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L’Amour est l’Enfant de la Liberte - performed by The Rumour Television (Excerpts) – 1985 Music

L’Amour est l’Enfant de la Liberte - performed by The Rumour

Television (Excerpts) – 1985 Music

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'L'Amour est l'Enfant de la Liberte' became a major 70s smash after it won television talent quest Studio One. Composed by Shade Smith, and sung by his twin brother Gerard, it topped the charts for six weeks in 1971, and became a fixture on Kiwi radio and TV. Sales of over 30,000 copies made it one of the biggest selling local songs of the era. Here, the band revisit freedom’s love child 14 years after birth, with a short rendition for a variety show at Wellington's Michael Fowler Centre. The show was made to mark 25 years of television in New Zealand.

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Malcolm Kemp

Director

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Dean Cato

Production Designer

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Howard Anderson

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