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C5.2.1 Pop/Rock Bands Abel Tasmans Ardijah Blam Blam Blam Crowded House Dance Exponents DD Smash Dragon Father Time Hello Sailor Herbs Jean Paul Satre Experience Mi Sex Netherworld Dancing Toys Ragnarok Screaming Mee Mees Sheerlux Shona Laing Space Waltz Split Enz Suburban Reptiles Tall Dwarfs The Bats The Body Electric The Chills The Dudes The Enemy The Exponents The Front Lawn The Johnnies The Mockers The Muttonbirds The Narcs The Residents The Swingers The Verlaines Thin Red Line Toy Love etc. etc. etc. etc. etc. For NZ bands & so on, here are some good starting points. Jonathan Milne's pages: http://www.vuw.ac.nz/~jonathan/usemus_t.html Simon Dear's pages: http://www.sanger.ac.uk/~sd/kiwimusic/WEBSITES Akiko: http://nz.com/NZ/Culture/Music/MainPage.html And: http://url.co.nz/arts/nzarts.html which includes as many NZ music web sites as we (incl. Raewyn Whyte) knew about this morning... -------------------- C5.2.2 Blues Midge Marsden -------------------- C5.2.3 Country The Warratahs -------------------- C5.2.4 Classical Michael Houston Dame Kiri te Kanawa Lili Kraus Douglas Lilburn Noel Mangin Dame Malvina Major Donald McIntyre Oscar Natzke (sp?) A WWW page of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra is now available: http://www.nzso.co.nz/ Dale Gold adds: "We will soon have a new URL on our own virtual server, as well as a mirror on Akiko to speed things up for overseas users. More audio is in the works, and much of it will have a NZ slant, although it won't all be human... :-)"