Christine Smith Profile

Roi Colbert
16 Aug 2015

In the mid to late 1960s, the cool music on a New Zealand university campus was folk. Pop and rock thrived in the city and was all over the radio, but the music that really drew the crowds at university was folk.

It attracted the cool and the weird, the long-haired, the bare-footed, the ones who seemed to be ahead of the loop in all things political and artistic.

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A 1970 7-inch EP released by Master 
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Dave Jordan's Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind was the B-side of Christine Smith's second Master single, Go-Go Girl, in 1969
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Christine Smith in 1974. Taken in Studio 4 in Gloucester Street, Christchurch, during one of her many TV performances.
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Christine Smith at the Mayfair Theatre, Dunedin, May 1972
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Cover art for the 1971 Philips album Lady, with photography by renowned Christchurch photographer Euan Sarginson. By late the following year the album had been withdrawn, the artwork replaced, and renamed Country Lady. 
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Christine Smith on the cover of Marbeck's December 1968 new releases pamphlet 
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Christine Smith and Phil Garland at The Gore Folk Club
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Christine Smith
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Christine Smith (with guitar) chats with Hamilton County Bluegrass Band fiddler Colleen Trenwith between takes on the NZBC show Country Road, 1973. 
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Issued in 1971, The Best Of Christine Smith gathered together her Master singles and EP
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The 1972 single Blossom, a James Taylor song, was produced by Bruce Lynch
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