Wednesday, May 18, 2011
One Way Love Affair/Steal Him Away
Kim has been Queensland's most awarded female entertainer for over 15 years.
She has appeared at 2 Royal Command performances and on every major television program throughout Australia. She released 4 singles and a 12" on the Infinity lable in the late 70's. She also released a single and an album for Sundown Records in Queensland. The single being "Love You Brisbane"the song was used in a popular promotion for Brisbane BTQ7 she also recorded a simmilar promotion for Perth called believe it or not "Love You Perth". Kim also sang the title for "The Henderson Kids" which ran on Network Ten in the Eighties.
Infinity K-7458 Givin' Up On Love /Lift Me (1979)
Infinity K-7655 Do Love Me Do /Are You Cuckoo? (1979)
Infinity K-7979 Holding Out For Love /Somewhere Between (1978)
Infinity K-8125 One Way Love Affair/Steal Him Away (1980)
Infinity X13028 Givin' Up On Love (Extended Version)/Givin' Up On Love /Lift Me 12", WHITE VINYL (1979 )
Sundown SUN 0047 Love You Brisbane / Taking the Easy Way Out (1983)
Sundown SUN 0063 Kim Durant – Take You're Time (With Me) Album
Kim Durant - TWO HEARTS 1985. (From tv series "THE HENDERSON KIDS").
Howlin' At The Moon/Turn Up Your Radio/Bedtime Girl/Birth Of The Beat/Because I Love You/Blues Medley (Spoonful,Tobacco Road,I'm a Man,Crossroads)/Highway 61 Revisited/Future Of Our Nation
In the early 1980s there was a revival of interest in The Masters Apprentices due partly to rock historian Glenn A. Baker, who featured the band for his Rock & Roll Trivia Show on Sydney radio's Triple J, which in turn led to the release of a definitive compilation LP, Hands of Time by Baker's Raven Records in 1981. The classic Burgess, Ford, Keays and Wheatley lineup reformed in August 1987 for a "Back to the 1960s" special on the popular TV variety show Hey Hey It's Saturday. It marked the first time all four had played together since Wheatley had left in late 1971. They undertook a reunion tour during 1988 and released an album, Do What You Wanna Do, (is it really that long ago) featuring new material and new versions of their earlier songs, from which they lifted the single "Birth of the Beat". The perennial "Because I Love You" also gained new prominence around that time via its use in a series of advertisements for a well-known brand of jeans; the revamped version of "Because I Love You" peaked at #30 on the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Singles Charts.