Sharon Lea O'Neill (born 23 November 1952, Nelson, New Zealand) is a singer-songwriter and pianist from New Zealand, who had an Australasian hit single in 1983 with "Maxine" which reached No. 16 on both the Australian Kent Music Report and Recording Industry Association of New Zealand charts. Sharon O'Neill is a self taught musician who learned to play guitar by ear and started composing at an early age, by putting chords to her poetry. She began playing the acoustic guitar around Nelson in the 1960s.
Smash Palace is the first extended play by New Zealand singer and songwriter Sharon O'Neill. The EP is a soundtrack to the 1982 Roger Donaldson film, Smash Palace. This vinyl only EP has become a very sought after item by collectors of her music. The recording won "Best Film Soundtrack/Cast n" at the 1983 New Zealand Music Awards.
Sharon O'Neill was born on 23rd November 1952 in Nelson and started performing locally in the late 60's on acoustic guitar. She was a self taught musician who learned to play mainly by ear. Sharon started composing at an early age, mainly by putting chords to her poetry. In 1982 she also provided the soundtrack to Roger Donaldson's movie "Smash Palace". It was a five track extended play album. The movie itself starred Bruno Lawrence.
Smash Palace is the first extended play by Australian New Zealand singer songwriter Sharon O'Neill. 2. "Jacqui's Theme/Hold On Love".
Smash Palace is the first extended play by New Zealand singer and songwriter Sharon O'Neill This vinyl only EP has become a very sought after item by collectors of her music.
Sharon O’Neill – Smash Palace 1982. Jun 17, 2016 Wanted Album. Country:New Zealand Released:1982 Style:Pop Rock. Tracklist A1 Smash Palace A2 Jacqui's Theme/Hold On Love B1 Don't Say I'm Crazy B2 White Lines B3 If It Was Love. Download file from usenet: Sharon O’Neill – Smash Palace 1982. Sharon O'Neill - Best of 1. 6$
Sharon O'Neill (Official Music Page).
|A2||Jacqui's Theme/Hold On Love|
|B1||Don't Say I'm Crazy|
|B3||If It Was Love|