Collette And Sharon O'Neill - The Very Best Of mp3 album
Sharon O'Neill was born on 23rd November 1952 in Nelson and started performing locally in the late 60's on acoustic guitar. She was a self taught musician who learned to play mainly by ear. Sharon started composing at an early age, mainly by putting chords to her poetry. Alan, Sharon and Robert Palmer recently got together and wrote a song called "True Love" and this was released by Robert. After her CBS contract had expired, Polydor picked up her contract and released the "Danced In The Fire" album in 1987. If you study the lyrics of the title track, you will see exactly what happened over the previous four years. Three singles were released from the album, "Physical Favours", the title track "Danced In The Fire" and "Shock To The Heart". The collection is called "Words The Very Best Of Sharon O'Neill". Sharon's Complete Discography Sharon's Complete Song List.
The Very Best of Collette and Sharon O'Neill. The Very Best of Collette and Sharon O'Neill is a combined compilation album from New Zealand born, Australian pop singers Collette and Sharon O'Neill. It was Collette's first compilation album and O'Neill's second. The album was released on CBS Records' budget label J&B. The album received little promotion and was a commercial failure, peaking at number 366 in Australia.
The Very Best of Collette and Sharon O'Neill was released in 1991 by J&B records. It contained 8 tracks from Collette Roberts and 8 tracks from O'Neill, including the previously non-album single "Power" from 1984. In 1991, O'Neill collaborated with Robert Palmer and they wrote "True Love" together for Palmer's Don't Explain album. She also contributed vocals on that release. In 1994, O'Neill, Palmer, and Palmer's girlfriend Mary Ambrose co-wrote "Love Takes Time" for Palmer's Honey album. O'Neill contributed vocals. In 2014, Sony New Zealand released a new greatest hits collection, titled Words: The Very Best of Sharon O'Neill. The album peaked at number 6 on the New Zealand album charts. In 2018, Sharon performed a duet with Ben Ransom of Young Years, the song she co-wrote for the group Dragon.
1991 compilation album by Collette and Sharon O'Neill. The Very Best of Collette and Sharon O'Neill. Compilation album by. Collette and Sharon O'Neill. The album was released on CBS Records' budget label J&B The album was notable as it included the O'Neill track "Power", marking the first time it was included on an album.
It was Collette's first compilation album and O'Neill's second. The album was released by Polydor in August 1990, the album marks ONeills last solo studio album of new material. All the songs were written by ONeill, or co-written with t Alan Mansfield of Dragon, oNeil and Mansfield had written tracks for Dragon including Young Years for their 1989 album Bondi Road. The albums lead single, Satin Sheets, reached in Australia, the follow-up single, Poster Girl, did not chart.
Very Best Of Collette and Sharon O'Neill. Collette (Australian artist) Upside Down, Who Do You Think You Are, Ring My Bell, That's What I Like About You, Victim Of The Groove, Push, Hot House, Only You Can Do It. Sharon O'Neill Danger, Maxine, Losing You, Waiting For You, Asian Paradise, For All The Tea In China, Words, Power. J & B JB477CD (CD). SonyBMG82876727862 (CD). Original Album Classics. Contains the original albums This Heart This Song, Sharon O'Neill, Maybe and Foreign Affairs. Sony Music 88883787452 (4xCD). Words The Very Best Of.
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Sharon O'Neill won several prestigious Countdown "Best Female Vocalist" awards at the height of her career in the early - mid 1980s. She began her recording career in New Zealand in the 1970s, where she recorded her first album "This Heart This Song" and released several singles, including a duet with Jon Stevens, before moving to Australia at the turn of the new decade. The promo film-clip for "Waiting for You" was very eye-catching, and Sharon rocked it up on Countdown when she appeared to perform "Tea in China", which was chosen to represent Australia in a Japanese-based song-writing contest. It's the weakest of the three tracks representing the "Maybe" album here. This album has a great pub-rock feel, and through the lyrics of Sharon O'Neill and through her musical influences, it speaks very strongly of a certain place and time. Her voice as a writer and story-teller is very strong.
|–Collette||Who Do You Think You Are|
|–Collette||Ring My Bell|
|–Collette||That's What I Like About You|
|–Collette||Victim Of The Groove|
|–Collette||Only You Can Do It|
|–Sharon O'Neill||Losing You|
|–Sharon O'Neill||Waiting For You|
|–Sharon O'Neill||Asian Paradise|
|–Sharon O'Neill||For All The Tea In China|
|JB477CD||Collette And Sharon O'Neill||Collette And Sharon O'Neill - The Very Best Of (CD, Comp)||J & B Records||JB477CD||Australia||1992|
|JB477C||Collette And Sharon O'Neill||Collette And Sharon O'Neill - The Very Best Of (Cass, Comp)||J & B Records||JB477C||Australia||1992|