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Whittle ,AnnieTequila Sunrise - The Best of

English born Annie Whittle was a member of the UK group ‘Wild Honey’ before deciding in her teens to move to New Zealand via Australia. This talented actress/vocalist first came to the attention of EMI in 1976, and her first single, a re-recording of the Searchers 1964 hit, ‘When You Walk In The Room’, was an immediate hit, climbing to # 18 on the top 20, remaining on the charts for 11 weeks.An album just titled ‘Annie’, was then issued with a popular track from this, Tequila Sunrise, released as her 2nd single. This song gained strong airplay & in November of 1976, peaked at # 8 on the Top 10. Annie then decided to devote more time to her other love, acting, but did return to the recording studio in 1979 to record a second album, ‘Away And Laughing’.

When You Walk In The Room
You’re A Part Of Me
I Believe I’m Gonna Love You
Tequila Sunrise
Midnite Blue
I Love You, I Honestly Love You
Run Like A Thief
Our Last Song Together
When We Go Sailing
Love Hurts
25 Words Or Less
Service Of Mine
Tumbledown Woman
Crying Time
Island In The Sun
Poor Old Rose
Don’t Lead Me On
You’re the One
I’ll Face It Without You
Bonjour Tristesse

Annie writes..."I can hardly believe that it is 25 years since these recordings were made. I was thirty...a baby, and really pretty unaware of how much faith was being put in me to come up with the goods. In fact I remember feeling a little bemused that I was standing in front of a microphone at all. I do recall feeling overawed by the astonishing calibre of the session musicians, who wandered in and out to lay down tracks, members of the N.Z.S.O. among them.

...I hope you enjoy this little wander down memory lane.

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