14:50 A California doctor has been found guilty of writing prescriptions for 1.7 million doses of powerful painkillers in a single year

12:09 Wellington's Quentin Rew's underway in punishing 50K road walk at World Championships in Beijing - pushing for place at next year's Olympics

12:07 All Blacks selectors deciding whether to gamble on 2 halfbacks in their World Cup squad of 31 players. It's a ploy adopted by the Wallabies.

12:06 It's hoped a tropical storm set to hit the American state of Florida will weaken before making landfall.

12:05 Ban Ki Moo who heads the United Nations is appealing for all governments dealing with the refugee crisis in Europe to act with humanity.

Sun, 01 Apr 2012

Darondo, "Listen to my Song, the Music City Session" New Music Review with Grant Smithies

William Pulliam, who performed in the 70s under the name Darondo, was a funk and soul singer who sounded like a combination of Ronald Isley and Al Green. Listen to my song, the Music City Sessions, A lost album of demo's from the 1970's, New Music reviewer Grant Smithies

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