Ruru Karaitiana Quintette - Blue Smoke / Let's Talk It Over album download
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- Distributed By – Columbus Radio Centre
- Record Company – Recording Corporation Of New Zealand
- Bass – J. McNeely*
- Guitar – G. Hall*, J. Carter*
- Musician – N. Robertson*
- Ukulele – G. Attridge*
- Vocals – Pixie Williams
- Written-By – Karaitiana*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (label A): 1/1
- Matrix / Runout (label B): 4/1
- Matrix / Runout (Etched B): T11
Blue Smoke: Beneath the Maori Moon. From Blue Smoke, 1:00 pm on 5 June 2011. Track: Hine e Hine Artist: Ana Hato Composer: Te Rangi Pai Album: Legendary Recordings 1927-1949 Catalogue Number: Kiwi Pacific CDSLC242. Track: E Puru Taitama Artist: Tahiwis Composer: Kingi Tahiwi Album: Historic 1930 Recordings Catalogue Number: Atoll A9801. Track: E Puru Taitama Artist: Epi Shalfoon’s Melody Boys Composer: Kingi Tahiwi Source: Dennis Huggard collection. Track: Come on a My House Artist: Reo Shalfoon with Epi Shalfoon Band Composer: Bagdasarian-Saroyan 78rpm disc: Tanza Z95.
Blue smoke by The Ruru Karaitiana Quintet heard on An Angel at My Table movie. Artist: The Ruru Karaitiana Quintet Music By: Karaitiana. TOP 20 Popular songs from films where this soundtrack is played. Symphony no. 6 by Csr Symphony Orchestra.
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Blue Smoke goes drifting by into the deep blue sky And when I think of home I sadly sigh Oh I can see you there with loving tears in your eyes As we fondly said our last goodbyes. The song was performed at troop concerts, and Karaitiana tried unsuccessfully to get it published in England. With the war over, Karaitana returned to New Zealand in 1947 and started the ‘Ruru Karaitiana Quintette’. In 1949, TANZA picked up ‘Blue Smoke’, and the Quintette performed it with Pixie Williams (from Mohaka ki Ahuriri) on vocals. The backing music was Hawaiian-style, a popular sound at the time
Blue smoke goes drifting by Into the deep blue sky And when I think of home I sadly sigh Oh, I can see you there with loving Tears in your eyes As we fondly said out last good byes. And as I sailed away with a lon ging to stay I promised I'd be true and to love only you Blue smoke goes drifting by Into the deep blue sky My memories of home will never die. Writer(s): RANGI KARAITIANA Lyrics powered by ww. usixmatch.
Blue Smoke" was the first single to be locally recorded and manufactured in New Zealand, backed by the song "Señorita", and was also the first release on the local TANZA label. The A-side was written by Ruru Karaitiana whilst he was on board a troop ship during World War II, and was recorded in September and October 1948 for release in February the following year by the Ruru Karaitiana Quintette (sic) with Williams on vocals. It was number one on the New Zealand charts for six weeks and sold around 50,000. copies Later life.