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The Mutton Birds - Ngaire mp3 album

  • Performer: The Mutton Birds
  • Title: Ngaire
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: 1994
  • Style: Pop Rock
  • MP3 album: 1841 mb
  • FLAC album: 1764 mb
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The Mutton Birds - Ngaire mp3 album

The Mutton Birds was a band from New Zealand formed in Auckland in 1991 by Don McGlashan, Ross Burge, and David Long. All three members came into the band with experience: McGlashan came from Blam Blam Blam and The Front Lawn, guitarist Long had played in the Six Volts and Burge had played in the Spines and Sneaky Feelings. Burge was also playing in Dribbling Darts alongside the Mutton Birds.

When The Mutton Birds formed in Auckland in 1991, its members had already achieved varying degrees of recognition within the New Zealand music scene. Initially viewed as the group’s clear leader, singer-songwriter Don McGlashan was also the best-known memb. Prior to working on their third album, The Mutton Birds went into South London studio Blackwing to record a self-produced song for the Danny Elfman-scored soundtrack of upcoming Peter Jackson movie The Frighteners. The third album sported the highest recording budget of any Mutton Birds record. Virgin in the UK clearly had high hopes for the band, introducing them to some big name.

Album, 1992, Virgin Records. 3. When the Wind Comes Round.

The Mutton Birds download free and listen online. The Mutton Birds Salty My Dear. The Mutton Birds Jackie's Song. The Mutton Birds Come Around. The Mutton Birds Dominion Road. The Mutton Birds Queen's English. The Mutton Birds There's A Limit. The Mutton Birds In My Room. The Mutton Birds Trouble With You. (play). The Mutton Birds Pulled Along By Love.

The Mutton Birds singles chronology. Ngaire" (String Module Error: Match not found). She's Been Talking" (String Module Error: Match not found). She's Been Talking" 1996. Anchor Me" is a 1994 single by New Zealand rock band The Mutton Birds. The song peaked at in the New Zealand singles chart, and charted for nine weeks. The song was from the group's 1993 album Salty, with three other album tracks used on the single Songwriter Don McGlashan won the 1994 APRA Silver Scroll songwriting award for "Anchor Me", the first of his two Silver Scrolls

Album · 1993 · 14 Songs. More By The Mutton Birds. See All. Flock : The Best of the Mutton Birds.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Ngaire
Written-By – D. McGlashan*
A2 Queen's English (Annus Horribilis Mix)
Written-By – D. McGlashan*
A3 A Man And A Woman
Written-By – D. McGlashan*, H. Sinclair*
B1 Ngaire
Written-By – D. McGlashan*
B2 Queen's English (Annus Horribilis Mix)
Written-By – D. McGlashan*
B3 A Man And A Woman
Written-By – D. McGlashan*, H. Sinclair*

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  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records NZ Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Virgin Records NZ Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Shortland Street Studios
  • Mixed At – EMI Studios 301
  • Remixed At – Flower Child Studio


  • Bass, Voice – Alan Gregg
  • Drums – Ross Burge
  • Guitar, Voice – David Long , Don McGlashan
  • Mixed By – Tchad Blake
  • Producer – The Mutton Birds
  • Recorded By – Mark Ingram
  • Remix – David Long (tracks: A2, B2)


Recorded at Shortland Street Studios, Auckland - November 1993.
Mixed at 301 Studios, Sydney - March 1994.
Track 2 remixed at Flower Child Studio, Auckland

Programme repeats on Side 2

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