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Listen: The Very Best of Herbs - 2001
Warner Music New Zealand 0927419502

Karanga Ra (Miro Hawke/Dilworth Karaka)
Long Ago (Willie Hona/Tama Lundon)
Good For Life* (Rob Winch/Graham Fordyce)
On My Mind (Tama Lundon/Willie Hona)
Parihaka* Tim Finn with Herbs (Tim Finn)
Light Of The Pacific (Toni Fonoti)
Homegrown (Gordon Joll/Dilworth Karaka/Tama Lundon/Thom Nepia/Charlie Tumahai/Morrie Watene)
Till We Kissed with Ray Columbus (Barry Mann/Cynthia Weil)
E Papa (Traditional)
French Letter ’95*+ (Toni Fonoti/Spencer Fusimalohi/Dilworth Karaka)
Slice Of Heaven Dave Dobbyn with Herbs (Dave Dobbyn)
Rust In Dust++ (Dilworth Karaka/Charlie Tumahai/Willie Hona)
Sensitive To A Smile++ (Dilworth Karaka/Charlie Tumahai/Todd Casella)
Jah’s Son (Spencer Fusimalohi)
Listen (Willie Hona/Tama Lundon/Todd Casella)
No Nukes (Dilworth Karaka/Charlie Tumahai)
Nuclear Waste (Willie Hona/Tama Lundon/Rob Van De Lisdonk)
See What Love Can Do* Annie Crummer with Herbs (Jerry Lynn Williams)
Amazing Grace (Traditional)

* First appearance on a Herbs album
+ Song credited solely to Toni Fonoti on previous releases
++ Song credited to Dilworth Karaka/Charlie Tumahai on previous releases

Parihaka -1989 (Tim Finn with Herbs)
EMI Music New Zealand EMI870

Parihaka (Tim Finn)
Tim Finn - vocals
Dilworth Karaka - guitar/backing vocals
Charlie Tumahai - bass/backing vocals
Tama Lundon - keyboards/backing vocals
Morrie Watene - saxophone/backing vocals
Thom Nepia - percussion/backing vocals
Gordon Joll - drums

Produced by Tim Finn.
Co-producer and engineer: Nick Morgan.
Recorded at Airforce Studios, Auckland, New Zealand.

See What Love Can Do - 1992 (Annie Crummer featuring Herbs)
Warner Music New Zealand

See What Love Can Do (Jerry Lynn Williams)
Annie Crummer - lead vocals/backing vocals
Charlie Tumahai - lead vocals/backing vocals
Dilworth Karaka - backing vocals
Rob Winch - guitar/bass/percussion/backing vocals
Barbara Griffin - keyboards/backing vocals
Jackie Clark - backing vocals
Bob Smith - backing vocals

Produced by Nigel Stone.

Good For Life - 1994 (Herbs and Friends)
Warner Music New Zealand

Good For Life (Rob Winch/Graham Fordyce)
Charlie Tumahai - lead vocals
Dilworth Karaka - backing vocals
Tama Lundon - backing vocals
Tama Renata - backing vocals
Rob Winch - guitars/bass/programming/backing vocals
Bob Smith - keyboards
George Chisholm - horns
Brian Smith - horns
Suzanne Lynch - backing vocals
Beaver - backing vocals
Hammond Gamble - backing vocals

Produced and arranged by Rob Winch.

French Letter 1995/Kia Ora Party - 1995
Warner Music New Zealand 0630118374

French Letter 1995 (Toni Fonoti/Spencer Fuismalohi/Dilworth Karaka)
Herbs in 1995 are:
Dilworth Karaka – lead vocals and guitars
Charlie Tumahai – backing vocals and bass
Morrie Watene – saxophone
Tama Lundon – backing vocals and keyboards
Thom Nepia – backing vocals
Grant Pukeroa – drums

Guest musicians:
Tama Renata – backing vocals
Gordon Joll – drum sequencer
Glenn R. Campbell – pedal steel
Maurice Jones – piano accordion

Produced and arranged by Dilworth Karaka and Charlie Tumahai.
Co-produced by Reid Snell.
Engineered by Reid Snell, Matt and Neil at Revolver, and Martin Reynolds.
Mixed by Charlie Tumahai and Reid Snell at Revolver Studios, Auckland, New Zealand.
Executive producers: Dilworth Karaka and Jonathan Rutherford.

Kia Ora Party (Dilworth Karaka/Charlie Tumahai/Wiremu Karaitiana)
Charlie Tumahai – lead vocals
Tama Renata – guitars and backing vocals
Dilworth Karaka – guitars and backing vocals
Morrie Watene – backing vocals
Thom Nepia – backing vocals
Tama Lundon – backing vocals
Wiremu Karaitiana – programming

Produced by Wiremu Karaitiana, Charlie Tumahai and Dilworth Karaka.
Digitally mastered by Sam Negri at Pacific Sound Studios, Wellington, New Zealand.
Recorded at Muscle Music, Auckland, New Zealand.

Cover drawing by Paul Taylor.