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Rangi Parker

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Rangi Parker was from Porirua, Wellington. She had previously been with the Gaynotes and the Shevelles, before going solo.

She released her first single for HMV in 1972. It was “Everyday Is Sunday”/”Turn Around And Love Me”. The single received considerable airplay and “Everyday Is Sunday” made it to the finals of the 1972 Loxene Gold Disc Awards. Her only other single, also for HMV, was “He’s Not There”/”Give Your Love To Me” in 1973.

Grateful acknowledgement is made to Bruce Sergent for letting us use this material from his great discographical site New Zealand Music of the 60’s, 70’s and a bit of 80’s.


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