Chris Bourke interview

By Guy Somerset In Books

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2nd October, 2010
When Chris Bourke says his attitude towards hip-hop is "exactly what my mother said about a year ago - she said, 'You know, I don't mind hip-hop when it's local because it's Polynesian and it makes some sense'", you realise expansive musical tastes are something of a family trait. Bourke - author of Crowded House biography Something So Strong, former editor of music magazines Rip It Up and Real Groove, one-time writer and arts and books editor at the Listener, erstwhile producer of Radio New Zealand National's Saturday Morning with Kim Hill - ...

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