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Caitlin Smith

Vocals for:

2006 The Dylan Storey Band ‘Bones’, Linn Lorkin ‘Kiwiana’ 2005 The Caitlin Smith Group ‘Aurere’. Formed and performed with alt.folk/country acapella harmony trio The Sextons 2004 SJD,’Southern Lights’, Lorina Harding,’Clean Break’ Richard Watt, film soundtrack to ‘Land of my Father’ with Oliver Mtukudzi and Whirimako Black, Nairobi Trio, D-Dub, Davey G and the Engines of Efficiency, BVs for Ben Lummis’s No 1 “They can’t take that away” 2003 Concord Dawn • ‘Let it Go’. Short film theme song w/ Brunettes and Don McGlashin “Sweet as Candy”, For Bob Frisbee • the Rainy Days . Featured on Journey’s, a CD released entirely of blind artists. Two tracks accompanied by Jann Rutherford 2002 Magik and Rose, Feature film Soundtrack 2001 Pitch Black, Tidemarks with Ross Mullins, Eddie Raynor ‘Play it Strange’ • ‘Letting Go’ 2000 The Fondue Set CD ‘In a Blue Vein” ‘Read about it’ Books in Homes theme song with Toi Iti written by Dave Dobbyn and Jan Hellreigel 1999 The Fondue Set CD ‘Stick a Fork in it”

Television Appearances •

Artsville • May 2006, The Caitlin Smith Group, Video for ‘Held like a baby’

National Anthem • May 30 2004 , ‘Brother’ and ‘Aurere’

The Big Night In • Performed with The Fondue Set, With Pio and two songs solo with piano ‘Old Man River’ and ‘Without you’ (original)

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Primary Instrument

Voice / vocals

Location

Auckland

Willing to teach

Advanced only

Albums

Album Aurere by Caitlin Smith

Aurere

Unknown label
2004

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