Second Nature (Margaret Urlich album). Second Nature is the fifth solo album (fourth studio album) by Margaret Urlich, released in May 1999 - her last album to date. Second Nature was produced by Eddie Rayner from Split Enz and was recorded on and off over 12 months and involved musicians from Australia and New Zealand. The album comprised cover versions of some of Urlich's favourite New Zealand songs that she grew up with.
Second Nature is the fifth solo album (fourth studio album) by Margaret Urlich, released in May 1999 - her last album to date. These included artists like Split Enz, Crowded House, Dave Dobbyn, Max Merritt, Shona Laing, Don McGlashan and Tim Finn. Charts Chart (1999).
Second Nature is the fifth solo album by Margaret Urlich, released in May 1999 - her last album to date. 1999 studio album by Margaret Urlich.
Margaret Urlich (born 24 January 1965 in Auckland) is an ARIA Award-winning New Zealand musician based in New South Wales, Australia. Urlich moved to Sydney in 1988 to pursue her singing career. Her debut solo album, Safety in Numbers, released in 1989, was highly successful and won "Breakthrough Artist – Album" at the 1991 ARIA Awards. Its follow-up Chameleon Dreams was also a success when released in 1992.
Live (Margaret Urlich album). Live album by Margaret Urlich. Retrieved 24 April 2016. v. t. e. Margaret Urlich. Safety in Numbers (1989).
Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Margaret Urlich. Ever since releasing her debut solo album 'Safety in Numbers' in 1989, Margaret Urlich has come to realise just how much her music is a part of people's lives.
Margaret Urlich had been a big part of this significant success story for Sony Records. In a music business story written by Toby Creswell (December 1992) – Acts Local, Think Global – the author quotes MD/CEO Denis Handlin on Australia’s new status as a source of music talent: We are now recognised as an important source of repertoire for Sony Music International because of the consistent quality which we represent. We’re major players in a very strong global network. Margaret Urlich is a good example. After recording the album Second Nature in Bowral, it was mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering in Hollywood, California.
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CreditsMargaret Urlich - Primary Artist
|2||Slipping Away||Margaret Urlich|
|4||Glad I'm Not a Kennedy||Margaret Urlich|
|5||I Hope I Never||Margaret Urlich|
|6||Anchor Me||Margaret Urlich|
|7||Don't Dream It's Over||Margaret Urlich|
|10||Love, Hate, Revenge||Margaret Urlich|
|11||Stuff 'n Nonsense||Margaret Urlich|