreleased material, including live albums. Intheir single " Are You Old Enough? Members are listed in chronological order. The ARIA Music Awards is an annual awards ceremony that recognises excellence, innovation, and achievement across all genres of Australian music. They commenced in Dragon were inducted into the Hall of Fame in The King of Pop award started in and ran through to Her first success came with New Zealand band The Crocodiles, who had a top 20 hit single with "Tears".

Re-locating to Sydney in Februaryshe was a backing vocalist for various groups and formed a trio, QED, in Todd Stuart Hunter is a New Zealand musician and composer known for his involvement in the band Dragon. Incarnations is the tenth studio album by New Zealand-Australian band, Dragon.

The album was released in It was their final studio album for eleven years, their last before their second split in and their last to feature Marc Hunter before his death in Marc Alexander Hunter was a New Zealand rock and pop singer, songwriter and record producer.

He was the lead vocalist of Dragon, a band formed by his older brother, Todd Hunter, in Auckland in January They relocated to Sydney in May He was also a member of the Party Boys in During the s Hunter developed heroin and alcohol addictions and was incarcerated at Mt Eden Prison Album) Auckland in He was recklessly outspoken and volatile on-stage.

In November during the band's American tour, supporting Johnny Winter, they performed in Dallas, Texas, where "he made some general stage observations about redneck buddies, illegal oral sex and utility trucks" and called the audience members, "faggots". Upon his return to Australia, in Februaryhe was fired from the group by Album) brother, Todd.

Sunshine is the third studio album by New Zealand-Australian rock band Dragon, it was their first album after they had relocated to Sydney in Album) The album was certified gold. The single "This Time" had been released in late Junewhich peaked at 26 on the Australian national singles charts.

The second single "Get that Jive" was the best charting peaking at 13 and the third single "Sunshine" reached Running Free is the fourth studio album by New Zealand rock band Dragon. It was produced by Peter Dawkins and was originally released in November on vinyl and re-released on CD in The album peaked at number 6 on the Australian Kent Music Report. The album was certified triple platinum in Australia. It was produced by Peter Dawkins and was released in September on vinyl and re-released on CD in The album peaked at number 3 on the Australian Kent Music Report which remains the band's highest charting album in that country.

The album was certified platinum in Australia. Snake Eyes on the Paradise Greatest Hits — is a compilation album by rock music group, Dragon, released in This is the single disc version - there is also a two-disc version called Tales from the Dark Side Greatest Hits and Choice Collectables —which has this disc plus a second disc of album tracks, live, b-sides and other rarities.

Disc one has the same track listing as Snake Eyes on the Paradise Greatest Hits —which was Album) in the same year. Disc two consists of album tracks, live, b-sides and other rarities. It was the band's first studio album since Power Play in Dragon are The Harbour Agency's hardest working band. They play almost every weekend of the year. The group was formed in Sydney in by Hirst, Moginie and original bassist Andrew James as Farm : they enlisted Garrett the following year, changed their name inand hired Rotsey a year later.

Peter Gifford served as bass player from —, with Bones Hillman then assuming the role until his death in Dragon is a New Zealand rock band which was formed in January and relocated later to Sydney, in May The group performed, and released material, under the name Hunter in Europe and the United States during Bernard Fanning is an Australian musician and singer-songwriter.

He was the lead vocalist of Queensland alternative rock band Powderfinger from its formation in to its dissolution in Age of Reason is a studio album by Australian pop singer John Farnham. It was the follow-up to his previous No. As ofit was eleven times platinum, indicating sales of overunits.

It is also critically considered one of Farnham's best albums, with the tracks "Age of Reason" and "Beyond the Call" being about the urgency for the world to wake up and solve its problems. Their debut album Day One gained them domestic success, reaching number three on the AIR Independent Album charts and spending a total of 36 consecutive weeks in the top ten. Johanna Paton Pigott is an Australian musician, singer-songwriter and screenwriter.

Her best known hit songs are Dragon's "Rain" which peaked at No. When "Age of Reason" reached the top of the charts in JulyPigott became the first Australian woman to have written a No. It was co-written with Todd Hunter. Marc Alexander Hunter was a New Zealand rock and pop singer, songwriter and record producer. He was the lead vocalist of Dragon, a band formed by his older brother, Todd Hunter, in Auckland in January They relocated to Sydney in May He was also a member of the Party Boys in During the s Hunter developed heroin and alcohol addictions and was incarcerated at Mt Eden Prison in Auckland in He was recklessly outspoken and volatile on-stage.

In November during the band's American tour, supporting Johnny Winter, they performed in Dallas, Texas, where "he made some general stage observations about redneck buddies, illegal oral sex and utility trucks" and called the audience members, "faggots".

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