recordings, live performances and videos.
The Queen's March recorded live at Holy Trinity church in New Plymouth NZ May 2018.
Recorded to capture the acoustics and vibe in one of New Zealand's oldest wooden churches. Music by Juliet McLean with Rob Ju, Hamish Cameron and Richie Isaacs. Video produced by artist Che Rogers.
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The Dance EP is Juliet McLean's debut EP featuring a variety of genres from jazz to country.
The Dance was recorded and co-produced with Dave Carnahan out of New Plymouth’s King Street Studios. It features mainly local musicians as well as cover artwork by her father, Taranaki artist John Mclean. Released January 23, 2016.
1  Free  3:07
2  The Dance  4:24
3  From This Place  3:59
4  We Girls  3:24
5  Rain  3:25
6  Lullaby For Flowers  3:39
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Figured It Out is an independent single released in 2017.
An intimate recording done in the basement of a local piano shop on a Werthiem grand. The northerly wind had blown the seagulls in off the Tasman sea and they too were captured in the original mix. Written and performed by Juliet McLean, recorded by Graeme Woller. Released August 1, 2017.
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Te Henui Sound Session is recorded live at the Holy Trinity church in New Plymouth NZ.
A live recording with Juliet McLean and The Navigators. Featuring Rob Ju, Hamish Cameron, Richie Isaacs.
Recorded by Graeme Woller.
Mastered by Mike Gibson
Dreaming Of Elsewhere  5:02
2  Somebody's Sweetheart  3:26
3  The Queen's March  3:50
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Watch The Queen's March from Te Henui Sound Session.
Live at the 4th Wall is a live performance recorded on video.
Snapshots of a performance at The 4th Wall Theatre, New Plymouth NZ in 2016. Music by Juliet McLean with Rob Ju, Hamish Cameron, Matt Herrett and featuring Urs Signer on clarinet blowing the house down. Video by Ken Davies, live sound Brett Carter, mixed by Dave Carnahan. Watch below or on YouTube.
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