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Re: Top 4 Neil Finn Solo Songs

silent stream ·
Into the sunset chameleon days white lies and alibis try whistling this / faster than light (ok, so i cheated)
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In Love With It All ·
Into the Sunset Love is Emotional Chameleon Days Driving Me Mad
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Cradle2Grave ·
1. Driving Me Mad 2. Sinner 3. Chameleon Days 4. Pony Ride Chameleon has knocked Wherever You Are down to 5th.
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Steve Shealy ·
This is going to take a LOT of thought, but I do know "She Will Have Her Way" will make the list!
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Above the Kitchen ·
Anytime She Will Have Her Way Chameleon Days Turn and Run
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Paināporo ·
1. Sinner 2. She Will Have Her Way 3. The Spirit of the Stairs 4. Dizzy Heights
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Welsh Dan ·
Identical Twin She Will Have Her Way Orange and Blue Spirit of the Stairs
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Patrick ·
1. Spirit of the stairs 2. Into the sunset 3. Sweet Secret 4. Blue Hotel
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Mariola ·
When someone has even two same songs as you, its almost a - miracle!
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Re: Top 4 Neil Finn Solo Songs

Mariola ·
Its not easy, but here it goes: 1. Chameleon Days 2. Love is Emotional 3. Identical Twin 4. Try Whistling This
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slowpogo ·
(no order) Astro Into the Sunset Faster Than Light She Will Have Her Way
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Mariola ·
4. Try Whistling This/Spirit if the Stairs. Hard to decide, and feels like cheating cause I partly consider Spirit of the Stairs as CH song, but Neil solo definitely improved it... and when I looking at it, noticed that even 2 of 5 songs wasnt even on official releases...so much about whoever choosed songs for official albums...
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Sugar Mouse ·
Wow ... this is nearly impossible but here goes in no particular order ... and I can't keep it to four songs ... sorry but I couldn't narrow it past the top ten. Songs are posted below ... 1. Lullaby Requiem (may be my favorite Neil Finn song period) 2. Guiding Star (affects me deeply every time I hear it) 3. Blue Hotel (obscure song but brilliant ... oh so brilliant) 4. Chameleon Days (the second half of the song is where it gets me) 5. Widow's Peak (goosebumps) 6. Love Is All That Remains...
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Kiwi ·
I tried but couldn’t do it... Best I can do is top 4 in no order (as I listen to his solo albums right now). Rest Of The Day Off (its almost summer here in Australia and it’s a Saturday and I’m taking today off) Last To Know (fixing lawn sprinklers and listening to my young kids playing) Last One Standing (always a personal fav of mine) Second Nature (album version) Subject to change!!!
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ginacandle ·
It has to be 5...sorry! 1. Into the Sunset 2. Flying in the Face of Love 3. Sinner 4. Chameleon Days 5. Anytime Ah...that involved quite a bit of decision making.
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Sugar Mouse ·
... if I have to narrow it down to four ... they would be ... 1. Lullaby Requiem 2. Guiding Star 3. Flying in The Face of Love 4. Chameleon Days
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Kiwi ·
Second Nature (single version)
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Kiwi ·
Changed already; SWHHW Anytime Into The Sunset Astro
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Mica ·
Hm, tricky one. So with the usual disclaimer "at the moment/subject to change": Sinner Chameleon Days Anytime She Will Have Her Way
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Cradle2Grave ·
This song didn't wow me the first time, I forgot about it for a couple of years until playing it just the other day. It's a gorgeous song. I have a love/hate relationship with the production on One Nil. This is one of the high points. "Feel like an accident waking up Under a bus with my fingers crossed Now is the time we could make it up" This part sounds amazing.
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TPMster ·
Sinner Addicted Divebomber The Climber
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Kiwi ·
Sinner (Neil’s first ever solo song I heard) I know different (Neil’s last solo song I heard) In My Blood (under appreciated song) Addicted (watched/heard Neil practice this many times at a sound check and couldn’t get it right BUT that night at the concert he hit every note)
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Re: Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

In2FINN2 ·
@Lance LaSalle Great post
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Wazymodo ·
Many thanks for this and enjoying the Steve Hoffman threads. I have a listing of “Sound of Truth” and “I can’ Stand it” from the Woodface era. Any ideas? Dylan
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Lance LaSalle ·
I've heard of "Sound of Truth": an early version of "Always Never Now." But I've never heard it. I've never heard of "I Can't Stand It." Would love to hear both of those. However, At any rate, I'm fairly certain they've never been released officially in any form and thus have been left off this list.
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Camus ·
There is a recording of Sound of Truth 'out there' but IIRC it's a recording of a playback so not the greatest recording.
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Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

Lance LaSalle ·
Although Tim Finn has no convenient Kitchen Sink collections like that which Neil Finn (and Jaffaman) have generously provided to us fans, this is a list is meant to collate various Tim Finn or Tim Finn associated songs that have been released here and there in various forms in chronological. Due to the fact that there are no deluxe editions of Tim Finn albums as there are of Crowded House, this list of odds and sods is quite a bit longer than Neil's. I've also included prominent guest spots...
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Top 4 Neil Finn Solo Songs

allthingsfinn ·
1. Astro 2. The Law Is Always On Your Side 3. King Tide 4. Second Nature
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Re: Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

Lance LaSalle ·
I've revised this slightly. 1978: They Won't Let My Girlfriend Talk To Me( demo, released on Other Enz) Remote Control (Phil Manzanera) Cuban Crisis(Phil Manzanera Hot Spot (Phil Manzanera -- vocals only) Slow Motion TV (Phil Manzanera--vocals only) Message Boy ( 1979 Split Enz B-side, later released on Rootin' Tootin' Luton Tapes) Semi-Detached (1979 B-side, later released on Rear En z and Rootin' Tootin' Luton Tapes) Hyptnotised (Split Enz, 1980 B-side, later released on Rootin' Tootin'...
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Re: Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

David Goldsmith ·
Great list Lance. Just looking at the Split Enz era tracks, you could add "Jolted" (from "Oddz & Enz") and "Murder" and "Something To Do" (both live from "I Like It Rare" series). Possibly also "Merry Christmas From The Frenz Of The Enz". Also "Hermit McDermit" (7") and "Mind Over Matter " (A&M "Frenzy") were earlier releases of Luton versions. Plenty of live versions of otherwise released tracks left off, but you may not have wanted to include these. "Another Great Divide" was...
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Lance LaSalle ·
YOu're right, I have missed those. I did deliberately leave off the live B-sides (for now). I'll probably redo this at some later point to include them. I did a list for Neil, too, and as we all know, there are so many live B-sides with Crowded House, I was a bit daunted at the work so when I feel ready to tackle that I'll do both of them.
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David Goldsmith ·
Fantastic find re "Quasimodo's Dream". That's definitely a new one for the completists. Your other titles are all from "White Cloud". Except "Family Images" and "Into This Place" don't exist as far as I know - definitely not performed as part of "White Cloud", but likely refer to some of the spoken word component. It's a tragedy that the full "White Cloud" has not been released, as well as more from the "Ladies In Black", "Twelfth Night", "Vermilion Sands", "Forenzics" and "Star Navigator"...
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Re: Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

Lance LaSalle ·
Thanks for the info re: La Donna Della Luna. I am planning to update this list soon, there are a couple of mistakes, also some of the unknown dates I had I now have dates for. And thanks for Quasimodo's Dream.
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Re: Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

Jeremy Loder ·
ForENZics will be releasing an album according to Eddie.
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Re: Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

Eski ·
Hi all, my first post here. I've been reading this subject with great interest. I love making rarities compilations for my favourite artists and recently decided to re-research Tim's rarities and update my compilation discs. Your information has been of great help. Thank you. I guess we all approach these things a little differently, my criteria is usually just to have everything where the artists vocals are prominent, and thats how I've been collating my Tim Finn discs. In doing so I have...
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Steve Shealy ·
Curious about "Quasimodo's Dream"; the other versions on youtube indicate it was a hit for the Reels. Did Tim write it? If not, odd that Tim would be doing a cover on a show where the host calls him one of the best songwriters around. Also, has anyone heard any buzz about when Forenzics may be coming out? And David, I agree that more of Tim's "projects" deserve more wide release. Not everyone can see a stage show in Australia. And the sound quality of Fiery Maze left a lot to be desired.
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Lance LaSalle ·
The sound quality is very bad; the seat-of-your-pants energy and performance makes up for it in my opinion. Id be happy with White Cloud Black Shadow of similar quality. Ladies In Black seems more a traditional musical than Fiery Maze or White Cloud... so not burning as badly for it. Star Navigator, though, would be nice.
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Byrds Talk to Me ·
I’m sure I bought Mary of the South Seas on iTunes years ago? But I can now only see two cover versions... Maybe I’m thinking of The Land Torments the Sea, but I don’t see that either.
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Re: Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

Lance LaSalle ·
Ok, here's my latest effort. I've corrected mistakes I had made and included some things I had overlooked before. I also added "Quasimodo's Dream" (even though it's unreleased, I have a few other unreleased but available curios here, as well.) STill not really complete: there are some Split Enz live rarities and demos that are on YouTube that I haven't bothered to get into here. So still a work in progress, but very close to definitive, in my opinion. I have not included songs that Tim...
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Left Hand ·
Hi @Lance LaSalle . Tim had nothing to do with 'Quasimodo's Dream' (ie writing credits). I've got The Reels album and the lyrics were all written by the lead singer David Mason. David Mason was also interviewed back in an Australian music documentary about the song and he admitted the lyrics were absolutely nonsense!! It was just nice background sounds with the synthesizer, which was all the thing back in 1981.
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Re: Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

Lance LaSalle ·
I know it is a Reels cover; Ive included it for the same reason as Ive included “The Lonely One” and “I Shall Be Released”.
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EnzEnz966 ·
Excellent list. Are there any fan made compilations that include the 12" mixes B sides and Coco cola Kid soundtrack songs?
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Re: Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

Lance LaSalle ·
Definitely. That is pretty much the only way to hear them.
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Re: Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

Lance LaSalle ·
Here's my latest update. A few corrections due to new info and a couple of additions at the end. 1975 Lovey Dovey (live, released on Oddz and Enz) Matinee Idyll (live, released on Oddz and Enz) Walking Down the Road (live, released on Oddz and Enz) Under the Wheel (live, released on Oddz and Enz) True Colours (Lets Rock) (live, released on Oddz and Enz) Nightmare Stampede (live, released on Oddz and Enz) 1977 Outa Mongolia - (demo, releaesd on he Nineez, neilfinn.com) Horse to Water (demo,...
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