Say No More (Tartar SLC-105) 1972 R3
Rebirth (Tartar SLC-118) 1973 R2
Say No More / Rebirth (Kiwi-Pacific SLC-105) 2019 CD re-issue
'The Raven And The Nightingale'/ 'Lady Wakes Up' (PS) (Tartar TR 001) 1972
'If You Gotta Go (Go Now)'/ (Just Like) Tom Thumb's Blues' (Marilyn Bennett with Robbie Laven & Tamburlaine) (Tartar TR 002) 1972
'The Reaper'/ 'Up Against The Wall' (PS) (Tartar TR 004) 1972
'Sunny Side'/ 'Lady Wakes Up' (PS) (Tartar TR 006) 1973
Denis Leong - guitar, vocals , bass, percussion, piano
Simon Morris - bass, guitar, mandolin, recorder, vocals
Steve Robinson - guitar, vocals , percussion, piano, harmonica
Rob Winch - guitar, vocals
Mark Hansen - drums, vocals
Say No More: Ingrid Culliford: Flute extraordinaire on ‘Lady Wakes Up’, Bill Lake: mandolin; Julie Needham: fiddle on ‘The Raven and the Nightingale’, Alan Galbraith vocals on ‘Saffron Lady’. Ingrid Culliford: flute and strings; Nicola Murphy, John Fryson, Ken Wiltshire: strings on ‘Rainy City Memoirs’. ‘The Flame of Thoriman’: Mike Fullaton: drums; Vocals (in order of appearance): Denis, Lindy, Simon (lead), Steve (lead in 'Long Ago'). Special thanks to Alan Park on Bells & John Hannan for Organ Settings! Engineer Frank Douglas. Cover photo: Ian Munro. Inside photos: Vickram Singh. Cover design and art: January Productions. Alan Galbraith production.
Rebirth: Electric, lead, rhythm and bass guitars; 12-string and 6-string acoustic guitars; mandolin; recorders; harpsichord; piano; Hammond organ; tabla; drums and percussion. Paul Trenwith played banjo on ‘Take Your Time’. Colleen Trenwith played violin on ‘All in the Way’. Back cover photography: John Miller. Front and back cover design: Denys Watkins. Recording engineer: Frank Douglas. Masters: Larry Elliot. Production: John Ruffell and Tamburlaine.
National Banjo Pickers’ Convention - Hamilton 1970 (tracks ‘There’s Something Wrong’ & ‘The Only Living Boy in New York’ - performance credited to The Tamburlain) (Kiwi SLC 91) 1970
Song of a Young Country: New Zealand Folksongs (tracks ‘Blood Red Roses’, ‘Wakamarina’, ‘Murderer’s Rock’) (Kiwi SLC 101/102) 1972