Colleen Hewett - Bulamama mp3 album
From 15 November 1971 to 22 July 1972 Hewett acted in the Australian musical theatre version of Godspell, at the Playbox Theatre, Melbourne. She recorded two versions of the show's tune, "Day by Day". The first on Godspell – Original Australian Cast had Johnny Young producing the cast album, which appeared in March 1972. The second version was produced by Ian "Molly" Meldrum and was issued as her second single, in November 1971. It peaked at No. 1 on the Go-Set charts and was certified as a gold record with shipment of over 50,000 copies
Black & White (Colleen Hewett album). Black & White is a studio album by Australian recording artist, Colleen Hewett. The album was released in The album is Hewett's first album in 14 years and sees Colleen singing genres ranging from emotional ballads, country and soulful blues tracks. Lyrically, the album features tracks dealing with family history, her ancestry and experience with domestic violence.
Colleen Hewett – Colleen Hewett. Label: Festival Records – SFL 934633, Festival Records – SFL-934633. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Backing Vocals – Colleen Hewett, Glenys Hewett, Jack (157). Cover – Danny Finley (2). Photography – Milan Roden. Producer – Ian Meldrum (tracks: A1), Johnny Young. Photography for there inner-gatefold is Colleen in her costume from "Godspell", Photo By Rob Austen (. Matrix, Runout (Side A Label ): SMX40689. Matrix, Runout (Side B Label ): SMX40690.
Colleen Hewett is the debut studio album by Australian recording artist Colleen Hewett. The album was released in October 1972 by Festival Records. In 1967 Hewett joined a vocal trio called the Creations with whom she toured Australia. In 1970 she embarked on a solo career under the management of Danny Finley who was later to become her husband. Her big break came later in the year when she won the Bandstand 1970 Best Female Newcomer of the Year award. Hewett scored a starring role in the stage production of Godspell, which opened at the Playbox Theatre in Melbourne in November 1971
Colleen Hewett (born 16 April 1950) is an Australian actress and popular singer. She is perhaps best known to international audiences for her 1984 guest role in the television series Prisoner as Sheila Brady. Born in the central Victorian city of Bendigo, Hewett began her career at the age of 12 when she sang with The Esquires at the Bendigo YMCA.
Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits album by Australian recording artist Colleen Hewett. The album was released in May 1974 by Festival Records. In 1971, Hewett was signed to Festival Records and released a number of successful singles and a self titled debut album in 1972, which peaked at number 28 on the Australian charts.
TIMELESS EP by Colleen Hewett, released 15 April 2014 1. Superstar 2. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow 3. Dreaming My Dreams With You 4. Wind Beneath My Wings 5. Day Tripper After decades in the entertainment industry, starting by singing at the local YMCA in Bendigo when she was only twelve; it is hard to believe that Colleen has recently released her first ever EP, TIMELESS. TIMELESS comes in a colourful cover, designed by Casey Finley, which opens up to show a photo of Colleen in a moment of pure joy in one of her most recent concerts. Colleen's voice has something so rare . Got it. + add. album.
|1||Even If It's Over|
|5||Night And Day|
|6||You (I Wanna Know)|
|8||Right Back To The Stars|
|9||The One (That Got Away)|
|11||Day By Day|
NotesRecorded Live At Soundhouse Studios.
Arranged By Colleen Hewett / Roger Maclachlan / M
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