Sir Howard Leslie Morrison OBE (18 August 1935 – 24 September 2009) was a New Zealand entertainer. From 1964 until his death in 2009 he was one of New Zealand's leading television and concert performers. Of Māori (Te Arawa), Irish, and Scottish descent, Morrison was born to Temuera Leslie Morrison, a Māori All Black who worked for the Māori Affairs Department, and Kahurangi Morrison (née Gertrude Harete Davidson) who was known for her work in culture and entertainment.
Howard Morrison Quartet – Always. Label: La Gloria Records – GLP 623. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono. Country: New Zealand. Drink To Me With Thine Eyes. B6. That Wonderful Mother Of Mine. Howard Morrison Quartet Accompanied By The Robert Walton Trio - Always (LP, Album, Mono).
It premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival to a polarizing reception and was acquired by Magnet Releasing, set for release in the United States on December 2, 2016.
Top Songs By Sir Howard Morrison. 1. How Great Thou Art. Sir Howard Morrison. 280. 2. Hine Hine/Home Sweet Home. 11. 4. Portrait Of My Love. 8. 5. Can't Smile Without You/I Write The Songs. 6. My Mothers Eyes. 7. Where Have All The Flowers Gone.
My mother's eyes Lyrics. Back in childhood days I can remember loving caresses showered on me Mother's eyes would gaze at me so tender What was their meaning? Now I can see. One bright and guiding light That taught me wrong from right I found in my mother's eyes Those baby tales she told That road all paved in gold I found in my mother's eyes. Just like a wandering sparrow One lonely soul I walked the straight and narrow To reach my goal God's gift sent from above A real unselfish love I found in my mother's eyes.
The Howard Morrison Story was a 1960 compilation album released by Eldred Stebbing on his Stebbing label made up of the Zodiac singles and EP tracks after the band had left for La Gloria Records. Howard Morrison Quartet, from left: Noel Kingi, Wi Wharekura, Howard Morrison, Gerry Merito. Mind If We Sing? a 1962 album on La Gloria. The Howard Morrison Quartet fell out with Harry Miller early in 1963 and the run of releases stopped. EmbeddableItem EmbeddableItem! type Person.
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