Gold and platinum New Zealand albums to 2013
Oriori for Ahuahukiterangi
Māori girl playing a Jew's harp, early 1900s
New Zealand's first piano
Grand Costume Concert, 1889
First night of A Moorish maid
The 'Invercargill march'
Charles Begg's music store
Te Rangi Pai recital, 1906
Talkeries store, Masterton, 1909
Ana Hato and Deane Waretini
'Beneath the Māori moon', 1936
Lauri Paddi Band, 1940
Bob Adams Jazz Band, 1922
Theo Walters and the RNZAF showband, Bougainville, 1944 (1st of 2)
'Maori Battalion marching song' (2nd of 2)
TANZA gramophone record
Lifebuoy hit parade
Stebbing Recording Company
Daphne Walker, 'Haere mai'
'Down the hall on Saturday night'
Dance at the Taita Youth Club, 1958
Johnny Cooper, 1957
Johnny Devlin jiving with Mabel Howard, 1959
The Howard Morrison Quartet, 1960
Ray Columbus and the Invaders, 1964
The Beatles tour, 1964
Mr Lee Grant, 1968 (1st of 2)
Mammal, 1973 (2nd of 2)
Shona Laing, '1905'
Split Enz, 'I see red'
Dragon, 'April sun in Cuba', 1977
The Chills, 'Heavenly pop hit', 1990
Dave Dobbyn and Herbs, 'Slice of heaven'
The Clean, 'Anything could happen'
Prince Tui Teka
Herbs, 'French letter '95'
Dalvanius Prime and Pātea Maori Club, 'Poi e'
OMC, 'How bizarre'
The Mutton Birds, 'Dominion Road', 1992 (1st of 5)
Concord Dawn, 'Broken eyes', 2006 (2nd of 5)
Anika Moa, 'In the morning', 2005 (3rd of 5)
Trinity Roots, 'Little things', 2001 (4th of 5)
The Phoenix Foundation, 'Let me die a woman', 2003 (5th of 5)
Lorde, The love club EP
Chris Bourke, 'All images and media', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/popular-music/media (accessed 3 December 2023)
Story by Chris Bourke, published 22 Oct 2014