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Urlich moved to Sydney in to pursue her singing career. Urlich has been successful trans- Tasmanselling overalbums Gonna Make You Mine (Live) - Margaret Urlich - All For The Love her career, ranking her as one of New Zealand's most successful recording artists.
She is the cousin of fellow New Zealand singer Peter Urlich. Peking Man won the Shazam! Urlich moved to Australia during the late s and released her solo debut album Safety In Numbers in The album peaked at No.
Urlich made history when she became the first solo female artist from New Zealand to land a number-one hit in the official New Zealand Music Charts. Escaping stayed at number one for three weeks, and remained in the charts for 19 weeks. In Urlich, previously mostly unknown outside of New Zealand, provided backing vocals on a track for Australian artist Daryl Braithwaiteon his second La Paloma Azul (The Blue Dove) - The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Bravo!
Brubeck! Risewhich released late Urlich chose not to appear in Braithwaite's film clip as she had just released Safety in Numbers and was working hard to establish herself as a solo artist. By mid-year, Urlich and Smith had entered Sydney's Studios to record their two songs, plus a third track written by Smith and Barry Blue.
The same team had been responsible for two of the best tracks on Safety in Numbers " Escaping " and "Guilty People"and their latest offering " Boy in the Moon ", proved pivotal to the sound of the new album. Other tracks were collected by travelling all over the world. First Urlich went to London to co-write with celebrated writers like Rob Fisher with whom she wrote the album's title track Chameleon Dreams.
She returned to London again, where she co-wrote a number of songs with Simon Law and Tony Swain before completing the project with three tracks produced by Swain. She attended the awards ceremony and performed "Love Train". She and Smith co-wrote all but two of the tracks on the album.
The Deepest Blue was released in August but failed to have the same impact as Sultry - Various - Suspense & Tension previous two albums, only reaching No.
Inher contract with Sony Music having expired, she moved to the Southern Highlands of New South Wales where she set up home and a new recording studio with her partner. Here she produced her fourth album, Second Naturea recording project produced by Eddie Rayner from Split Enz that was recorded on and off over 12 months and involved musicians from Australia and New Zealand.
The album comprised cover versions of some of Urlich's favourite NZ songs that she grew up with. The album was released in New Zealand in and reached No. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Margaret Urlich. Archived from the original on 25 February Retrieved Gonna Make You Mine (Live) - Margaret Urlich - All For The Love March Hung Medien. Retrieved 25 October Retrieved 27 May Top peaks to December Ryan, Gavin Australia's Music Charts — pdf ed.
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