Ray Columbus and the Invaders, “Till We Kissed”

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Shining brightly for a few short years, Ray Columbus and the Invaders ruled the music charts in both New Zealand and Australia. One of their biggest hits, “Till We Kissed” was inspired by the style of the Righteous Brothers. This recording captures the style of many early music videos – filmed in a studio with the band performing direct to camera. They were the first New Zealand act to have a No. 1 single overseas (in Australia).

Read more about Ray Columbus and the Invaders on the Audioculture website.

Image: Screengrab from Ray Columbus and the Invaders, “Till We Kissed”

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Catalogue Reference F110229

Year 1965



Excerpt length: 00:03:09

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