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home about Simon Propeller Records History Propeller Singles Propeller 12"s Propeller Albums huh! Records Pt.2 Joy Records Stimulant Records Blam Blam Blam Screaming Meemees The Screaming Blam-matic Roadshow Screaming Meemees a personal memoir Where Are They The Suburban Reptiles The Suburban Reptiles First Gig The Suburban Reptiles Go West The Suburban Reptiles Go South Notes of a Suburban Reptile It's Bigger Than Both of Us Class of 81 AK79 The Zwines Family Tree Auckland Punk Bands Assorted Posters Zodiac 45s Ripper Records Pagan Records Singles Auckland Club History Auckland Club History Part Two The Box Cause Celebre A List of 12" Singles A List of 7" Singles Alan Jansson An Elvis Costello Interview from 1998 Mail Me Hemisphere Design I don’t think there’s much argument that Eldred Stebbing’s Zodiac label, which operated under that name, and then as Key, from 1957 (not 1960 as the Stebbings Studio page erroneously stated until recently - now fixed) to the early 1980s, is likely the most important record label to have set up shop in New Zealand.There was, of course, an earlier label operated by the Stebbing family under that name, which released 78s from the 1940s to the early 1950s, but this page is mostly concerned with the later, post rock'n'roll, label of the same name.Roskill, the Pacific Building in Auckland's Queen Street (where the ASB now is near Wyndham Street) and just about anywhere else Eldred could fit his Grundig recorder.They were the first New Zealand label to have an identity outside the national shores, and the first to have a number one anywhere else.Next week, I will be starting on my empennage at Synergy Air in Eugene.I plan to build the tail under adult supervision and then send it home. I'm a retired CPT from the Army, former AH-64A pilot (Go Guns! I'm currently an ER Doc so motivation isn't a problem.They were, with like-minded pioneers like Phil Warren and the earlier TANZA and contemporay Viking and Allied International, the beginnings of a New Zealand owned recording industry which has exploded in the decades since.Before Saratoga Ave recordings were done in the Stebbing home in Methuen Rd in Avondale, a hall in Mays Rd in Mt.

Remember being there when they replaced outhouse with indoor plumbing in our ward.

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