31 Days in Wellington


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Title: 31 days in Wellington : the album.
Publisher: [The artists], [2016].

Zoe Elliott and Tim Vaughan-Sanders are the couple that have created 31 Days In, where they spend 31 days in one location on 31-day months – painting a new artwork each day. Last year they spent August in Barcelona, October in Western Australia and March in Wellington – Tim’s home town. The Wellington project was extended to include 31 tracks from local bands and musicians, who submitted a track which gets paired to their art for that day to raise funds for food rescue organisation Kaibosh.

Red is for the Cuba / Andrew Laking — Sojourn / Glass Vaults — Who they say you are / A Girl Named Mo — Magic cocaine / Maple Syrup — An additive identity / Shuedet — Cannibal Jack / Wellington Sea Shanty Society — Warrior / Israel Starr — Sweet kisses/Silver flowers / Fraser Ross — Together forever / The Polly Johnson Set — Eighties game in a nineties arcade / Jet Jaguar — There’s a devil creeping up on me / Finn Johansson — The drop / Chris Tse — Jack of no trades / Daniel McClelland — Chase me too / Chambres — Dance / yosh.

Seashells / Echo Beach — Battered old ship / LOST BiRD — A blow upon a bruise / Étienne de Silhouette — Ocelot / Cosimo — Los caminos de la vida / Carlos Navae — Uranus / Terror of the Deep — Universe / Kat McKenzie — Shine / Towers — Overland / Rosy Tin Teacaddy — Dead man walking / Roseneath Centennial Ragtime Band — Sun set strip / Full Moon Fiasco — Lean / French for Rabbits — When you find that love / Timothy Blackman — Binge drinking & DH Lawrence / Lake South (feat. Nadia Reid) — Desert of the real / Electric Wire Hustle — Coastline / The Andy Gibson Project.

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Last edited: 19.10.16

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    "Got a major live event you want to put on television? Ron Pledger has long been one of the first people to get on the phone. The MBE-awarded director has commanded live coverage of Sir Edmund Hillary’s funeral, Kiri Te Kanawa in concert, This is Your Life and roughly 20 Anzac Day ceremonies. His screen career also encompasses church choirs, Canadian soap operas, the infamous GOFTA awards, and the madness of Top Town. In this ScreenTalk, Pledger talks about: How the music mad saxophone player walked into his first broadcasting job, at Radio 2ZB in Wellington July 1, 1961: on location for Wellington’s first night of television Scoring a gig on Canadian-shot soap Moment of Truth  Moving into directing Golden days in the TVNZ entertainment department, where he created programmes showcasing jazz and dance Rushing around NZ for town versus town hit Top Town His take on the infamous, booze-laden Gofta Awards of 1987 The key to pulling off This is Your Life How he sets about covering major live events His biggest live gig to date: three hour epic Tomb of the Unknown Warrior Travelling the country for Praise Be Leadership lessons learned from his time in television This video was first uploaded on 31 March 2014 and is available on YouTube to embed and distribute via a Creative Commons licence." (NZ On Screen summary)


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