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Tahora Music Festival
2005 - 2006

"30th Tahora"

December 27 - January 2, Omapu Station, Tahora

Our very own Carol has released an album!

READ THE ROAD SIGNS - CAROL BEAN

Recorded at Robbie Duncan’s Braeburn Studio in Wellington, Read the
Road Signs is Carol (Langton) Bean’s debut album of original tunes.
Normally Carol fronts the Wellington band Blue Highways. On this album
Carol’s bluesy voice and various guitar styles are supported by a line up of
fine musicians including Steve Cournane on drums and Clinton Brown on
bass. Michael Petrie, Tahora’s own Mark Laurent, and Ray Ahipene-Mercer
(from Blue Highways) lend their superb talent and virtuosity on
guitars. Blair Latham takes the smokey honours for his saxophone playing along
with the classic keyboard sound of Bob Smith. Richard Klein from the
Ar-Kay Cajun Band and Blue Highways, plays fiddle on a slow and brooding
number while at the other end of the spectrum Lester Mundell (Blue
Highways) and John Broadbent play duelling harmonicas on a bopping dance
tune. Added to the mix are two songs with the Celtic sounds of Paddy
Burgin on his Weisenborn slide guitar and mandolin, Ruairidh Morrison on
pipes and fiddle, and Bernard Wells on banjo.
The CD is availble from Real Groovy and Slow Boat Records in
Wellington. Also soon from the website- www.carolbean.com

Photos from previous years:
http://www.MichealYoung.com/musicFestivals.htm

Contact:
Email Tahora Webmaster

Photos by Carol Bean

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