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Standard Deviations

Sixteen of our most-requested jazz & swing standards lovingly recorded at Ross McDermott’s Audiosuite Studios on The Kapiti Coast. Nils renders Cole Porter’s ‘Don’t Fence Me in’ with Crosby-like croon, while Kirsten plays with Peggy Lee’s ‘It’s a Good Day’ and Nat King Cole’s L.O.V.E.  Andrew recalls Billy Field with ‘Bad Habits’ and Bobby Darin with ‘Beyond The Sea’. Wayne Mason contributes keys and Lance Philip guests on drums. Recorded, engineered & mastered at Audiosuite by Ross McDermott and fabulous cover art by Anje Glindemann.

  1. While We Danced at The Mardi Gras
  2. Why Don’t You Do Right?
  3. Bad Habits
  4. I’ll Be Your Friend With Pleasure
  5. Beyond The Sea
  6. It’s a Good Day
  7. I Ain’t Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll
  8. Don’t Fence Me In
  9. L.O.V.E.
  10. I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
  11. On The Sunny Side of The Street
  12. I’m Gonna Sit Right Down & Write Myself a Letter
  13. Can’t Help Lovin’ That man
  14. Way Down Yonder in New Orleans
  15. Soon
  16. Sugar Moon

$20 with free shipping within New Zealand or you can download the album from Bandcamp.


Let’s Take Offence!

New songs about cyclists, people who talk at concerts, cruise ship life, and a couple of standards. Includes our title song to the movie ‘No Ordinary Sheila’ by Kirsten and The Kirstenettes. A short review from the Tauranga Sun.

  1. Coral Island Queen
  2. Let’s Take Offence!
  3. It’s Just a Thing My father Did at Christmas
  4. ‘Deed I Do
  5. Poddy Understands Me
  6. Let’s Go To a Concert and Talk
  7. Stingray
  8. No Ordinary Sheila
  9. You Always Hurt The One You Love
  10. Middle Aged Man in Lycra
  11. If You’d Be So Kind
  12. Time and Time Again
  13. That’s Karori

$25 with free shipping within New Zealand or you can download the album from Bandcamp.


Lets Have Friends Around For Dinner

Let’s have Friends Around For Dinner

New songs about road rage, corporate arrogance, singing country songs with American place names, a lifetime of manual labour, and a collaboration with Kapiti poet Lindsay Rabbitt. Also new versions of some old favourites; guests include Nils Olsen, Wayne Mason, Lance Philip, James Tait-Jamieson and Nigel Patterson.

Listen to my Soundbites Radio Programme featuring the album, and Colin Morris’s review on Newstalk ZB.

  1. Speed Up at The Overtaking Lane
  2. Wallpaper
  3. Let’s Have Friends Around For Dinner
  4. There’s a Table Set For Two
  5. Dancing With Your Ghost
  6. 40 Winters
  7. I Never Been To Texas
  8. Would You Like To Play The Guitar
  9. Coffee Song
  10. I Used to Be Your Rooster
  11. Sweet As
  12. Gettin’ Old & Gettin’ Tired
  13. Don’t You Know Who I Am?
  14. Play My Way Home

$25 with free shipping within New Zealand or you can download the album from Bandcamp.


Live at The Bent Horseshoe

Live at The Bent Horseshoe

Eleven tracks culled from a very jolly evening in November 2013 at Tokomaru’s Bent Horseshoe Cafe, sadly now closed. Some old favourites get an airing, some new originals and a couple of standards.

  1. Enjoy Yourself or Get Out
  2. Let’s Talk About Me
  3. Should I Dump You Somewhere Private?
  4. Concrete Block Motel
  5. Wake Up Baby
  6. Two Words
  7. Emily Bay
  8. Don’t Be Sorry, Don’t Be Blue
  9. C’est Si Bon
  10. For No-one
  11. Short Attention Span

PLEASE NOTE: This album is no longer available as a physical CD, but you can download the digital version from Bandcamp.


Ladies a Plate

Ladies a Plate

Mostly original songs about what makes life in NZ so interesting. We take potshots at rural rednecks, rampant capitalism, social media obsession and the gradual emotional emancipation of the New Zealand male. Kirsten sings a couple of standards with the Kirstenettes, and there’s a Beatles song.

  1. I Think I’ll Buy a Yacht
  2. Three Little Words
  3. I Hugged My Mate
  4. No Moon at All
  5. Heaven For The Climate
  6. The One Who No-one Knows
  7. You Won’t See Me
  8. Like Me, Like Me (The Facebook Song)
  9. Country’s Buggered
  10. Exactly Like You
  11. Ladies a Plate

$25 with free shipping within New Zealand or you can download the album from Bandcamp.


Middle Class White Boy Blues | The Andrew London Trio

Middle Class White Boy Blues

New songs about weddings, crooners, breakups and the dumbing down of popular culture; and some old tunes updated since they were recorded a decade ago with either Hot Club Sandwich or The Cattlestops.

  1. Enjoy Yourself or Get Out
  2. Let’s Talk About Me
  3. If I Could Have a Rav
  4. Dumb Me Down
  5. Two Words
  6. Party of One
  7. I’d Never Let My Daughter Out With Frank Sinatra
  8. Appliances
  9. You Don’t Play By The Rules
  10. Emily Bay
  11. My Daughter’s Got a Boyfriend
  12. Middle Class White Boy Blues
  13. Welcome To Your Wedding
  14. Should I Dump You Somewhere Private
  15. I Can’t Keep Up

$25 with free shipping within New Zealand or you can download the album from Bandcamp


Unforgettable - A Celebration of Nat King Cole

Unforgettable – A Celebration of Nat King Cole

The soundtrack to the stage show ‘Unforgettable’; a collaboration with Dan Teka, April Phillips, James Cameron, Norman Meehan, Nils Olsen, Andrew London and Reuben Bradley, celebrating the music of Nat King Cole.

  1. Unforgettable
  2. Hit That Live Jack
  3. Autumn Leaves
  4. Orange Coloured Sky
  5. Nature Boy
  6. Send For Me
  7. Our Love Is Here To Stay
  8. Straighten Up & Fly Right
  9. Frim Fram Sauce
  10. Boulevard of Broken Dreams
  11. Mona Lisa
  12. Sweet Lorraine
  13. L.O.V.E
  14. Almost Like Being In Love

$15 with free shipping within New Zealand.