(That's 514 issues, with about 8619 articles, and over 64,000 pages).It was known for its strong emphasis on technical articles and for the lengthy editorials in each issue by its founder and publisher, Wayne Green (W2NSD).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.Eldred and brother Phil worked as partners until 1954 when they fell out and there was a very brief break until August 1957 when Eldred started releasing discs on his own.Thereafter it was Eldred, with wife Margaret, and, later, his sons who owned the labels. Not only did Zodiac record and release countless important New Zealand acts, they also provided recording facilities to many other acts that appeared on other labels, both in Eldred's basement studio at 10 Saratoga Avenue, Herne Bay, and, after 1970, in the Jervois Road, Herne Bay studio, which they still occupy.
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.
The airport is I fly from is surrounded by city in every direction.
Had this had happened during the climb-out, I may not be typing this now.
Vietnamese wives from other end of ward thought it was ok to use shower for latrine Monday, October 10, 2016 PM Dallas TX, USA Association with 24th Evac: I was blown up in the Hobo Woods in May of 1968 and was transported there Dates at 24th Evac: May 1968 Comments: Just want to Thank the nurses and Doctors that saved my life.
I had a head injury due to riding in a 21/2 ton truck and it hit a mine between trang bang and the woods we were out there with the 1st to the 27th wolfhoods....