Allison Durbin

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Discography of Allison Durbin:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 I Have Loved Me A Man 2 Audio 1968 His Master's Voice
2 Don't Come Any Closer 2 Audio 1968
3 Rules Of Happiness 2 Audio 1964 Zodiac
4 Baby, Without You 2 Audio 1971-11-00 His Master's Voice
5 Golden Days 2 Audio 1969 Columbia
6 Reckless Girl 11 Audio 1992 Raylan Records
7 Golden Days 2 Audio 1969 Columbia
8 Mix It Up 2 Audio 1965 Zodiac
9 I Have Loved Me A Man 12 Audio 1969 Decca
10 Bright Eyes 15 Audio 1979 Hammard
11 Shining Star 15 Audio 1980 Hammard
12 Three Times A Lady 17 Audio 1978 Hammard
13 I Have Loved Me A Man - Outakes 3 Audio Not On Label
14 Together 12 Audio His Master's Voice
15 I Have Loved Me A Man 12 Audio 1969
16 Born A Woman 18 Audio 1976 Hammard


Born in 1950 in Auckland, New Zealand, she started recording for [url=http://www.discogs.com/label/Zodiac+(NZ)]Zodiac[/url] at age 13. Five years later she had a massive crossover hit in NZ with [r=965357] which sold 30,000 copies (triple platinum in NZ terms). Moving to Australia at the end of the 60s she was named "Queen of Pop" in 1969, 70 & 71. In the mid 70s she became one of the biggest country stars in Australia, although was largely forgotten in NZ. Sadly her career later declined and she was in the news in 2007 after being jailed in a drug case in Melbourne.


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