1959 - 1962

The Audion label was founded in 1959 by two students from Auckland University. They did the recordings and then the records were produced by HMV in Wellington. The label produced around a dozen records before disappearing in 1962.



A-1          1959

Clyde Scott with the Zanyopolis

A: Gravedigger's Rock

Ron Maxman and the Martians

B: Cool 'N' Crazy


A-2          1959

Clyde Scott and the Clansmen

A: Bluebird
Treasure Of Love


A-3          1960

Red Hewett & The Buccaneers

A: Pretend
B: Some Day (You'll Want Me To Want You)


A-4          1960

Red Hewett & The Buccaneers

A: Robbin' The Cradle
B: D.J. Blues


A-5          1960

Red Hewett & The Buccaneers

A: Tennessee Waltz
B: I Believe


A-6          1960

Cole Dwyer Quartet

A: Fiftynine
B: Sixty


A-7          1960

Ian Watkins and Reg Morgan with the Flamingoes

A: He'll Have To Go
B: She'll Have To Stay


A-8          1960

Owen Griffiths and the Rockettes

A: Dreamin'
B: Joey's Song


A-9          1961

Peter Lotis with Art Heathlie and His Orchestra

A: Doo Dah
B: You're Singing Our Love Song To Somebody Else


A-51          1961

The Rhythmaires

A: Caravan
B: Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White


A-52          1961

Johnny and Freddy And The Rhythmaires

A: Cathy's Clown

Johnny Ross And The Rhythmaires

Forty Winks Away



A-53          May Not Exist


A-54          1961

Johnny Ross And The Rhythmaires

A: So Sad
B: Woman From Liberia



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