×
Larry Killip public
[search 0]
×
Best Larry Killip podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Larry Killip podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
Join millions of Player FM users today to get news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the free podcast app that refuses to compromise. Let's play!
Join the world's best podcast app to manage your favorite shows online and play them offline on our Android and iOS apps. It's free and easy!
More
show episodes
 
Larry Killip is a songwriter artist from New Zealand,Larry writes and produces his own unique style of retro pop/rock.
 
Loading …
show series
 
Larry Killip talks candidly about his album "When I Was A Boy". A brief talk through each song. "When I Was A Boy" released by GAP records in the UK is available on iTunes/Amazon/7Digital and many others. Just search "Larry Killip". When I Was A Boy - Review "In an age of formulaic pop devoid of melody and intelligent lyrics Killip goes against the…
 
Transcribed from a 1950s broadcast acetate disc, an interview with Luthier Mr Zettwitz of Auckland New Zealand. Introduction by Larry Killip
 
The Dallas Four were a four piece band working Auckland New Zealand night clubs in the 1960's. Well known for their close harmonies and polished sound. Larry Killip talks to Drummer and vocalist Jim Ford plus Keyboard and vocalist Graham Gill about their days in the Dallas Four.Iced Tea commercial at the front was broadcast on NZ pirate radio stati…
 
Larry Killip talks to Shade Smith, songwriter/vocalist/guitarist from New Zealand band The Rumour. The Rumour had several big Shade Smith hits in NZ back in the 1970's, "L'Amour Est L'enfant DeLa Liberte", and "Holy Morning" to mention two. Shade also wrote "Sunshine through A Prism", a big hit for NZ singer "Suzanne", formerly of The Chicks. Here …
 
Larry Killip talks about his album When I Was A Boy, Larry features four songs from the album and sings the first line of each song live in the podcast studio then blends in the recorded version.. ‘When I Was A Boy’ is a real throwback to good old fashioned “pop” – each song is a pure gem – great pop tracks which you will love the minute you hear t…
 
During the 1960's and 70's the South Island of New Zealand had it's own music thing going down, bands like Chapta and Link were major players in those formative years. Dave Kennedy, with his unique vocal style and musical input had a big part in shaping the destiny of both these bands. Larry Killip, a bit of an old rocker himself, talked to Dave in…
 
Larry Killip chats with Judy Hindman (nee Donaldson) from New Zealand 1960s pop duo "The Chicks". Insights into the times and what it was like to be rising pop stars in New Zealand at a very young age back then. 15mins duration.
 
A candid talk through of the song "Waterfall" by Larry Killip, Larry is an independant artist from New Zealand.
 
Larry Killip talks about his song Wella Wella Wella Bella from his new album Never Going Back. Larry is a songwriter producer from New Zealand and writes Melodic Rock/Pop with retro flavours.
 
Larry Killip talks about his song "Then there Was You" from his album "Good To Getaway". Larry discusses the process of writing the song and talks about changes he nearly made to the detriment of the track. Larry sings snippets of the song live, the podcast finishes with a full stream of the finished recorded version. Hear/buy this song at www.cdba…
 
This is a brief chat about my song "I wanna Be Free' which reached number 1 on Cashbox Magazine Pop picks Indie charts feb 2008. I play some riffs from the song on my Les Paul Gold Top, and generally chat about how the song was put together. See the video on Youtube (search "larry killip").
 
Just rambling on my acousitc guitar, an old epiphone blonde I bought in the 70's. Rough as, just scatting.Larry
 
My first podcast...albeit with laryngitis!! This is a brief chat about my song "Never Going Back", I play the guitar, and discuss that the song is about my mother leaving home when i was very young.Here's the page for my album: www.lkmusic.co.nz/ngb.htm
 
Google login Twitter login Classic login