Herbs - Sensitive To A Smile FLAC album
In 1987 iconic NZ reggae band Herbs broke with tradition and conventional wisdom, deciding to travel to Ruatoria to officially release their Sensitive To A Smile album. This rare footage, shot in the local marae, features the late and incomparable Charlie Tumahai on lead vocals and includes the fabulous Willie Hona on guitar.
Herbs – Sensitive To a Smile. Label: Warrior – CD WAR 2008.
Sensitive to a Smile is a 1987 album by New Zealand reggae band Herbs It reached number 10 and spent 30 weeks in the New Zealand album chart and was awarded.
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Sensitive to a Smile is a 1987 album by New Zealand reggae band Herbs. It reached number 10 and spent 30 weeks in the New Zealand album chart and was awarded Album of the Year at the 1987 New Zealand Music Awards. The album included the four singles "Sensitive to a Smile", "Rust In Dust", "Listen" and "No Nukes (The Second Letter)", all of which charted
Sensitive to a Smile" is a single from the New Zealand reggae band Herbs from the album of the same name. The single charted at in New Zealand. Sensitive to a Smile" was written by Dilworth Karaka and Charlie Tumahai with American poet Todd Casella, who had moved to New Zealand and was a fan of the band. Karaka calls it "very much a family song".
Sensitive to a Smile is a 1987 album by New Zealand reggae band Herbs. The album included the four singles "Sensitive to a Smile", "Rust In Dust", "Listen" and "No Nukes (The Second Letter)", all of which charted. Sensitive to a Smile was re-released digitally. The single re-entered the New Zealand chart in February 2014 at number 30, the song was released as a charity single, with proceeds benefiting the violence-free parenting advocacy charity Mana Ririki.
Herbs - Sensitive to a Smile Songtext. There comes a time in everyone's life No room for distrust, no room for hate Open up your heart, don't look away Quality in life that's hard to find Like a child with an open mind Tenderness, sensitive to a smile Beautiful children have come into my life Beautiful people, oh young and bright Beautiful children, longing for life Worldly. people, take away the night
Lyrics for Sensitive to a Smile by Herbs. There comes a time in everyone's life No room for distrust, no room for hate Open up your.
NZEDGE Video Music The Herbs: Sensitive To A Smile. The Herbs: Sensitive To A Smile. The music video for Sensitive To A Smile by New Zealand band, The Herbs. Sophie Mashlan – Things I Don’t Mean – Sofar Wellington.
Sensitive to a Smile - Herbs visited the troubled East Coast town of Ruatoria in 1987, bringing music and aroha. They left with a documentary and this music video, which shows the band meeting and performing for the locals. Both The Power of Music and the music video were co-directed by Lee Tamahori (Once Were Warriors ) - in one of his earliest turns as director -and cinematographer John Day (Room that Echoes). The ode to love and harmony was judged Best Music Video at the 1987 New Zealand Music Awards. 1987 New Zealand Music Awards Best Music Video Album of the Year: Sensitive to a Smile.
|Travellin In Style|
|No Nukes (The Second Letter To France)|
|Sunshine At Night|
|Sensitive To A Smile|
|Rust In Dust|
|Station Of Love|
|Pay The Man|
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|CD WAR 2008||Herbs||Sensitive To a Smile (CD, Album)||Warrior||CD WAR 2008||New Zealand||1987|
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