Wired For Sound: the Stebbing History of NZ Music

Author(s): Grant Gillanders, Robyn Welsh

Music

For the first time ever, discover the story behind the Stebbing recording legacy. From pioneering violins and 78 records, to the singers, songwriters, engineers and producers who have graced Stebbing's famous three recording studios. Come inside the mid-1960s Galaxie nightclub, the evolution of the Zodiac record label and the Stebbing family's fearless response to industry politics, changing technologies and financial risk. This is the untold Stebbing story of resilience, enterprise and an ancestral restless spirit has underpinned the Stebbing family's generational legacy, from the pioneering days of recording in New Zealand to the digital age. Against a backdrop of New Zealand's vibrant social history, this 75-year-long story is about the bands, the artists, the singers, the songwriters, the engineers and the technical know-how that is uniquely Stebbings. Richly-told and lavishly illustrated, this warts-and-all nostalgic read is told through the artists, the musicians, the bands, the songwriters, the engineers and the wider Stebbing family itself.

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General Fields

  • : 9781988538112
  • : David Bateman Limited, New Zealand
  • : David Bateman Limited, New Zealand
  • : November 2019
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 348
  • : Grant Gillanders, Robyn Welsh
  • : Hardback