Bill sevesi & his islanders - song of old hawaii


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Spreading out, scattering,
then gathering, re forming,
becoming as one again

With death from exhaustion always threatening
the cry "koakoa" is the rope
that binds them together.

The flock's cry of
"Keep close together"
comes from inside throats
searching for sanctuary.

A godwit
a hovering godwit,
one single bird,
has landed on the sand bank.

It has settled over there
and others are landing beside it .

Now they have all landed here.

Not only did Zodiac record and release countless important New Zealand acts, they also provided recording facilities to many other acts that appeared on other labels, both in Eldred's basement studio at 10 Saratoga Avenue, Herne Bay, and, after 1970, in the Jervois Road, Herne Bay studio, which they still occupy. They were, with like-minded pioneers like Phil Warren and the earlier TANZA and contemporay Viking and Allied International, the beginnings of a New Zealand owned recording industry which has exploded in the decades since.


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