Nash Chase Profile

Glen Moffatt
4 Jun 2019

Before shy 20-year-old Nash Chase was voted New Faces winner on television’s Studio One in August 1970 he had been working in the factory pressing his debut single: a version of Anthony & The Imperials’ ‘What Greater Love’.

Released earlier in the year on the independent Ode label, the 45 was part of a prize package for Chase winning first place in the Whanganui Talent Quest in 1969.

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Nash Chase
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Nash Chase - What Greater Love (Ode, 1970)
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Nash Chase - Fantasy (Columbia, 1972)
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Nash Chase interview part two
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Side one label from Nash Chase's album Handle With Care (HMV, 1972)
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Nash Chase
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Nash Chase
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Side two label from Nash Chase's Handle With Care (HMV, 1972)
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Side two label from Nash Chase's self-titled debut album, produced by Terence O'Neill-Joyce (Ode, 1970).
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Nash Chase interview part three
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Side one label from Nash Chase's self-titled debut album, produced by Terence O'Neill-Joyce (Ode, 1970).
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Cover of Nash Chase's 1970 debut album on Ode, produced by Terence O'Neill-Joyce.
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Nash Chase - Handle With Care (EMI, 1972)
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Nash Chase - Today I Killed A Man I Didn't Know (produced by Alan Galbraith, HMV, 1971)
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A Portrait of Nash Chase (Axis, 1974)
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Nash Chase - Handle With Care (EMI, 1972)
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Wellington pop singer Nash Chase and competition winner Pam McLachlan, with the soundtrack of 'Woodstock', 17 October 1970. Pam entered a competition to promote the film, and won dinner with Nash, the three-LP soundtrack, and tickets to the premiere. 
Photo credit: Evening Post Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington. Reference: EP/1970/4471/17-F
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Nash Chase interview part one
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Nash Chase - Dashing Dougie...  (Westend Records)
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Nash Chase - Pokare Kare Ana (Westend Records)
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Back cover of Nash Chase's 1970 debut album on Ode, produced by Terence O'Neill-Joyce.
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Nash Chase - Handle With Care (EMI, 1972)
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Nash Chase fan club photo, distributed by Ode c. 1970
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Ode