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  1. Apr 18,  · The La De Das - The Happy Prince () Aside from Ray Columbus & the Invaders, the La De Das were New Zealand's most popular rock group of the '60s. As big fish in a very small pond, their work doesn't hold up to scrutiny in the company of the era's top American and English acts.
  2. Apr 06,  · Most people remember Auckland's La De Das for classic r'n'b 60s rock such as How is the Air Up There? and Don't You Stand in My Way, two songs which established them as the Rolling Stones of our hometown. There was much more to them, but this album seemed to pass most people by. Even before Pete Townshend wrote Tommy, band members Bruce Howard and Trevor Wilson were talking .
  3. The album is based on the Oscar Wilde story of the same name. The album features a narration of The Happy Prince story by Australian poet Adrian Rawlins interspersed between songs by The La De Das that also relate to the story's plot. Releases and reception. The album was released in June on EMI/Columbia in Australia.
  4. Mar 22,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Happy Prince on Discogs.4/5(2).
  5. The Happy Prince, an Album by The La De Da's. Released in June on Columbia (EMI) (catalog no. SCXO; Vinyl LP). Genres: Psychedelic Pop, Progressive Pop. Featured peformers: David Woodley-Page (producer, engineer).
  6. The Happy Prince may have been charitable in death and helped many families survive the harsh winter, but no true social change comes to pass. The Swallow becomes collateral damage, as he dies helping the Happy Prince atone for his past neglect.
  7. High above the city, on a tall column, stood the statue of the Happy Prince. He was gilded all over with thin leaves of fine gold, for eyes he had two bright sapphires, and a large red ruby glowed.
  8. The Happy Prince is a film directed by Rupert Everett with Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, Emily Watson, Tom Wilkinson, . Year: Original title: The Happy Prince. Synopsis: It centers around the final three years of Oscar Wilde (–). Wilde (Rupert Everett), sequestered at a remote seaside hotel in France by faithful friends (Edwin Thomas and Colin Firth), is soon.

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